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Surrounded by boys who welcome him to the Glade a walled encampment at the centre of a bizarre and terrible ston 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 RunnerE maze Like Thomas the Gladers don't know why or how they came to be there or what's happened to the world outsi “You are the shuckiest shuck faced shuck in the world” 2 12 stars It's funny how just a few years can change everything your reading tastes your expectations your standards because when I read The Maze Runner in early 2011 I enjoyed it a lot It seemed fast paced exciting and a little scary Plus I thought the slang was a nice touch Three years and a million dystopiansci fi books later and everything about me has outgrown this book It's not terrible I can still see why someone who is new to YA dystopias might get caught up in the loosely plotted read nothing happens drama and think that shuck amounts to a clever invention of a new language But as I was rereading this before seeing the new movie I realised just how much it pales in comparison to many others in the genreThe thing about this book is that it is so simplistic and immature I guess I'm not here to simply piss off the book's fans I enjoyed it too remember and I can still see why it might provide some light entertainment But the characters and plot are so underdeveloped The language seems silly now The scary Grievers no longer seem scary but cartoon comical instead Dashner uses that tiresome old writing techniue called withholding information to propel the non existent plot along The whole book is built around a single mystery that of the maze and our supposedly intelligent beyond belief characters keep the novel going by standing around and scratching their heads It's so lacking in any depth layers or complexity Comparisons to The Hunger Games are frankly uite hilarious when you consider Collins' intricate world complex characters and clever plot then consider what Dashner offers up next to it Not to mention that Thomas is an extremely boring self sacrificing MCIn its defense though I was still affected by what happens near the end I would recommend the book with some hesitation for younger readers or those who are new to YA dystopian fictionBlog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Youtube | Store

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Download The Maze Runner Mobi Ë 371 pages Å James dashner Û When the doors of the lift crank open the only thing Thomas remembers is his first name But he's not alone He's surrounded by boys who welcome him to the Glade a walled encampment at the centre of a bizarre and terrible stone maze Like Thomas the GladerWhen the doors of the lift crank open the only thing Thomas remembers is his first name But he's not alone He's This book would have been great IF1 the characters had some personality2 the main character Thomas weren't such a Gary Stu and showed some character development and growth instead of conveniently remembering important information to advance the plot3 the book weren't filled with atrocious made up slang shuck face really is this supposed to be cool?4 the villains Grievers were actually scary or dangerous5 the maze had some kind of mystery about it and not limited to moving walls and un threatening prickly Grievers6 the plot weren't based on constant withholding of information by everyone and releasing it 200 pages later than it should have been7 the smartest of the smartest kids actually did something smart and uncovered some mysteries of the maze during the 2 years spent there8 the death of main characters evoked any feeling in readers9 the book weren't so slow moving thanks to constant withholding of info and BORINGIn the present form The Maze Runner deserves nothing than an OK rating for moderately interesting premise The hype and comparisons to The Hunger Games are unwarranted