The Scorch Trials (Maze Runner, Book 2)
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The plot of the two movies is completely different, only loosely based.
Those who made it out of the maze in the previous book are on the run again. With new terrain to negotiate and new monsters to battle, they work together to stay alive. Thomas longs to know Teresa's true motives, but it doesn't hinder his ability to contribute to the group. All you know is that whatever you think you know probably isn't true, and you are never safe.
The series is still holding my interest. The relationships are believable and the trials are WICKED. I'm exhausted just reading about them. I hope we finally start getting real answers in the next book, I have plenty of guesses.
No matter how annoyed I am at certain events and characters in this book, I have to admit that I was sucked in from page one. It is a definite page-turner. The visuals that I got while reading were exquisite. If I had to compare this series to another series, I would have to say that it has a slight Hunger Games feel to it, though nothing can compete with my love of The Hunger Games series. This book has fighting for one’s life, death, and a high-octane need for rebellion.
The Scorch Trials may trigger some people to have psychological grief. It contains violence, blood, death, betrayal, hunger, and disease.
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