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The Death Cure (Maze Runner, Book Three) (The Maze Runner Series) ePub download

by Mark Deakins,James Dashner

  • Author: Mark Deakins,James Dashner
  • ISBN: 030770663X
  • ISBN13: 978-0307706638
  • ePub: 1234 kb | FB2: 1565 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Literature & Fiction
  • Publisher: Listening Library (Audio); Unabridged edition (October 11, 2011)
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 955
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The Death Cure (Maze Runner, Book Three) (The Maze Runner Series) ePub download

Series : The Maze Runner Published : January 1st 2011. Thomas beat the Maze. He survived the Scorch. He’ll risk anything to save his friends. But the truth might be what ends it all. The time for lies is over.

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Praise for James Dashner and the Maze Runner series: A New York Times Bestselling Series A USA Today Bestseller . Don’t miss book three in the New York Times bestselling Maze Runner series, now a major motion picture starring Dylan O’Brien!

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The Maze Runner is a series of young adult dystopian science fiction novels written by American author James Dashner

The Maze Runner is a series of young adult dystopian science fiction novels written by American author James Dashner.

Don’t miss book three in the #1 New York Times bestselling Maze Runner series, now a major motion picture starring Dylan O’Brien!  WICKED has taken everything from Thomas: his life, his memories, and now his only friends—the Gladers. But it’s finally over. The trials are complete, after one final test. What WICKED doesn’t know is that Thomas remembers far more than they think. And it’s enough to prove that he can’t believe a word of what they say.Thomas beat the Maze. He survived the Scorch. He’ll risk anything to save his friends. But the truth might be what ends it all. The time for lies is over. The first two books, The Maze Runner and The Scorch Trials, are also #1 worldwide blockbuster movies featuring the star of MTV's Teen Wolf, Dylan O'Brien; Kaya Scodelario; Aml Ameen; Will Poulter; and Thomas Brodie-Sangster! Also look for The Fever Code, the much-buzzed-about series conclusion that finally reveals the story of how the maze was built, and James Dashner's other bestselling series, the Mortality Doctrine: The Eye of MindsThe Rule of Thoughts, and The Game of Lives.   Praise for James Dashner and the Maze Runner series:  A #1 New York Times Bestselling Series A USA Today Bestseller A Kirkus Reviews Best Teen Book of the Year An ALA-YASLA Best Fiction for Young Adults Book An ALA-YALSA Quick Pick   “[A] mysterious survival saga that passionate fans describe as a fusion of Lord of the Flies, The Hunger Games, and Lost.” —EW.com “Wonderful action writing—fast-paced . . . but smart and well observed.” —Newsday   “[A] nail-biting must-read.” —Seventeen.com   “Breathless, cinematic action.” —Publishers Weekly   “Heart-pounding to the very last moment.” —Kirkus Reviews   “Exclamation-worthy.” —Romantic TimesTake a deep breath before you start any James Dashner book.” —Deseret News
Whitebeard
Having read the first two books in the Maze Runner series, I decided to venture into book three, The Death Cure by James Dashner. This book picks up right where book two left off, the main character Thomas being recaptured by the organization WICKED. They have chosen Thomas and his remaining friends to participate in the final stage of testing to fight a disease called “The Flare”. We are brought alongside Thomas on a journey out into a zombie-like apocalyptic world.
I had a two-sided experience with reading this book. On one hand, I thoroughly enjoyed the adventure Dashner takes us on. I loved the picture he paints of how biological warfare could lead to the crumble of society as we know it. The fictional, yet realistic take on what the future of earth could hold thrilled me. The world Dashner describes resembles what we see around us today, only with an eerie twist. On the other hand, I felt that the dialogue was slow and a bit sticky. I would recommend devouring this book at a fast pace, enabling you to speed through the sometimes-stale dialogue and enjoy the plot. I would definitely recommend this book for young adult readers but perhaps not any higher reading level.
Washington
This was, by far, the weakest book of the first three in the series (I have yet to read the fourth book). I didn't have the urge to read anymore halfway through, but pushed on just to see if it got any better. The author got very sloppy near the end...and did a downright terrible job of wrapping things up. I felt cheated and wanted my money back.

