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text 2018-08-09 17:51
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The Maze Runner (Maze Runner, #1) - James Dashner

And, yes, I know no one noticed since I don't do much here.


BUT!  This book was intense!


The suspense had me on edge and then this popped up:


"If someone's going to die every night anyway, we might as well use it to our advantage."


Newt frowned.  "Well, ain't that just cheery."


I laughed out loud.  Broke the tension just enough.  



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review SPOILER ALERT! 2018-04-08 17:57
A Decent Stand Alone Prequel for Maze Runner
The Kill Order - James Dashner

Going into this read I did not think it would capture me.  Seems like the 2nd and 3rd in most of these YA dystopian books do that to me.  Hunger Games.  Divergent.  Most of these series tend to get worse with age.  With The Kill Order, however, I was pleasantly surprised.  I like the characters, although former military Alec was a little cliche.  I liked the flashbacks of the sun flare events and how the characters holed themselves up in the skyscraper in NYC.  And then their quest to find out what was going on and the crazy, zombie-like infected people around Asheville.  I greatly anticipated how this group would be connected to Thomas and Teresa, and guessed correctly that Deedee was indeed Teresa.  

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text 2018-03-11 07:15
A Fiction book
The Maze Runner - James Dashner

this book seems exciting

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review 2018-02-07 00:00
The Death Cure
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review 2018-01-07 00:00
The Death Cure
The Death Cure - James Dashner The conclusion to the Maze Runner series may rank as the best for me. I enjoyed seeing the deception of WICKED and others to Thomas and his crew. You never knew what happened when and who to trust. Even though he did not opt for the memory surgery, or maybe that was not even real--maybe they just planned the killzone autopsy all along--, it would have been interesting to see him get his memories back. I guess I will just need to read the sequel, The Kill Order. Like many of the dystopian novel series, they spent a lot of time just driving/flying from point to point, but I liked how the story developed.
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