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Download Epub Format ¾ The Maze Runner PDF by Ë James Dashner This book would have been great IF 1 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 Okay so before I start I want to say something.
I personally hesitated to read this book because I heard too many bad reviews and things about this book.
But let me tell you something.
Yeah it has it s problems like the written style but this book has one of the best story plots I have ever read about.
And believe,once you get into the book,you will not care about the writing or anything else.
I am seriously so angry I haven t read this book early and evenfor listening or reading those really bad reviews for this book.
I know everyone has their own taste but really I heard things that really discouraged me to read this and they are not true.
And one last thing before I continue with my review,this book is awesome without having instalove,or love at all,without having nakedness or anything like that.
So if you find this inter 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 wall No I 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 job.
I 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 uncoope Q if you could edit this book, what would you take out A the words.
Have you ever had an eight year old kid try to describe to you winning a level of a video game Have you ever had a middle aged man try to describe to you completing the games section of the New York Times Did those experiences involve multiple conversations like this What is the maze Stop asking so many questions I have to say that this book wasboring than having someone tell you in painful detail about winning a video game or finishing a crossword puzzle It isboring if only for the constant, What are you talking about No I won t tell you This book is astonishingly boring I know that I am predisposed not to like it because there are no female characters no, I do not count the leggy, blue eyed girlfriend as a female character , but, really, I ask you are there any male characters either If you say, This book would have been great IF 1 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 Okay so before I start I want to say something.
I personally hesitated to read this book because I heard too many bad reviews and things about this book.
But let me tell you something.
Yeah it has it s problems like the written style but this book has one of the best story plots I have ever read about.
And believe,once you get into the book,you will not care about the writing or anything else.
I am seriously so angry I haven t read this book early and evenfor listening or reading those really bad reviews for this book.
I know everyone has their own taste but really I heard things that really discouraged me to read this and they are not true.
And one last thing before I continue with my review,this book is awesome without having instalove,or love at all,without having nakedness or anything like that.
So if you find this inter 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 wall No I 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 job.
I 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 uncoope Q if you could edit this book, what would you take out A the words.
Have you ever had an eight year old kid try to describe to you winning a level of a video game Have you ever had a middle aged man try to describe to you completing the games section of the New York Times Did those experiences involve multiple conversations like this What is the maze Stop asking so many questions I have to say that this book wasboring than having someone tell you in painful detail about winning a video game or finishing a crossword puzzle It isboring if only for the constant, What are you talking about No I won t tell you This book is astonishingly boring I know that I am predisposed not to like it because there are no female characters no, I do not count the leggy, blue eyed girlfriend as a female character , but, really, I ask you are there any male characters either If you say, 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 maze.
Absolutely blank slates the lot of themwellll.
mostly.
Their entire lives were conveniently erased just enough so they d have language, motor skills and just enough memory to understand irrigation farming 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 You are the shuckiest shuck faced shuck in the world2 1 2 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 dystopian sci 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 realis There Are Alternate Cover Editions For This ASIN Here And HereIf You Ain T Scared, You Ain T HumanWhen 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 GoneNice To Meet Ya, Shank Welcome To The GladeOutside The Towering Stone Walls That Surround The Glade Is A Limitless, Ever Changing Maze It S The Only Way Out And No One S Ever Made It Through AliveEverything Is Going To ChangeThen A Girl Arrives The First Girl Ever And The Message She Delivers Is TerrifyingRemember Survive Run Sweat drenched his hair, his hands, his clothes, everything A fear he had never known filled him to the point of insanity Truth be told, I ve been waiting to read this book for ages I don t even know when the first movie came out, but I think it must have been around 2014 or something like that Anyway, because I didn t know better back then I just went to the movies and watched the film only to find out that it s based on a trilogy that was written by James Dashner Of course I was very intrigued and immediately wanted to read the books before I watched the second movie Well, you know what they say about good intentions, right lol The road to hell is paved with good intentions Love that saying by the way P So you can already guess w The last page is turned and all I have to say is thisWhat for the love of all that s good and pure was this foolishnessAaaaand 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 stupidity.
It 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 EDIT 09 05 2013 Holy crap, that looks perfect I am way better at writing reviews for books I hated, but I m gonna give it a go anyway Okay Breathe, Inge, breathe.
Oh, this is gooooood.
The Maze Runner was like a breath of fresh air to me I needed a nice, clean cut from the typical YA books filled with whiny protagonists, insta love and love triangles, and I got exactly what I asked for This book is like a giant puzzle that you solve along with the characters It is filled with unexpected twists and turns, full of action and I sighed every once in a while because it was so much to take in at once It started off highly confusing, but soon took a turn for the exciting and left me hanging with so many unanswered questions after the last page, I was st



You are the shuckiest shuck faced shuck in the world2 1 2 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 dystopian sci 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 realis 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 maze.
Absolutely blank slates the lot of themwellll.
mostly.
Their entire lives were conveniently erased just enough so they d have language, motor skills and just enough memory to understand irrigation farming 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 Sweat drenched his hair, his hands, his clothes, everything A fear he had never known filled him to the point of insanity Truth be told, I ve been waiting to read this book for ages I don t even know when the first movie came out, but I think it must have been around 2014 or something like that Anyway, because I didn t know better back then I just went to the movies and watched the film only to find out that it s based on a trilogy that was written by James Dashner Of course I was very intrigued and immediately wanted to read the books before I watched the second movie Well, you know what they say about good intentions, right lol The road to hell is paved with good intentions Love that saying by the way P So you can already guess w The last page is turned and all I have to say is thisWhat for the love of all that s good and pure was this foolishnessAaaaand 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 stupidity.
It 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 EDIT 09 05 2013 Holy crap, that looks perfect I am way better at writing reviews for books I hated, but I m gonna give it a go anyway Okay Breathe, Inge, breathe.
Oh, this is gooooood.
The Maze Runner was like a breath of fresh air to me I needed a nice, clean cut from the typical YA books filled with whiny protagonists, insta love and love triangles, and I got exactly what I asked for This book is like a giant puzzle that you solve along with the characters It is filled with unexpected twists and turns, full of action and I sighed every once in a while because it was so much to take in at once It started off highly confusing, but soon took a turn for the exciting and left me hanging with so many unanswered questions after the last page, I was st

James Dashner

Download Epub Format ¾ The Maze Runner PDF by Ë James Dashner sustanon.pro James is the author of THE MAZE RUNNER trilogy and THE 13TH REALITY series He also published a series beginning with A DOOR IN THE WOODS with a small publisher several years ago He lives and writes in the Rocky Mountains.