The second book in the series started off right where the first left off. The factions are at war and Tris is caught up in the middle of it. The secret that she is Divergent is out and she finds that she isnt as alone as she thought. As she continues her quest to find out what is so important about being divergent she faces some very important decisions and must learn to trust those she thought she shouldn’t.
Tris is a very strong minded character who doesnt let her love interest affect what she thinks is right. She follows her gut feelings even though it may mean the end of her relationship with Tobias.
This book ended as a cliff hanger and it successfully left me wanting more. I am waiting to get my hands on the third installment.