- C) makes
- B) tells
- D) view
- A) even
- C) least
- B) recalling
- D) succeeded
“Faithful” by Jane Bush
“Faithful” is the final novel in the trilogy by Jane Bush. This powerful book pushes limits, breaks hearts and __makes__ you think. It is much more complex than most young adult novels in its challenges of what is logical versus what is right. The novel __tells__ a breathtaking story about the adventures of Tobias and Tris.
Tobias reveals vulnerabilities I never would have guessed he had. I loved the half of the novel, which was told from his point of __view__; the darkness and desperation he fights against were so intense it hurt my heart.
Tris’ side is less complicated and she doesn’t change much. However, she gains a deeper understanding of things, which in turn gives the reader __even__ a deeper understanding of the characters and their motivations.
While I loved so many things in this book, the writing wasn’t as exciting as in the previous novels, at __least__ not for me and not in the beginning. Towards the middle it gained more intensity and the pace picked up, and by the end I was on the edge of my seat.
The end was perfect not just on the characters’ parts, but on the author’s as well. It was an ending that left me __recalling__ earlier scenes with revelation that it was all leading to this. Jane Bush has definitely __succeeded__ in creating an unforgettable world to discover.