What Wicked doesn't know is that something's happened that no Trial or Variable could have foreseen. Thomas has remembered far more than they think. And he knows that he can't believe a word of what Wicked says.
The time for lies is over. But the truth is more dangerous than Thomas could ever imagine.
Will anyone survive the Death Cure?
- To be honest, I had to take a break after The Scorch Trials. I was really angry, and I wanted answers. I'm glad I took my break. I think it made The Death Cure better for me.
- Did I get all my answers? Kinda sorta. That is all I'm willing to divulge.
- There was a lot of fluff and extra stuff that kinda slowed the story, and I felt like it wasn't needed. I didn't really need a whole chapter dedicated to Thomas walking towards a building.
- There were some crazy awesome scenes among the fluff though, and I couldn't read fast enough. The ending is especially exhilarating, and my eyes were just flying across the words trying to consume everything. Some of the bits about Newt really got my heart pumping as well.
- I thought this was an alright ending to the trilogy. It wasn't perfect, but I was happy with how things ended up. There are some sad moments, but that is to be expected from this series.
- It was really crazy to see Thomas's character change and evolve into a serious survivor. He isn't the same Thomas he was in The Maze Runner. I really liked seeing his character development.
- Of course, all great characters need great supporting characters. I liked some of the people, but hated others. I think I was supposed to hate the others though. I really loved Minho. He is one dedicated friend, and Thomas really needed him. There just isn't words to describe the relationship you get with someone after you've been through hell and back with them.
- I liked this better than 2nd book, but the 1st was the best. I don't know if I'll ever re-read this series, but it was worth reading once. I'm still looking forward to the prequel.