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.
Smart, Interesting and Engaging
No, I spread it out over several days. I think it would be a lot to digest in one sitting.
It reminds me of some Kate Morton books. I like the way the story is woven of the past and present.
I liked when she finally came clean about her past. I understand why here having a secret was important to the story, but it felt forced that she wouldn't speak of her past openly.
No extreme reactions, but I did like it.
I didn't like it as much as the first two. It felt like an effort to wrap things up.
Sure, depending on what type of book they were looking for, I'd suggest they read the series if it fit the bill.
Yes. I listen at work and this was a good easy read. I enjoyed the story and the action. While I don't think it explores any great deeper meaning, it is good fun.
I found the relationships between the young men and their finding their place in the group interesting. I also liked witnessing the development of their friendships to each other.
Less interesting was any attempt at a love story or romance. I never really felt like I wanted Alice and Thomas to end up together. This book is good without a romance.
Yes. It was very easy to tell the difference between the characters and the pacing and attitude of the characters was well defined.
It could stand alone, but since the author has already written two, I'll say yes.
I do not think that a heroine who likes administration is an interesting choice. It seems like actual "action" is avoided by the author and when it is described it is awkward and hard to follow. I didn't like the main character and understood why the villains didn't like her and wanted to control her. I also didn't like the narrator's sing-songy way of reading. I won't return it so that I can remember I don't like this narrator.
She read prose like poetry, which I find annoying. Also, I didn't like the nasal "American" accent that she does.
The main character. You might have an interesting book if you explored some of the other, more nefarious, characters.
I didn't like that I could tell that this is a "laying the groundwork" kind of story, it seems to be written solely to setup future books. I did like the concept and action.
I found Paige's connections with people interesting, unfortunately those relationships weren't fully explored so we don't get depth or a reason to really like the characters she connects with.
I really like her pacing and attitude for Paige's character. I almost wish that she didn't have to read the other characters so that you could just enjoy her portrayal of Paige.
An Inventive Story, Well Developed Relationships, Creative Concept, Must Be Willing to Suspend Reality.
I don't recall laughing and it isn't really a crying book, but I did enjoy it.
The writer gave the characters a winsome quality. It's hard to imagine a more charming road trip of crimes and shenanigans. I loved the ending as well.
Every moment involving the elephant.
He gave the characters distinctive qualities without being distracting and his pacing was very good.
Yes. I plan on listening to it again very soon.
I couldn't choose. Which is exactly why I love this book so much. Each character is interesting and has depth.
When the priest reveals his indiscretion.
When he saves the little boy from the snow storm.
I have never reviewed a book before on audible. That's how much I liked this one.
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