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All thumbnail images come directly from Flickrnone are stored on Flickr Hive Mind. Minho is the one who takes everything in stride, and makes the kind of jokes the other boys will laugh at. Newt, too, fills this part, although I think of him as more of a mix of Thomas' seriousness and Minho's carelessness.

In other words, he is perfect. But I digress. Thomas, like I said, is serious. He is literal and emotional and I don't imagine him laughing easily.

His reactions in the last third of the book to WICKED's most cruel tests are more palpable because of his personality traits. Thomas takes everything very seriously, and unlike the hardened boys and girls around him, he can't just shrug everything off. I don't know if that makes him a successful character like I said, many reviewers complain about how boring he is , but I think it makes him unique. And it made me pity him more during the horrible trials toward the end.

I didn't think it was significantly better or worse than the first one. Minho and Newt are still my favorites, and I was a little sad that they were expelled from the narrative for large portions of the book. It was interesting and well-needed to learn more about the post-apocalyptic world Thomas inhabits, but I'm still frustrated by how little has been revealed.

If the third and final book doesn't offer sufficient explanations, my attitude toward this series will be sour indeed. Holy crap. I hinted at this in my review, but the part where Teresa and the ladies captured Thomas all the way up to his "betrayal" when they locked him in the gas chamber I couldn't take it. I absolutely knew that Teresa was still on his side and that she was just following orders. There was no doubt. But I still was extremely sad on Thomas' behalf and nearly had tears in my eyes.

He took that betrayal so hard. Poor little thing. I noticed a hint toward this in the middle and marked it, but it still came as a surprise. Anyone else think it's kind of unfortunate that there are only two important female characters in this book with the exception of Harriet, possibly , and both have betrayed Thomas at some point? Is apparently the moral of the story.

So don't click if you haven't finished the series. He and Minho are my two favorites, like I said, but knowing he's doomed made me wary of being emotionally attached to him.

So I'm already letting go of my Newt, even though I should be cherishing my time with him. Also, my little brother who has read the series keeps calling him Newt Gingrich. That also makes it hard to love him. View all 8 comments. Oh my this was complete crap. At least the first book was enjoyable.

I don't really have too much to say other than that the movie is completely different but way better in every way. An ideal example of this is Brenda's character. In the movie, she is an actual person and I quite liked her, in the book, she's ridiculous and instalovey, with extreme moments of inappropriate for the situation and uncalled for "sexual tension" with Thomas.

She doesn't feel like an actual human being in any way. The Oh my this was complete crap. The plot, besides all that, is nonsensical and confusing. There's a lot of "what" that makes no sense but even more confusing is the "why". This doesn't feel realistic at all. And why on Earth do all the cranks introduce themselves as cranks? It's just so comical and stupid.

The story was going to one place and then again the other. It was quite difficult to keep track of the changing parts in the story. I also didnt find the storyline as much intriguing and actionpacked as the first book in the series. I have to admit there was a lot of action in this book but I thought it was a bit of a dissapointment to me. Theresa and Thomas what are you doing to me. As amazing I thought yo 2.

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As amazing I thought your chemistry was in the first book the lack of it in this book was beyond irritation. The writing-style was okay. Nothing wrong with it. The book is easily written, however I listened to an translated audiobook, so I can't say if there is any difference in the English or Dutch version of the story.

Overall I found the story rushed and some parts confussion. Especially the action parts were rushed and actually a bit boring. I rolled my eyes a couple of times. Glaubt mir, ich war genauso schockiert wie ihr jetzt gerade.

Es war einfach schlecht und ich habe es unterbewusst kommen sehen. Ja, ich habe das Buch gerade schlecht genannt, was WAS? Warum war das Buch also schlecht? Und dann dieses Liebesdreieck mit Brenda, was hat der Autor sich denn bitte dabei gedacht?!

Das passte sowas von gar nicht in die Geschichte rein, das war echt nicht mehr normal. Und dass Teresa ihm das nicht sagen konnte, ihn aber trotzdem gewarnt hat. Jo, ist klar. Ich habe das Licht am Ende des Tunnels gesehen Es bleibt also abzuwarten, ob ich Band drei noch lesen werde.

