I read the Maze Runner, by James Dasher. I really like action and sci-fi books, and this book matches my description of action. The story begins when Thomas and these other boys who got sent into a maze, as an experiment, and they don't remember anything except their names. After Thomas arrives, the first girl does too. This creates suspense in the beginning, leaving the boys and Teresa to figure things out while fighting for survival. They try to get out from the maze, but the maze changes everyday, so it is hard for the runners (the boys who have the job of trying to solve the maze by running in it all day) to find the way to get out. Inside the maze, they face a lot of dangerous situations, but Thomas stays calm and level headed, he solves a lot of the problems. At the end, Thomas and his friends finally leave the maze. This story is very stimulated and it also teaches us that when we face a problem, we have to calm down and think how we can solve the problem. Maze Runner is very similar to the Hunger Games or Divergent, they are all very exciting and awesome books. Overall I really liked this book and would rate it 4/5. Someone who likes the dystopian genre, action, suspense, a bit of violence, and mystery would really like this book.