At the end of the day, Roth's intentions are clear. This book is not about being Dauntless, Abnegation, Erudite, Amity or Candor, it is about finding balance. It is about letting go of what deserves to be let go, and holding on to love with everything you have. True bravery has it's foundations in love, in faith, and in family and Roth makes that eloquently clear, because for those whom you love you can always find a reason to be brave.
And a note to those who think this conclusion had no hope, are you mad? There is always hope and Roth made that abundantly
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