Tuesday, 10 July 2018

Possesses A Unique Type Of Narration And Holds The Attention Of Anyone Who Reads It Till The Very End : The Maze Runner By James Dashner

Dashner, gives each and every character in the novel a different sort of attractive trait. The ominous point of view substantially covers every aspect of what’s going on in the novel.

The book isn’t just young—adult—post—apocalyptic science fiction; this book is a roller coaster of emotions and a constant pressure of the ongoing climax. This dystopian novel starts off with a young boy called Thomas who wakes up on an elevator box and has no idea of what’s going on. He wakes up to see Glade, a large area of land that’s closed by high concrete walls. What is he doing here? Why is he here? The diverse work of Thomas’s thoughts on every character and the main abstract idea as a whole will leave the readers awestruck. Experience the action and thrill at Medialaze.

The book could be very confusing at the start, but as it goes on you will be compelled to keep reading it. Dashner accomplishes his duty of making a good story line yet keeping the reader’s eye peeled at all times. Obviously, this is a “teen” novel and there is a subplot love story that goes on between Thomas and Teresa. Unlike some novels which forget their main objective of keeping a story line together, this novel doesn’t just concentrate on the love story as it’s not the main plot. Feel the thrill at Medialaze.

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