La cura mortal (El corredor del laberinto, #3)
Publish date: February 11th 2013
Publisher: Nocturna Ediciones
Pages no: 450
Edition language: Spanish
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
Series: The Maze Runner (#3)
2,5 stars.This book was a really disappointing ending to a series that had started rather well. I hope that the two prequels will answer all the questions and mysteries that were never solved in this book because I was as interested in the backstory as I was in the Gladers' story. Only the latter is...
If you enjoyed first two books then you will like this one. I feel like you will have to read it since the second book ends without any answers at all. In fact, I feel like this book was unnecessarily split for no reason, it could've easily been a part of the Scorch Trials and it would all flow bett...
What Just Happened? Is that really the end to this fantastic, action packed, amazing series? Did this book really just disappoint me? How is this Possible?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I CAN THIS ACTUALLY BE HAPPENING?EVERYTHING WRONG WITH THE DEATH CURE:EVERYTHING.Okay, let me explain. Dashner h...
Much better than the first two but I still don't get why people think this series is so great. Forced myself to read all three with the hope that it'd get better but all three books were just okay. Maybe I'm missing something...ah well.
This book...I wasn't entirely happy with the resolution, but it was better than I was expecting. I felt like Thomas was very immature and kind of fickle when dealing with his dealings for Theresa/Brenda...but that might just be my own age talking. They ARE teenagers, after all.
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