I realized she had no scope of a revolution, no real hard concept of what her world was like. She'd thought up 13 districts and a capitol, and that was it. Beyond that, it was fluff.
Contrast to Brandon Sanderson, who told his class (which I was fortunate enough to take) that he spends months building his worlds. While I think Brandon Sanderson is one extreme, Collins is the opposite and it was so transparent that I couldn't take her revolution seriously. And unfortunately, book 2 and 3 were about the revolution.
LL-UR: H. Longhurst, G. Nielsen, M. Wilson, J. McMahon, S. Young, R. Bosco, T. Detmer, S. Sarkisian, B. Doman, L. Staley, J. Beck, J. Harline, A. Collie, M. Hall, A. George