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    megank added a book review.
    The Death Cure is the final book in the maze runner series and it is a must read! The book continues the story where Thomas feels even more betrayed and hurt by everyone, causing all the Gladers and the rest of the group to rebel and leave WCKD. As Thomas, Jorge, Brenda, and Minho try to search for the Right Arm, the rest of the world is crumbling and everyone they know are beginning to fall apart and die. One of my favorite scenes in this book is when Newt begs Thomas for his death because he didn't want to be an insane crank. Although Thomas refuses to kill him at first, he eventually ends Newt's life and make amends. I love this scene because there are tons of emotions of how he loses his friend, the guilt, and how miserable and confused Thomas is. I really like Teresa because she's brave, mysterious, and has always cared for Thomas since she first met him. Before the Immunes escape, she saved Thomas life and died in his place, stating that she is sorry and she only cared for him. Overall, I think this book is just amazing and is full of adventures, emotions, and lessons about friendship.
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    megank's book review was featured in The Scorch Trials (Maze Runner, Book Two).
    Scorch Trials is the second book in the Maze runner series and the story just can't get any better! The story begins where the Gladers have escaped the maze and are send to WCKD's head quarters. At first, they thought finding a way out of the maze means freedom, but a far more challenging adventure is ahead of them: the Scorch and the insane world full of cranks. My favorite character in this book is definitely Brenda because she is fearless, open about her feelings, strong, and confident. Even though she knew about Thomas's feelings for Teresa, she is still determined to get Thomas to Safe Haven. I think it's really confusing as to who WCKD really is, but also an interesting question to think about. If you think about it broadly from Thomas's perspective, it'd seem like they're putting them to danger, murdering tons of innocent people, and have took away the people's memories and freedom. On the other hand, they're actually trying to rescue the human race. Overall, I think this book is amazing and exciting and people should definitely read it if they liked the first book. It's full of even more action, romance, mysteries, heart-breaking betrayals, and more for you to read about!
    Over 3 years ago
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    megank added a book review.
    Scorch Trials is the second book in the Maze runner series and the story just can't get any better! The story begins where the Gladers have escaped the maze and are send to WCKD's head quarters. At first, they thought finding a way out of the maze means freedom, but a far more challenging adventure is ahead of them: the Scorch and the insane world full of cranks. My favorite character in this book is definitely Brenda because she is fearless, open about her feelings, strong, and confident. Even though she knew about Thomas's feelings for Teresa, she is still determined to get Thomas to Safe Haven. I think it's really confusing as to who WCKD really is, but also an interesting question to think about. If you think about it broadly from Thomas's perspective, it'd seem like they're putting them to danger, murdering tons of innocent people, and have took away the people's memories and freedom. On the other hand, they're actually trying to rescue the human race. Overall, I think this book is amazing and exciting and people should definitely read it if they liked the first book. It's full of even more action, romance, mysteries, heart-breaking betrayals, and more for you to read about!
    Over 3 years ago
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    I really like The Outsiders because it’s very honest and relatable. One of the aspects that I loved most about the book were the characters. The book challenges stereotypes by pitting different social classes against each other. The Greasers, the poorer and lower social class, almost become a sort of anti-hero because they have been in trouble with the law multiple times and are sort of the underdogs, but at the same time they are fiercely loyal and caring to their friends and family. There are a lot of things that I can relate to in the story. For example, Ponyboy looks up to his eldest brother Darry so he’s very afraid to disappoint him; some readers can relate to this because of the pressure a lot of parents put on them. Also, Ponyboy struggles to find his place in the world - he wonders if he belongs to a group and tries to find himself at the same time. I can also relate to this a lot, and I think a lot of people can too. Great read!
    Over 3 years ago
  • angelay
    angelay's book review was featured in The Outsiders (M Books).
    I really like The Outsiders because it’s very honest and relatable. One of the aspects that I loved most about the book were the characters. The book challenges stereotypes by pitting different social classes against each other. The Greasers, the poorer and lower social class, almost become a sort of anti-hero because they have been in trouble with the law multiple times and are sort of the underdogs, but at the same time they are fiercely loyal and caring to their friends and family. There are a lot of things that I can relate to in the story. For example, Ponyboy looks up to his eldest brother Darry so he’s very afraid to disappoint him; some readers can relate to this because of the pressure a lot of parents put on them. Also, Ponyboy struggles to find his place in the world - he wonders if he belongs to a group and tries to find himself at the same time. I can also relate to this a lot, and I think a lot of people can too. Great read!
    Over 3 years ago
  • angelay
    angelay added a book review.
    I really like The Outsiders because it’s very honest and relatable. One of the aspects that I loved most about the book were the characters. The book challenges stereotypes by pitting different social classes against each other. The Greasers, the poorer and lower social class, almost become a sort of anti-hero because they have been in trouble with the law multiple times and are sort of the underdogs, but at the same time they are fiercely loyal and caring to their friends and family. There are a lot of things that I can relate to in the story. For example, Ponyboy looks up to his eldest brother Darry so he’s very afraid to disappoint him; some readers can relate to this because of the pressure a lot of parents put on them. Also, Ponyboy struggles to find his place in the world - he wonders if he belongs to a group and tries to find himself at the same time. I can also relate to this a lot, and I think a lot of people can too. Great read!
    Over 3 years ago
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