James Dashner dashes through 2 of the expected trilogy and leaves logic as well as suspense in his wake. Too bad, too. Our boys the Gladers are told they must transverse a brutally hot world through a forbidden city to reach a destination that might cure the Flare, a disease they've been given free of charge.

Off they go, reader in tow, expecting all manner of challenges and adversaries. Thomas and Teresa are back -- or at least Thomas is. Teresa spends much of the book offstage, refusing to answer Thomas's promises all sent telepathically, natch.

Then we learn that Teresa is no longer Thomas's friend. Or is she? And they meet a new boy named Avis who is Teresa's new squeeze -- or is he?

I'm not sure even Dashner knows, as he writes contradictory stuff so frequently that it's clear he's mistaken nonsense for suspense. And the monsters -- Clunks -- are less than zero, really, on the scare scale.

Wannabe Freddie Kruegers, is all. Between their slow movements and some bad weather lightning is dangerous on Scorch , it's about all Dashner can muster up in the way of antagonists. One promising development -- like the many unpromising ones -- fails to deliver. Dashner writes in a Group B, all girls and one boy, who had their own Glade adventure and are now destined to fight the Gladers to the death. That confrontation never quite comes off.

In short, it leads to Letdown, a suburb of the forbidden city in Scorch, apparently. This is the best I can say about the book.

I like his character and I respect his judgment. In fact, I'm following it. I want out, too, and won't be reading 3 of the trilogy. View 2 comments. Like the book one I first watched the movie and I thought ok, I didn't like the book 1 so let's skip Scorch Trials and start book three, but when I did I realized I don't understand a thing as if I don't have any clue what had happened in Scorch Trials so I got back to it and wow the movie is completely different from the book, I'm wondering how they could change the story that much?

Still I liked the movie better. I won't read the next book. The Scorch Trials is what happens after the Gladers escape from the maze. Upon waking up in a strange location by Cranks, people who have been infected by the Flare and are slowly going mad, they are informed that they must travel North in order to receive the cure for the Flare they have been infected with. This is a book seriously in danger of second book syndrome. I don't feel enough was learned in it to warrant a full book devoted to it, but perhaps it all has a reason in the third bookt.

The The Scorch Trials is what happens after the Gladers escape from the maze. They do reference a pattern and that is why they are doing this, but its hard for me at this point to even begin to guess what that could be. So for now since the dialogue is still forced, I was mildly entertained and I still have just as many questions its going to be a 3 star.

That is subject to change with the third book however. It is all coming down to the third book in this series. Make it or break it. It took a lot of effort to get through this book in one sitting, because I knew if I put it down, I probably wouldn't pick it back up.

It was an arduous read, but I'm sure intentionally so, as it really does convey the exhaustion the characters are feeling while enduring the Scorch. There was nothing I particularly liked about this installment, besides the uncovering of information. I will continue on because I'm far too invested at this point to just quit. It's quite shocking though how I liked It took a lot of effort to get through this book in one sitting, because I knew if I put it down, I probably wouldn't pick it back up.

It's quite shocking though how I liked the first book so thoroughly, and this one just left me annoyed. The writing was not as good as I remember, I didn't feel like any of the characters were particularly interesting, and the number of times I had to read about Thomas falling asleep or passing out which by the way, must have been at least 30 got on my nerves like nothing else.

I wasn't a huge fan of the first book so me not loving the 2nd in the series isn't a huge surprise. View all 4 comments. I remember semi-enjoying The Maze Runner. There were some things that I didn't like, but overall it wasn't a bad experience. The same cannot be said for The Scorch Trials. This was was boring. Thomas spends most of the book sleeping and if he isn't sleeping he is longing after Teresa.

