Reading with no hands!
Thomas and crew are yet again in the soup. In this second installment of the Maze Runner trilogy, they're expected to traverse an unwholesome place that is the domain of the 'Flare' infected and reach a rendezvous place within a prescribed amount of time.
At no point, do we doubt that they will achieve this outcome. Unfortunately, James Dashner doesn't think his reader is deserving of the why regarding these repeatedly calamitous occurrences. While I know it's dystopian and bad stuff can happen, it's really irritating to see the harm WICKED conveys and have you tell me "WICKED is good.' I shouldn't have to read your third book to get the insights you could have hinted at in books one and two. Be aware that a good story absent of a compelling conveyor isn't a great book to read.
Mark Deakins gave an audibly awesome performance using a sundry array of voices, pacing , intonations and volumes to convert the launch the words off the pages and into our ears!
Read The Scorch Trials at your own risk. Expect action and thrilling exchanges. Just don't expect answers.
This book begins where the last one ends. The trails continue with this story and we see many more new twist that keeps you glued for more of the story. I listened to the audiobook and the narration was excellent.
really love the Maze Runner series so far can't wait to start the third book! It's really and making me sit on the edge of my seat it grabs my attention I love it! Please KEEP IT UP !
Saw the movie for the first book. Just finished listening to the second book. Going to see the movie for the second book this week. Purchasing the third book right now. I can't wait to hear where the story goes.
I really loved the first book. Once I got into this one and found out The Flare was a zombie disease...I almost returned the book. I was discouraged by how main stream of an approach was taken. Over all I gave this book 3 stars, only a couple of times did I have the urge to never stop listening. Mostly though I was a bit bored.