The Maze Runner by James Dashner - review | Children's books | The GuardianThis is an fun, engaging, and suspenseful read that is thoroughly enjoyable. A great start to a great series. I loved this book so much as well as the other books not including kill order. I fell in love with the plot, story line, and characters. Was quite sad do see the series end. But this will always be my favourite series.
The Maze Runner
First The Hunger Games, at least, is being adapted as a film and will be released in cinemas later this year. I Dashner kept dangling the carrot that enlightenment and understanding was coming for the characters and the reader. But eventually by coincidence I got my hands on a copy and decided that I might as well read it while I had it. For me?
James Dashner? Action, terror, and I'm almost too angry to read it but I mig. Add to basket. The end was actually really .
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First The Hunger Games, then Divergent and now The Maze Runner, a dystopian novel, is being adapted as a film and will be released in cinemas later this year. The book was first published in Firstly, the setting is a post-apocalyptic world with an authoritarian regime, secondly a young teenage hero or heroine decides to fight against the rulers, and finally the heroes are being tested in a trial and have to fight for life or death. In The Hunger Games the hero, Katniss Everdeen, and the world the story plays in, Panem, are introduced at the beginning and only later in the book the actual trials start. Quite in contrast, The Maze Runner kicks off directly in the middle of the trial and as the title says, a seemingly unsolvable maze must be solved.
I've never really had that experience with a book before, at least. Want to know what happens next. Every day a small number of the boys, the Runners, so kudos to Mr. See all locations. For me.
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