The characters that I enjoyed during The Maze Runner were pushed more to the side during this one giving everyone more time to read about how much Thomas wanted to see Teresa which made Thomas as interesting as a sack of potatoes. A whole lot of nothing happened throughout this book. It really did feel like a filler book that kinda set up the big final, but even with the cliffhanger, it took away any of the interest I might have had in seeing how things end.

After reading this book, I don't think I'd be able to tell anyone what actually happens in it. Just betrayal. That's all I got. Betrayal and some insignificant deaths. Your favourites are still alive, but I don't know why?

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Send help. Originally at Heart Full Of Books I was a little bit worried to begin this book, because it meant venturing into new, unchartered territory. Unfortunately, I was disappointed. I knew the bare minimum; a deadly disease had been unleashed on the world and they were trying to find a cure. The science behind mapping the cognitive movements of the boys to find a cure was sketchy. The whole time I wondered what was going on, and as more repetitive things happened to Thomas, I got more and more disinterested in the real answer.

If you thought Thomas had a lot of questions in the first book, this was even worse. Also, Thomas spent most of his time in the Scorch with Brenda see below for Brenda opinions This was fine, but where were the other Gladers?! To split them up so many times was repetitive and darted around the explanation of how they all kept managing to meet up despite separation.

What did the Scorch look like? Cranks are people that have the Flare. One of these Cranks is Brenda, also known as the new Teresa. A lot of people have problems with Brenda. Sure, she was a bit full on and touchy-feely, but I respected her desire to get close to Thomas. The only character I really felt any attachment to was Minho. His leadership was bossy, but he wanted to keep moving forward. Also, he seemed to be the only one to genuinely care about Thomas.

They were just extras, used to flesh out the story. Genetic Experiment? As you may know, when a dystopian spirals into a genetic experiment, which could involve deletion, enhancement, addition or some special powers like immunity I get annoyed. It seems like the easy way out.

So, the plot of this books removes at least two stars from my rating, because of the predictability. I had no connection, limited fascination and general lack of enjoyment when reading. If you want to know what happens, read a plot summary, nor better yet, watch the movies.

Thank Wicked for finishing this book. My review: What a heck was this book all about? I read it, because, I enjoyed the first and I wanted to know where was Dashner was going with this. Why the Maze? Why the Patterns so important to figure out a cure for the Flare Crazeness Why the two groups? Why females with one male and vice versa? And so on There were a lot of questions I wanted sorted out.

But, in this book I Got none. This book gave no explanation whatsoever unless you cou Thank Wicked for finishing this book. This book gave no explanation whatsoever unless you count as an answer "All will be revealed in due time Just go right ahead from the first to the third. Spoilers Ahead!!! What happenened here, that was so darn important? There, They tell them, that they must travel a desert and so the group of gladers, including Aris and excluding Teresa, travel a desert full of dangerous things and people to arrive to a a safe heaven - fighting cranks, the other all-female group, and arrive to the safe heaven just to be confronted by some mechanical beasts, and leave the premises.

In the end of the book they find themselves, yet again, in the same place where they started. This book gave no hindsight, besides stating the obvious that what they are doing is very important for human race and for that they must die.

It was also interesting how the writer portrayed so "well" the male leading character. After being betrayed, stabbed, beaten and mocked the main character still goes to Teresa even if the writer says that Thomas can never trust her again. I think Thomas is a piece of crap of a friend. Minho and Newt never, doubted him, never betrayed him but when they were fighting in the end, Thomas escaped to a pod leaving Newt and Minho alone.

So, he hates Teresa, but hides with her nevertheless. You are a crapy friend Thomas, and only think with your male organ I also think, the writer tries to give so much suspense to each plot ending with "tan tan" but most of the times are just plain absurd I probably will be reading the third book, but just for ending this Saga.

I don't know where the writer is going with this Ho tentato di farmi piacere questa saga, eccome se ho tentato! Ma lo stile dell'autore non fa per me. Troppo impersonale, troppo poco accattivante. Si aggiunge poi un protagonista per cui fare il tifo viene davvero difficile e una serie di cagate atomiche che dovrebbero costituire l'avvincente trama.

