• The Maze Runner (the Maze Runner #1)
    The Maze Runner (the Maze Runner #1)
  • Writers: James Dashner
  • Status: Complete
  • Genres: Fiction Romance

The Maze Runner (the Maze Runner #1)

This is the narrative of a young person named Thomas who discovers himself sent to an obscure area where he joins a gathering of castaway young men caught in an apparently unsolvable labyrinth. As Tho

mas takes in the ropes about existence in their sheltered have, known as the Glade, and the dangers that live inside of the labyrinth he understands he was sent there for a reason – to be one of the runners whose employment is to split the labyrinths secret and lead the Gladers to their opportunity.  The primary book in James Dashner's series The Maze Runner must be a standout amongst the most thrilling and unpleasant books in the YA segment.  From the earliest starting point when Thomas awakens in the container with no memory of who he is past his name and is maneuvered into the Glade I was charmed. The way that the hero was presented in a manner that you already knew he was in threat however didn't know why or what from was charming. Moreover he's brought into an absolutely outside scene and is welcomed by what forms into an incredible cast of supporting characters. The primary Gladers (to be specific Alby, Newt, Minho, Chuck, Gally and Frypan,) were given such unmistakable and lively portrayal in spite of the extent of their parts. Thomas is truly interesting as the lead character. In spite of the absence of a memory he appears to be so finished and reserved. You know just from the way he responds to the labyrinth and the whole circumstance in the first place that he'll in the long run be the pioneer, and you sort of can hardly wait for that to happen.  At the point when things begin to turn sour – the entryways not shutting, the lights no more reproducing day and night – the danger from the grievers turning out to be so increased I really wanted to discover it delectably perverted that they would be modified to take one Glader consistently until nobody's cleared out. The risk of death and the need to escape got to be substantial. You could taste their trepidation when reading the first book in the astonishing series.