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-Brenda is an annoying character...because the way her relationship with Thomas develops is very forced. They do not have the connection he and Teresa had. He and Teresa belonged together for better or for worse--the author showed us this through how Thomas felt he was cheating on Teresa with Brenda...
-Terwsa forgave Thomas for not waking up to find her when she called out to him during the dorm raid. Chuck had no real reason for being killed (when wicked couldve simulated his death as they did with the hanging bodies). Teresa did not deserve to die. Thonas couldve trusted her if hed bothered to regain his memory. He doesnt care enough when she is crushed....he leaves her to die alone and goes off to make out with Brenda...totally unbelievable. He trusts and forgives Brenda freely but never lets Teresa in. We never learn what Teresa got back from her memories...but we learn that it would not have altered Thomas to regain his. Yet he never does. Brenda gets everything she wants in the end but Teresa dies alone. Thomas becomes a complete and total narcissist...a coldblooded killer who is a disgrace to the sacrifices made for him.
-Teresa and Thomas are important in the 1st book. The second book their relationship gets weird. Then in the last book Thomas is up Brenda's butt for nonreal reason. Teresa deserved to live at the end more than Thomas did.
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Marg
I'm starting to lose faith in humanity. How is it that so many of the "#1 best seller" books I read turn out to be such complete disappointments. I had heard a lot of great things about this book, with people comparing it to the Hunger Games, etc. Let me tell you, this is NO Hunger Games. The writing is no where near as good as in the Hunger Games, the character development is either non-existent or completely inconsistent, and the plot and explanation for why the kids are in the maze make absolutely no sense (I consume a lot of sci-fi/fiction, so I'm pretty much a pro at suspending disbelief. There's no amount of suspension of disbelief that would get you to buy any of the "explanations" this book gives you for why things are the way they are). Also, the characterizations of the female characters is horrible. So horrible, in fact, it made me wonder if the author had been going through a bad divorce when he was writing the series. Why does he hate women so much?

Some of you may be wondering, if you hate it so much, why give it 2 stars? Well, first of all, the dude finished writing a trilogy, so A for effort. And, despite all its flaws, I can kind of see why others would like it. So, I'm giving it 2 stars. Though, I reserve the right to change my mind later.

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I'll try and leave these spoilers as vague as possible in case someone does some accidental scrolling. BUT OH MY GAWD. Why are the characters soooo flippin' dumb when they're supposed to be some sort of geniuses?!?! I wanted to scream at some of the decisions that the main character made (and not in the fun scary movie "don't go down into the basement!" kind of way. At least in scary movies, you can just assume that the characters are not too bright or are too traumatized to make a good decision. In this book, you know that the kids are supposed to be geniuses who were groomed for this task. So what the heck?! Why the stupid decisions that make absolutely no sense?!?!?!).

Also, the reason they were put through the maze... I don't even have words. I challenge anyone to try and convince me that it makes sense in any way. The science of it all is completely nonsensical, even if you give the author a lot of leeway. I think this author should just give up on writing any book that involves any sort of science. Unless it's just to report some basic fact like "the Earth is round."

And, lastly, the female characters in the book. What. The. Heck. There are basically 3 main females. The first one, of course, is somehow romantically linked to the main character and vacillates from either being completely useless or ruining everything. The second one is supposed to be some great fighter or something, but what's one of the first things she does? She comes on to the main character and is all "come hither, you sexy beast." (well, not in those words exactly, but she might as well have said that). And the third female is that head scientist lady, who, seriously, has got to be the stupidest scientist ever. Actually, I don't even know if she was really a scientist. She was so dumb. No, I've decided she couldn't have been a real scientist. She was just a super manipulative person who ruined people's lives because of some less-than-flimsy theory. And the lesson you learn at the end of the series? No female can be trusted. They are duplicitous she-devils who are just out to manipulate every situation. I would've liked the book much better if they had just left out all the female characters.

Oh! and one more obnoxious thing in the book. What was up with the character Jorge and his constant use of the words "muchacho" and "hermano?" It just seemed so awkwardly forced and very cliché. If you're going to make a character be bilingual, don't fall back on stereotypes from 30 years ago.

In summary... I don't recommend this book. Read it if you want. If you end up not liking it, don't say I didn't warn you. If you liked it, well, let's just take comfort in the fact that we will never have to be friends.
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