Teen Read, Teen Reviewed: The Maze Runner by James Dashner

April 7, 2011 at 11:29 pm Leave a comment

The Maze Runner is one of those books that I would say that if you have not read it, then you have not lived. Over and over again, I found myself clinging to its story like my life depended on it. I would absolutely and I repeat MOST DEFINITELY recommend it to anyone, whether you read historical fiction or fantasy- sci-fi. I almost guarantee that anyone who reads The Maze Runner will skip their favorite activities to read this book.

Now let me explain a little bit of the plot just in case you don’t believe me…

Thomas is one of many in earth’s newest experiment. Two years ago, a group of boys were sent up into what seemed to be a gigantic maze. Now, two years later, things are gonna change. Thomas is forced into an environment that proves to be the worst place he can think of, not to mention the horrible creatures that screech during the night-time. Surviving his first day wasn’t very easy, and it only gets worse.

A girl is sent up only a day after Thomas is sent up from The Box, where all the new “Gladers” come from. She’s the first ever to arrive in The Glade, but even more terrifying is the message she brings with her…

“Everything is going to change…”

Now he will fight for his life to find not only answers about himself, but about everything his world has become…

Reading this book will completely change your view of whether a book is boring or well written. And, it will most certainly change your attitude about reading. If you love The Maze Runner, be sure to read the sequel, The Scorch Trails.  Both books are by James Dashner.

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