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The Scorch Trials by James Dashner


The Scorch Trials picks up where The Maze Runner left off. The Gladers have escaped the Maze, but now they face an even more treacherous challenge on the open roads of a devastated planet.  They are told the minimal, and face the worst.
And WICKED has made sure to adjust the variables and stack the odds against them.
Can Thomas survive in such a violent world?


The Second book in the Maze Runner series left me furious.  Not at the book or the author, but at the characters.  You know, the 'bad guys'.  Just when they thought the whole ordeal was done, it wasn't.  Now you as a reader know that-- he wouldn't write a book about nothing at all.  This surprisingly realistic situation leaves your brain thinking, and wanting more.  I honestly don't think I ever set the book down.  The Scorch Trials is book full of suspense, twists, and emotion.  I swear that if you liked the first book in the novel, then you will love this one.  James Dashner did a phenomenal job of writing this book-- it is well written and able to bring out emotions, making you laugh at appropriate times or feeling angry.  He was well organized and kept me craving the next page, chapter, book.  I promise You won't lose interest, it is well worth the read!

Watch out for my next review on the Final book in The Maze Runner trilogy: The Death Cure

~ Willow Naveen ♥

Overall Rating: ♣♣♣♣♣

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