The Maze Runner summary ✓ 8

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read ↠ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ë James Dashner There are alternate cover editions for this ASIN here and hereIf you ain’t scared you ain’t human When Thomas wakes up in the lift the only thing he can remember is his name He’s surroun. You know how sometimes you're running really fast from a horrible creature and in a moment of panic you turn around to see how close it is only to run straight into a brick wallNoI don't know what that's like either But that inattention to detail would probably totally screw you over because a now you're knocked unconscious and b the creature is going to devour you Good jobI guess this is kind of like Lot's wife looking back on Sodom only to be turned into a pillar of salt And it is also kind of like reading The Maze Runner Stick with me The first half of James Dashner's The Maze Runner maintains a superbly frantic pace Thomas our empty shell of a protagonist is thrust via the Box into a curious and unfriendly world populated by dozens of teenage boys He remembers nothing and the boys are uncooperative refusing to reveal any details regarding their home the Glade The Glade is surrounded by stupendously tall walls outside of which lays the Maze During the day the Maze is kinda sorta safe But at night the Grievers emerge These are half slughalf woodshop tools that enjoy slicing and dicing apart anyone unfortunate to encounter them They can also sting you which causes much mayhem and reuires the administering of Grief Serum which triggers the Changing SIDEBARWhat Is It With Authors Of Dystopian Novels Capitalizing Really Important Words It's Annoying Find A New Stylistic Approach That I Can Later Become Exasperated WithAnyway Thomas' situation is bleak made bleaker when a number of unfortunate coincidences causes him to bear witness to some truly awful acts of violence Let's just say one untrustworthy soul is unwittingly tossed into the Maze at night and then a girl not a boy suspiciously arrives the day after Thomas All of this despite the Unnecessary Capitalization and the boys using completely pointless terminology like klunk and shuckface is totally kitty fantastico The constant psychological mystery keeps nagging doubts at bay and the variety of personalities that populate the Glade is totally believable They talk like teenagers they generally act like teenagers and they form cliues and factions the way teenagers would From here on I'm covering up spoilers even though I think they're total nonsense and hilariously awful And because I advise you not to read this book you should click them Just keeping the haters at bayThen Thomas view spoilerspends a night in hide spoiler

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The Maze Runner summary ✓ 8 ´ There are alternate cover editions for this ASIN here and hereIf you ain’t scared you ain’t human When Thomas wakes up in the lift the only thing he can remember is his name He’s surrounded by strangers—boys whose memories are also gone Nice to meet ya shank Welcome to the Glade Outside the towering stone walls Ded by strangers boys whose memories are also gone Nice to meet ya shank Welcome to the Glade Outside the towering stone walls that surround the Glade is a limitless ever changing maze It’s. Latest BookTube Video is up a totally serious take on writing Young Adult Lit Here's the Written Review To Summarize Wellllllthat was convenientThomas wakes up in the middle of a glen in the center a enormous maze He along with all of the other guys in there have no memory of life outside of the mazeAbsolutely blank slates the lot of themwellllmostlyTheir entire lives were conveniently erased just enough so they'd have language motor skills and just enough memory to understand irrigationfarming but nothing of their personal lives Every month a newcomer arrives to the Glade After a brief orientation they are sorted into a job and society continues The day after Thomas arrives a girl Theresa comes for the first time ever Thomas and Theresa know each other but they don't remember how or why All they have is a cryptic message WICKED is good and a sinking feeling that they are responsible for this whole mess After all this is YA lit thus the main form of motivation has to be I justfeel like I need to save everyone To redeem myself Anyway the gladers Thomas and Theresa spend their time mapping the maze surviving the wilds andnot much else I suppose they invent their own slang which gets a bit annoying after the first twenty pages “You are the shuckiest shuck faced shuck in the world” and “I've been shucked and gone to heaven” Besides that bit literary genius this book wasn't too bad The adventure and intrigue of the maze was than enough to keep me entertained That being saidLike most memory absent books there's a bit of an issue with the longer it goes on the less believable it became I mean what are the odds that the main characters always seemed to know just enough for the situation and the rest was conveniently shrouded in shadows I was rather annoyed with the twist at the end view spoiler Mostly because I'm so fed up with the whole Government secretly knew everything and manipulated every single string to bring this about hide spoiler

