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The Death Cure by James Dashner

The Death Cure

by James Dashner

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Series: The Maze Runner (3)

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I enjoyed reading the final story but can't believe that there won't be more. The ending so obviously leads you to think that Dashner will continue Thomas's story. I alternately felt frustrated and sympathized with Thomas. I won't put here why to avoid any spoilers but once you've read the book you'll understand. ( )
  slsmitty25 | Feb 11, 2015 |
And then no one asked the right questions and the explanations we did get made no sense (well, they made sense, they were just silly). The End. What do you mean there's more books? I thought this was a trilogy? D: I'll pass, I barely made it this far. ( )
  AshuritaLove | Feb 11, 2015 |
WOW, what a fast paced ride this was. I have to say at points it was almost to unbelievable. I enjoyed the story and I would recommend this this to other readers. The entire series was very good, I can see why this won awards and was made into a movie. ( )
  stevealtier | Jan 26, 2015 |
  afyfe | Jan 3, 2015 |
******SPOILER FREE******

If you read the above reviews, then you should be well aware of the fact that I loved The Maze Runner but didn't care to much for The Scorch Trials because of all the violence and language. Sadly, I had the same issue with this book, however the violence was not as surprising as in book 2, the language was considerably more.

The violence came completely from the "Cranks", which I described in my review of The Scorch Trials as people who, basically, are zombie people consumed with rabies, acting insane and inhumane. Well, in this books the "Cranks" resort to eating each other (or really, anything that moves), which is so disturbing that I can't even begin to explain my disgust. No, there are no scenes that actually show this happening *huge sigh of relief* but Dashner definitely hints enough for you to get the idea. He is also pretty detailed when it comes to describing the violence so there is lots of violence. The language consists of "h*ll" and "da*m" and are very frequent, each said at least twice in every chapter.

Aside from the above, the things that I was pleased with was, of course, the way Dashner wrote. His is probably one of my favorite writing styles, I just love it! The characters were great as well and I was glad to finish Thomas's story, though, let's just say that I would have NEVER ended it the way Dashner did, but I am not Dashner ;-)

Looking at all of the above, I can only bring myself to rate The Death Cure 2 out of 5 stars because of the overall storyline, but I am still a fan of James Dashner and intend to read The Kill Order. I am sad that I didn't like the last two books, but honestly, I do hope to read more of Dashner's books.

*I also reviewed the first two books in this series, you can read them on my blog http://acceleratethejesusmovement.wordpress.com ( )
  RayleighAnn | Dec 20, 2014 |
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As the third Trial draws to a close, Thomas and some of his cohorts manage to escape from WICKED, their memories having been restored, only to face new dangers as WICKED claims to be trying to protect the human race from the deadly FLARE virus.

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