Monday, 12 September 2011

Review of The Maze Runner by James Dashner

Review of  The Maze Runner  by James Dasher   pub Random House 9780385737944


When Thomas awakes in a lift the only thing he remembers is his name. He doesn't know where he is and his memory is blank.
When the lift doors open he finds that he is not alone, the Gladers also have no memories of who they are. 
The maze walls close at night and open in the morning but change pattern each day,  And noone wants to be stuck in the maze after dark!
The maze is looking more and more insolvable as the book goes on, but is full of surprises and thrills throughout the story,
The Maze Runner is simply a brilliant book written by James Dasher.
                                                                                                     by Izzy Tinkler

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