Series: The Maze Runner

Author: James Dashner

La cura mortal (2011)
3.8 of 5 Votes: 2
I thought this book was amazing even though newt and Teresa died which sucked. But I cared more that newt died more than I care if Teresa died sorry!But anyway I think my obsession with minho is way too much. I told my friend how sassy he is and then I said he was "the sass queen"friend: "queen? ...
Las pruebas (2010)
3.98 of 5 Votes: 5
I don't know where to begin so I guess I will start at the ending: everybody dies! This book, and every book in the series finished with varying degrees of irresolution. The plot is fast paced and kept pulling me on to the next chapter and the next book, however, I was constantly frustrated with ...
Prueba de fuego (2010)
3.98 of 5 Votes: 3
The Scorch Trials, written by James Dashner, is the second book of the series The Mazerunner. This book is exciting and full of details that paint an extremely vivid picture for the reader. I myself especially liked the author's imagination and ability to think of excellent similes and metaphors ...
The Death Cure (2011)
3.8 of 5 Votes: 4
I don't know where to begin so I guess I will start at the ending: everybody dies! This book, and every book in the series finished with varying degrees of irresolution. The plot is fast paced and kept pulling me on to the next chapter and the next book, however, I was constantly frustrated with ...
The Scorch Trials (2010)
3.98 of 5 Votes: 1
Spoilers!!!! WATCH OUT!!!!-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------...
The Maze Runner (2009)
4.22 of 5 Votes: 5
This book is the perfect example of why I usually don't read YA fiction. Not only is it written for teenagers, it feels like it was written by a teenager. So many of the author's choices don't make sense. For instance, he wastes whole chapters on Thomas' disbelief that the walls of the maze mo...