We Can Be Mended - Veronica Roth

We Can Be Mended

By Veronica Roth

  • Release Date - Published: 2018-01-09
  • Book Genre: Dystopian
  • Author: Veronica Roth
Our rating: 5/5 stars

3.5 Score: 3.5 (From 56 Ratings)

We Can Be Mended Veronica Roth read online review & book description:

Globally bestselling author Veronica Roth returns to the world of Divergent in this revealing short-story epilogue that takes place five years after the stunning events of Allegiant.

As Tobias struggles to understand and move past his fears, the world he once knew has changed beyond recognition. Fringe-dwellers, ex-faction members, Bureau dropouts, and migrants now coexist in the rebuilt streets of Chicago.

It’s a new, better world—one where he isn't sure how to belong. As everyone else seems to move forward, Tobias is still haunted by those who couldn’t. But new connections from old friends help him begin to heal—and mend.

And don't miss The Fates Divide, Veronica Roth's powerful sequel to the bestselling Carve the Mark!

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Posted Reviews

  • Fanfics are better

    By dogsaresocuteespeciallymutts
    This is short, and isn’t that good anyways. Save some money and read fanfics instead. (Their better)
  • Definitely some new takes on the characters

    By jaclyn rose😊
    Should of left the series the way it was. Very disappointing, but definitely well written. Just wish it didn’t end this way. :(
  • Sweet

    By sleepyerin
    It was a sweet ending to the saga. Leaving it here is perfect; the closure is sincere, no questions left unanswered. Things don’t end too perfectly because they’re human, and we’re all flawed. But seeing how they rely on each other to move on, instead of using each other as crutches and being held back because of it, was nice. Their maturity shows, time moves on, people try to change while never forgetting where they started. The world changes for the better, and so do our old friends.
  • Don’t.

    By Goldensnitch
    Terrible. Don’t waste the $1.99. There’s a million better endings on fanfiction.net.

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