This second book keeps you going and is as amazing as the first!
The performance continues to keep the characters alive in your mind!
Love is a strong word especially for "things". I enjoyed the whole book for the endless maze of puzzles.
Nothing stands above the other scenes.
Hope everything cleans up well in Book 3.
The narrator did an excellent job of telling the story with just the right tone and developed each character's voice and personality superbly.
Minho, the narrator did an excellent job on developing the fun, but serious nature of this character.
The various inclinations in his voice pulled you into the story and helped you to identify with each character, he had me at the edge of my seat.
Dances with the masses . . .
Not really. It's a good easy follow up to Maze Runner.
I enjoyed it as is.
Yes. You can clearly tell the difference between the characters and the pacing and attitude are consistent with the first book.
I'd watch it, but maybe not in theatres.
I am 36 years old. Married with 3 kids - 2, 4, 13. I work at night, my wife during the day. I don't have time to read, so I listen at work.
I would if they had read the first book "The Maze Runner". This book cannot hold up unless you know what happened in the previous story. If you have listened/read it then yes, I would recommend it. I fear the author would try to send them back to a make of a controlled environment. Not the case. If you read my review on "The Maze Runner" then this is a nice follow up if again you are looking for a book that won't force you to think too hard or focus too much.
There are 3 conclusions to this story. I didn't expect the first 2, but the last I fully expected.
Again, he was great. Gave every character a voice and even some personality. He is gifted.
Don't trust anybody. Including yourself.
A few grammatical errors, much better than the first.
lots of twist & turns
1st time I have read this type of book
Thomas, Nute & Minho
I can truly visualize the settings
This is such a fun series with a crazy story. This is the second book and not as good as the first or third, but still a good read.
From page one you are drawn in. The twist and turns in this second in the series makes it a more enthralling read than the first. The first was something of Ender Wiggins meets Mad Max. This was deeper emotionally and faster paced. If you enjoyed the First of the series you will love the second.
I loved that this book picked up right where the last stopped. Overall it was a good book. Much like the first book, I found myself enthralled in the story line, wondering who was actually good and who was actually evil. My only complaint would be that the story lulls a few times throughout. Fortunately the author picks pace back up after not too long, but I felt some things could have been condensed. I would recommend this book though to anyone that enjoys books with memorable characters, action and suspense, or stories set in a post-apocalyptic setting.