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The Death Cure

by James Dashner

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Awesome ending to a riveting trilogy. A bit like the Hunger Games but with some truly unique qualities. Couldn't stop reading and go to bed. ( )
  Bonnie_Ferrante | Apr 15, 2014 |
The Death Cure the third book in the Maze Runner series and it is an interesting finish. This book picks up right where the second leaves off and Thomas is basically a prisoner. He is released shortly after and he learns that the cure for the disease (The Flare) was a lie and only a group of people have immunity and everyone else would despise them. The Gladers are also finally given the hope of getting their memories back and all the Gladers accept a few most notably Thomas because then he could no longer telepathically speak to Teresa. After that the Gladers travel to Denver on an airplane because they hope to meet a previous leader of WICKED who goes by the name of Hans. Thomas attempts to kill him but his friends stop him in just the nick of time and they let Hans live. After that, things are crazy and Thomas and the other Gladers are captured by bounty hunters and they are taken to their headquarters which is called Right Arm. Then, The Gladers are held in a cage cell in which it looks like they cannot escape. You should read this book to find out if the Gladers actually escaped out of the cage or not and you should also read the ending to find out the twisted way the disease (The Flare) started. This book is an excellent book to read if you are bored and in desperate need of action and this book is great!
  TomasJefferson | Apr 10, 2014 |
This was a very enjoyable series. I just finished the last one, and decided to write a short review. I think that the plot was complex, yet simple enough where anyone could enjoy it. I was blown away with the finish. Very good series! ( )
  LoriHopkins | Apr 2, 2014 |
I'm so sad. The final book in the Maze Runner Trilogy literally brought me to tears. So much was lost, but at the same time so much was gained. This was a great book, and a great trilogy. ( )
  lilysreads | Mar 23, 2014 |
The final volume (hopefully) in the trilogy, Death Cure by James Dashner brings the Maze Runner series to a close by bringing the characters full circle and drawing the story to a conclusion. I started off totally enthralled by the first book, then felt quite let down by the second. This third book was an ok read, but really only interesting to those who are following this trilogy.

I listened to to an audio version and while listening, I couldn’t quite shake the feeling that the author really didn’t know how to conclude the story. The ending that was finally presented felt like a chapter or two that was quickly pasted together in order to give a satisfactory closing. Personally I was just glad to see the end. ( )
  DeltaQueen50 | Mar 19, 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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