This book reminded me a lot of Divergent. Initially that's how I found this book, someone recommended that I read it if I had read and liked Divergent (which I loved!!). This book was similar.. not as good as Divergent in my opinion but defiantly still worth a read. It was a slow start as they had to explain a lot to the readers, and I imagine the second book will be of a faster pace. They really leave you wondering what will happen at the end.. not so much a cliff hanger where you NEED to read the next book, but more curious to see if Tally will commit to what she said she will do (don't want to give specifics as to ruin it for people who haven't read the book!). That's what makes this book so light; you can read just this one and not HAVE to read the rest of the series because they leave you curious but not at the edge of your seat as that you need to run out and get book two to find out what happens. I think because I am an adult reading a teens book; some of the emotions and relationships that Tally goes through is no longer relateable to me, it was hard to get a strong connection to the story and characters. But like I said, worth a read !