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The Maze RunnerThe only way out and no one’s ever made it through alive Everything is going to change Then a girl arrives The first girl ever And the message she delivers is terrifying Remember Survive Run. The last page is turned and all I have to say is this What for the love of all that's good and pure was this foolishness Aaaaand rant When I'm sick the snotty phlegmy febrile kind of sick and my brain feels sizzlingly fried I sometimes turn to easy reading fluff to give my neurons a break Sometimes this strategy backfires and the 'fluffy' book actually tries to break my long suffering brain cells with its sheer stupidityIt's not even mediocre; mediocrity would be elevating this book to the undeserved heights It's simply boring uninspired ridiculous and poorly executed Let me sum up the things that I thought were awful stupid or just plain ridiculous apparently my febrile brain likes making lists# The dumbed down plot full of holes that relies on pointless withholding of any useful information Seriously When there is no reason for keeping the characters in the dark all suspense goes out of the window There was no reason why nobody could tell Thomas what was going on when he showed up in the Glade or when he saw the Doors or the MazeWhile I'm at it can anyone please explain why the klunky shanking shuckface are the words randomly capitalized Is the book meant to evoke the thoughts of the German language where the nouns are capitalized Or was the author too lazy to come up with proper names for places and instead just threw in some capitalization Foolishness I sayThe frustrating to me approach of never discussing what happened with those who went through the Changing The lack of curiosity about the only potential exit from the Maze that the boys have found in two years The pointless doing the same thing over and over again just to come up with the same results relishing in the special status of the Runners instead of just sitting down to discuss the situation and their findings# The atrocious unbearable awkward slang Replacing 'fuck' with 'shuck' and 'shit' with 'klank' for PG purposes does not work when you shove it unto the readers' faces every sentence or so At least be inventive or make it sound organic but all that's achieved is sounding like a five year old complaining to her Mummy You're the shuckiest shuck faced shuck there ever was I rest my case in the face of this nonsense# The silver plate on which everything is handed to the absolutely special protagonist Because Thomas is so special at fragging everything He doesn't even need to try Instead when we need a proof of his awesomeness the get the sudden impulses and urges that are never wrong or if that fails simply a uasi recollection that saves the day Which segues into my next frustration point# The lack of any character development besides the author wants it so approach The author knows what he wants to happen in this book and he moves the characters along like checkers pieces just to make plot happen The characters are just sorta there are static and therefore I could never get invested in them enough to care even when some of them died Especially when the death of at least one of them was pointless# The pointless villains and scares that should have been comic relief instead Yes the Grievers and the strangely non menacing way they were portrayed The Maze that is anything but intimidating that effect is due to the non spectacular writing really The Changing oh so scary of experience that does not really affect Thomas the Special Snowflake not even a minor inconvenience# The pointless vilifying of perfectly reasonable characters for the sole purpose of making our special protagonist even snowflake ish It's poor Gally who's labeled as a bully before he's had a chance to do anything even remotely bully ish except for staring at Thomas with dislike To cement his unlikeability Gally is described as physically unattractive because in shallow books like this one if you look like a villain you must be one Gally whose distrust of Thomas is perfectly logical if any of the characters would take any time to think about it instead of singing accolades to the Special Snowflake# The too stupid to live characters Seriously Every few pages my reaction was really You guys haven't tried that You haven't thought of this You haven't talked about that Ugh# The action scenes that read like a video game narration This does not work in real life even the kind of 'real life' that involves a few dozen of teen boys stranded in a few suare miles area where they successfully run a farm a slaughterhouse and an industrial size kitchen# The big reveal that is simply told to us without anyone really earning it No the characters do not work hard just to get the pay off; they get told all that's happening like a cheap trick# The absolute lack of any suspense or motivation to help propel the plot forward No everything is simplistic childish and therefore strangely light and unconcerning There is no depth no real substance and no complexity It's page filler easy to read easy to forget15 starsYawn A frustrated yawn at that