Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

Genre: Science Fiction

Age Recommended: 12 and up

This book was a thrilling finish to the Maze Runner trilogy (I thought there were five books?!) and I really enjoyed the way that the series panned out. The character development was a little confusing, but I guess the book was supposed to mess with your head a little, so it’s okay. I can’t wait to read the other two books in this series; I believe they’re spin-offs!


Thomas is immune to the Flare. So are most of the people who were in the maze with him. The maze was a way for the organization controlling the experiments to basically mimic natural selection. Only the people who were immune survived.

Thomas and 11 of his friends made it through the maze and the scorch trials, which were phases one and two of the experiments. However, the end of this madness is not near.  Thomas and a few of his friends are being held by the organization for future experiments; to try to figure out what makes them immune to the flare.

He learns that the experiments will continue until the organization finds a cure for the Flare. Thomas escapes successfully from the experiments, but later realizes that the only way out and the only way to help his friends survive is to succumb to the experiments.

Will they survive?

If you would like to read this book, you can purchase it here: The Death Cure (Maze Runner, Book Three)

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