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.
Yes. Great book. Lots of stuff going on.
When Thomas runs through the maze door to stay the night.
A freakish experiment to save the world.
Keeps you guessing!
There are so many twists and turns!
The audio was choppy for this book but it is still was a great book!
It was not quite as good as the first, it didn't keep my attention in the same way. I did enjoy the cliffhanger ending though. After I finished, I felt like I didn't have a choice but to get the next one.
The reader of the Maze Runner series was wonderful, different accents and characters easily distinguished.
Great continuation of the story with plenty of surprises and turns
They thought they were saved, but it will be them that saves the world
Neat Ideas, Great Performance by the reader.
Redundant writing, not enough visual descriptions
Very good performance*
Yes, but not whole heartildly
The main character re-iterated his story like 4-5 times in this! How many times can you have a scene of the main character explaining himself, and of course, have the listener believe him? Re-title this one (main character explains himself to everyone he meets, and travels through a desert)
Still a neat listen, the reader makes it worth while
I couldn't get past the endless time in the desert! Ughh. Everyone keeps telling me that it gets better from there, but I couldn't do it.
Ex-military high school math teacher.
The new locations, and the global view. It expanded the series and provided some needed depth.
Hunger Games, and the movie Total Recall.
The betrayal of certain characters and the resilance of the characters
Need to read the first book in the series to understand this one.