This book is far better than what I expected.
I loved the plot, I loved the twist, I loved the voice and above all, I love the character development. I love how Tris became fearless yet remained compassionate. As far as I've read, she's a perfect in Dauntless. The Dauntless before Eric corrupted the meaning of the faction.
I love how some parts of the book talked about the character's fears and how they struggled to conquer them. I like how these fears balances the Dauntless' personalities and make them more human.
I love how Roth makes me want to experience what's happening to them in the book. It's exciting and exhilarating to read.
To those who's skeptical because it's compared to The Hunger Games, fear not. It may have some similarities (factions/districts) but the plot is totally different and the characters are definitely different.
Among all antagonists I've met whilst reading dystopian novels, Jeanine topped the list. I never hated a character no matter how evil he/she is like I hated Jeanine, and I applaud Roth for that.
Definitely one of the best dystopian novels I've read.