Book Review: The Death Cure by James Dashner

3.20.2014

Genre: Sci-Fi
Ages: 13 and Up

                          Each time I read a sci-fi book, I begin to realize just how much I love this genre. Once again, James Dashner has presented another outstanding work of writing that I just couldn't put down. This book definitely had many surprises and the ending was satisfying yet not what I would've pictured. I am now a true Maze Runner series fan, and I cannot wait for the movies to come out! This book, and the first two in it's series, are utterly amazing and anyone who's looking for a good read will love them.

About:
                          Thomas and his friends find themselves back under the iron fist of the organization that started all of their suffering. And this time, they are ready to fight back. After barely managing to escape the organization's headquarters, they begin a treacherous journey into a city called Denver.
                          Thomas desperately wants to take a stand, and rise against those who made him suffer. But what he and the others don't realize is that nothing is what it seems, not anymore. Infected people live in hiding, trying to keep the Flare away from others. But as more and more obviously begin to get sick, Thomas starts to realize that maybe they've encountered a problem that no one can solve.

                          Have you read this book before, or another one similar to it? If so, tell us what you thought about it right here at Reading Soup, or on my Google Plus profile page! Was it good, or bad? What was your favorite part? Would you recommend it to other readers? It's always great to hear your opinions on different books! Happy Spring, and read on!

- The Soup Chef  


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