Aly Kelly Kelly itibaren Saint-Sylvain, Fransa
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This novel is about loss and growing up. It has a slightly suspenseful aspect (which I enjoyed) and some good twists. Although it has a bit too much detail, the author weaved the story and moved through time so effortlessly that it was a nice read.
I don't know why it took me so long to read this book... I have only heard wonderful things about "The Maze Runner", but somehow I kept overlooking it. Thank goodness I randomly requested the audio book from the library because this is a must read for fans of "The Hunger Games". "The Maze Runner" wasn't as good as HG, but I really don't expect many books to be able to compete with its sheer awesomeness. From the very beginning of the book I felt just as lost as the main character, Thomas, and I was hooked. I LOVED how none of the characters in The Glade really know what is going on- some of them have theories, but that's all they are. There wasn't a ton of character development, but everyone was very realistic. I really liked how everyone had their own way of coping with being in The Glade, some characters handled the situation better than others, but I would probably be a crazy, mess if I was in their situation. I loved how Dashner showed the characters' reactions to change. People don't like change in life as it is, in such a high stress environment it isn't surprising how some of the characters react to some of the changes Thomas's arrival brings. This book is violent, but I didn't think it was over done. The violence is used to show how terrifying The Glade is. If you like adventure and mystery then "the Maze Runner" is a must read. The ending is fantastic and there are plenty of questions left to keep you wanting more. “The Scorch Trials”, the second book, is available now, and the last book, “The Death Cure” is coming out in October. Now is a great time to start this series!