The Maze Cutter: A Maze Runner Novel
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Series fans will not be disappointed by this return to a world where danger lurks around each corner.
Please be aware that the delivery time frame may vary according to the area of delivery - the approximate delivery time is usually between 1-2 business days. This book was told in multi-pov so we get a lot of different views and emotions about the same story. And, of course, it also helps when our main characters get separated. I think this was as good idea on Dashner’s part because we really get the full-scope of the story. It’s more than just what this one character or even two characters are experiencing. It was about a whole cast of characters and this new/old world we were being introduced to.Wasn’t it bad enough? Wasn’t the end the peak of our awfulness? Why in the hell did you have to let this book exist[?] The first three Maze Runner books were adapted to the big screen during the dystopian craze of the early 2010s that saw the likes of The Hunger Games and Divergent rake it in. Thankfully, the third book was not split into two parts. The first three books are the ones that James Dashner Controversy
The Maze Runner Files is a companion book to The Maze Runner series. It was released on August 13, 2013, in e-book form. During the height of the #MeToo movement, anonymous allegations against Dashner surfaced on a forum, claiming to have been the target of the author’s sexual harassment. Do we know that they are real? No (though statistics on false confessions beg to differ), but Dashner seemed to admit to the misconduct with a Tweet that partially read:
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Seventy-three years after the events of The Death Cure (2011), the Maze Runner world expands in this trilogy opener. There are so many things we don't know, like the Godhead that Alexandra is a part of. What is it? People that think they're gods when really they're advanced Cranks? I hope there are more answers in the sequel. The Maze Cutter is the first book in an upcoming sequel trilogy to the Maze Runner Series and the newest instalment in The Maze Runner book series. It precedes The Godhead Complex and is a sequel to The Death Cure. It was published on November 1st, 2022.
The plot isn't bad, but it kind of felt like not much happened. Mostly it was showing the reader how the Cranks have evolved and what the world is like now, as well as bringing characters together. I did like Minho and Roxy's relationship, they evolved into a son and mother kind of thing and it was pretty cute. there's so much more that i thought i'd say but as i've typed all this i realized that i don't even feel the rage hot enough to be funny for much longer. the only people reading this are people exactly like me. you guys know. you know. you don't need me to tell you all this. BUT! with that said, I still gave this book 4 stars because despite the few flaws, it did live up to my expectations. The new characters are great (well, most of them) and it did leave me excited for the next book.Je n'ai pas vraiment aimé les personnages (arriver aux chapitres d'Alexandra était plus une corvée qu'autre chose pour moi), et j'ai attendu pendant les 2/3 du livre que l'histoire commence enfin avant d'acquérir la certitude qu'il s'agirait d'une histoire en plusieurs tomes. Ce premier tome m'a donc laissée sur ma faim, et de nombreuses questions restent sans réponse. The Mortality Doctrine The Eye of Minds (2013) The Rule of Thoughts (2014) The Game of Lives (2015) Stand-Alone Novels I could've overlooked the previous two things if something exciting had happened, but again, coming from The Maze Runner where cranks and monster-filled mazes were prevalent parts of the story and you had no idea which of your friends would die...almost nothing happened in this book. They just traveled...for months and we don't know why. There were a couple of tense moments and the end happened with a bang, but I never felt the suspense that I had expected from this dystopian author.