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The Kill Order (Maze Runner #0.5) - Community Reviews back

by James Dashner
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Elaine White's Life in Books
Elaine White's Life in Books rated it 1 year ago
There are things I liked and things I didn't like about this book, but overall, I liked that it filled in some gaps about the Flare, how it came about, how it progressed, and the truth of how the infection first came about. Still, in the end, it's my least favourite of the series and it felt like a ...
M. A. Phipps
M. A. Phipps rated it 4 years ago
In many ways I liked this book better than The Maze Runner trilogy. It was suspenseful, fast-paced, interesting, ominous...so many good qualities that I look for in a novel. It was gripping and I got through it much faster than any of its sequels. It was interesting to see the origin of the Flare vi...
chiththarthan rated it 4 years ago
I never thought [b:The Kill Order|13089710|The Kill Order (Maze Runner, #0.5)|James Dashner|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1330636153s/13089710.jpg|18261314] would be this much horrific. I almost scared. [a:James Dashner|348878|James Dashner|https://d.gr-assets.com/authors/1204922790p2/348878.jpg] ma...
Line Bookaholic
Line Bookaholic rated it 4 years ago
The Kill Order is the prequel to the Maze Runner and explains what happened before WICKED was formed and before the maze was built. This book did not add so much to the story and I was disappointed. I wanted to learn more about Theresa, Thomas and the others and it was not really the case. Even if y...
Welcome! rated it 5 years ago
This was kind of a letdown for me. I have read so many great reviews for the Maze Runner series, and I thought, hey, I'll start with the prequel. That makes sense, right? Wrong.I felt like I was just dropped into this with no back story. Of course, this is the back story.Anyway, I really wanted to k...
The Caffeinated Diva reads...
The Caffeinated Diva reads... rated it 5 years ago
The Kill Order is the first prequel to The Maze Runner series, soon to be followed by The Fever Code. This book takes place 13 years prior to the events of The Maze Runner and, although I have read many reviews that expressed disappointment because of the lack of connection between this book and the...
Read Me, Seymour
Read Me, Seymour rated it 5 years ago
This book, to me, is a perfect example of an author trying to cash in on a series that they obviously are done with or have no real new ideas for. The Kill Order is the prequel to The Maze Runner series, but it was the last book to be released. Also, reading this book before reading the original tri...
Books in the Tardis
Books in the Tardis rated it 5 years ago
That book was pretty good, but the end was awesome! It really suprised me, but I was so sad about what happened to the characters at the end... I'm talking about Alec, Mark and Trina, I cried so much when I read the last line even if the way they died was perfect. Just because we knew that had the f...
Shelf Indulgence
Shelf Indulgence rated it 6 years ago
First of all, that title. Can we talk about it? Because it's just kinda dumb. Not only does it sound like some lame, straight-to-DVD Steven Segal movie, but it's also not very evocative. I won't say it's the dumbest book title I've ever seen (All You Need Is Kill still takes that top honor), but...
Dang Rover: Cover to Cover
Dang Rover: Cover to Cover rated it 6 years ago
Blah. Couldn't get into this one. Read the begging. Skipped to the end. Didn't feel like I missed anything in the middle.
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