He doesn't know anything when he wakes up in a dark room. Then the dark room starts lifting. A cage door opens, and he is lifted out and greeted by boys who call themselves Gladers. He remembers his name first and then in different dreams, he starts to see some more pieces of his past. But who is he really? Who are these boys? And what is at the end of the maze?
Dashner creates a fast-paced, I-didn't-see-that-twist-coming type of book. I'll admit that for this one, first I watched the movie and then I listened to the audio book. Now I'm hooked and just finished the second one. This world Dashner creates, I don't know if I agree with his opinions, but it certainly is an interesting take. For those of you who like the Hunger Games, you'll enjoy the Maze Runner and even more the sequel.
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