Dei trenta Radurai che sono sopravvissuti al primo volume, alla fine del secondo ne ritroviamo undici. When I was reading The Maze Runner last year I found myself very surprised by the intriguing and unique plot and even though it's different from what I have read, I didn't find myself blown away by the writing or story itself.

If I'm honest, I chose to continue on with the series because of the characters. I enjoy the Gladers bromance and I really, really love Newt and Thomas' friendship. If it was for the story, I think I'd have given up on the first book but since I'm too attached to these two When I was reading The Maze Runner last year I found myself very surprised by the intriguing and unique plot and even though it's different from what I have read, I didn't find myself blown away by the writing or story itself.

If it was for the story, I think I'd have given up on the first book but since I'm too attached to these two, I will finish the series. The Scorch Trials was creepy and had a lot of action but the story didn't convince me. I felt the book dragged on and on and I still don't know what the heck is going on. I really think that some of the questions could've been answered on this installment but well Planned to read book three right after, but now after seeing how I didn't find any answers here, just got more bloody confused, I now really don't even care what happens to any of those character, for all I care, they can all die in the next book.

I don't know It had so many irrelevant details in it that I had to force myself to read it and I hate it when I have to do that.

I really liked the first book in the series but the 2nd book was a let down No me voy a explayar. Este libro va de putear a Thomas y a sus amigos pero sobre todo al prota. View all 5 comments. Las pruebas comienza en el mismo momento en el que termina El corredor del laberinto. Pues bien, como he comentado antes, mis ganas de continuar con esta saga eran infinitas. Entrando en el ritmo de la historia La verdad es que una vez coges este libro es imposible parar de leer.

Y como se que consigue atrapar tanto este libro? Los pirados, aunque pudimos conocerlos brevemente al final del primer libro, cobran mucho protagonismo en Las pruebas.

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Los pirados no son otros que personas infectadas que pierden totalmente el norte y se vuelven violentos y agresivos Vamos, como zombies. En el paso de los protagonistas por las brasas nos encontraremos con diferentes tipos de pirados: Por otra parte, volvemos a tener con nosotros a Thomas, Newt y Min Ho. La verdad es que odio que introduzcan romances en libros donde no hay por donde aguantarse, y es por eso que aplaudo la manera que tiene James Dasher de introducir en este libro del amor.

Y la verdad es que se necesitan libros juveniles donde no se explote tanto este factor. La cura mortal. Dear mr. This is not a way to go. There was something captivating about The Maze Runner.

Something that kept me going, wondering, reading and - most importantly — caring. Scorch Trials is unpredicatable, shocking, thrilling It is not a bad thing to create an atmosphere full of suspense and uncertainty and to make the readers keep guessing what is really going on till the very end only to turn it all upside down.

James Dashner just went too far. He took a large grou Dear mr. He took a large group of mostly expendable characters presumably so that he had could keep murdering them too add the right amount of blood, gore and guts once in a while and put them through a wicked hunger-game like scenario. So good so far. The problem is, that the forces that cause things to happen the people behind all of it are the ultimate gods. Their advanced technologies and infallibility of their plans put virually everything in motion.

There is no reason why things happen and why people act like they do other than that someone somewhere wanted to see what was gonna happen. It is not that the narrator tells a story of what happened. Instead, you get the feeling that the author has a god complex , he got bored, and decided to tell you what he though was gonna be fun to make happen to all those kids.

The only thing that matters is that somebody though it fitting to happen without an obvious reason. Not to mention that The Scorch Trials followed the same pattern as The Maze Runner, the only thing that changed was the environment and the awareness of the characters.

I am aware that all of my reservations might be just what the author was aiming for.Ich habe das Licht am Ende des Tunnels gesehen Runners de Tumblr His time with his son. The whole time I wondered what was going on, and as more repetitive things happened to Thomas, I got more and more disinterested in the real answer. What we call in the ficverse a gender-bend. Sorry, to be a pain, read this book a few years ago but cannot be quite bothered reading at again This felt more like a journey into nothingness that a concrete and eloquent plot.

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