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The Maze Runner Series Complete Collection (Maze Runner) [Format Kindle]

James Dashner
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Praise for the Maze Runner series:
#1 New York Times Bestselling Series
A USA Today Bestseller
A Book Sense Bestseller
An Indie Next List Selection
A Kirkus Reviews Best Teen Book of the Year
An ALA-YASLA Best Fiction for Young Adults Book
An ALA-YALSA Quick Pick
"[A] mysterious survival saga that passionate fans describe as a fusion of Lord of the Flies, The Hunger Games, and Lost."—
“Wonderful action writingfast-paced…but smart and well observed.”Newsday
“[A] nail-biting must-read.”—
“Breathless, cinematic action.”—Publishers Weekly
“Heart pounding to the very last moment.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Exclamation-worthy.”—Romantic Times
* “James Dashner’s illuminating prequel [The Kill Order] will thrill fans of this Maze Runner [series] and prove just as exciting for readers new to the series.”—Shelf Awareness, Starred
“Take a deep breath before you start any James Dashner book.”—Deseret News

Présentation de l'éditeur

Read James Dashner’s #1 New York Times bestselling Maze Runner series in this complete four-book collection, perfect for fans of The Hunger Games and Divergent. The first book, The Maze Runner, is now a movie featuring the star of MTV's Teen Wolf, Dylan O’Brien; Kaya Scodelario; Aml Ameen; Will Poulter; and Thomas Brodie-Sangster and the second book, The Scorch Trials, will soon be a movie, hitting theaters September 18, 2015! Also look for James Dashner’s newest novels, The Eye of Minds and The Rule of Thoughts, the first two books in the Mortality Doctrine series.
If you ain’t scared, you ain’t human.
When Thomas wakes up in the lift, the only thing he can remember is his name. He’s surrounded by strangers—boys whose memories are also gone.
Nice to meet ya, shank. Welcome to the Glade.
Outside the towering stone walls that surround the Glade is a limitless, ever-changing maze. It’s the only way out—and no one’s ever made it through alive.
Everything is going to change.
Then a girl arrives. The first girl ever. And the message she delivers is terrifying.
Remember. Survive. Run.
Praise for the Maze Runner series:
"[A] mysterious survival saga that passionate fans describe as a fusion of Lord of the Flies, The Hunger Games, and Lost."—
“Wonderful action writingfast-paced…but smart and well observed.”Newsday
“[A] nail-biting must-read.”—
“Breathless, cinematic action.” Publishers Weekly
“Heart-pounding to the very last moment.” Kirkus Reviews
“Exclamation-worthy.” Romantic Times
[STAR] “James Dashner’s illuminating prequel [The Kill Order] will thrill fans of this Maze Runner [series] and prove just as exciting for readers new to the series.”—Shelf Awareness, Starred

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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Décevant 9 décembre 2014
Par Franz
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Le premier volume est très sympathique : rythmé, original, prenant... Tout au plus peut on reprocher le langage aseptisé (voilà des adolescents qui ne jurent pas).
La suite de la trilogie est franchement décevante : l'intrigue ne se renouvelle pas, les rebondissements sont limités, et surtout, surtout, les mystères de la série ne sont jamais éclaircis, en particulier le passé des personnages principaux. Quant au final, il tombe complètement à plat (tout ça pour ça...).
Le quatrième volume enfin, ne sert à rien, et ne semble avoir aucun lien avec le reste de la série (nouveaux personnages, et une banale histoire de survie qui rappelle beaucoup le second volume).
Franchement, il y a des séries beaucoup plus recommendables, à commencer par les Hunger Games.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 a-MAZE-ing! 18 novembre 2014
Par Mafalda
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Loved it!
You're looking for the maze exit, and you're willing to find it so hard!
i was really into that book, along with Thomas and Theresa.
Same fears, same hunger for freedom, same joys, same relief.
And whenever you think it is finally over... well it starts again!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Tres bien 30 novembre 2014
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Si vous aimez '"the hunger games", vous devez acheter cette livre.
C'est tres comparable mais il y a plus d'action dans cette series.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 quadrilogie 9 novembre 2014
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achat effectué pour faire un cadeau. L'emballage est de bonne qualité. Comme je n'en serais pas la lectrice je ne peu faire un commentaire
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good read - a no-spoilers review 5 septembre 2014
Par MysteryLover35 - Publié sur
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This is a good sci-fi series that draws you in right from the start. Thirty teenage boys trapped in the center of a maze, with no idea as to where they are or why. Worst of all, none of the boys have any memories of their life before they got there. Things begin to change dramatically when the last two teenagers arrive, Thomas and Teresa (the only girl!).

I downloaded the complete collection and read all the books at once. Each book picks up right where the last one left off, so there is not much repetition when you read one right after the next. I definitely thought the first book (The Maze Runner) was the most enjoyable. While there was plenty of action, the characters seemed to do the most thinking in this book. The pacing was pretty good, revealing little bits at a time--enough that you felt it was moving and that there'd be some resolution at the end of it.

The Scorch Trials and The Death Cure shed more light on the mystery of the maze, as well as what life is like in the real world. Dashner did a great job creating a really creepy and scary feeling of life outside of the maze, making some characters almost wish they were back there. There were a lot of very suspenseful scenes, however, I thought there was too much action. It seemed they just kept running from one fight to the next and it got tiresome. I know this book is really targeted to a younger audience, so that might not be a problem for them.

The fourth book was not what I expected at all. I was hoping for more of the story of Thomas and Teresa before the maze. The Kill Order, however, is set several years before Thomas and Teresa ever enter the picture. Instead, it describes how the world got to the state it did. Again I thought there was too much running around and not enough information on why things happened. I don't want to give anything away, but I felt the motivation of those in charge left me with many questions.

I would recommend to anyone who likes sci-fi with a lot of action.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Dashner is a mastermind! INCREDIBLE journey!!! 11 août 2014
Par Cshaf51 - Publié sur
This will be a rather lengthy in depth review of the series collectively, excluding the prequel. I will start the review by giving my overall opinions and feelings, and conclude with basic book by book synopsizes, which I will try to just hit the big ideas and leave out major spoilers.

I picked up this book after seeing the trailer for the Movie. As a member of the Teen Wolf Fandom, I had to get in on the action since Dylan O'Brien, our favorite non-supernatural of Teen Wolf, and my personal favorite actor was playing the lead of the movie adaptation of The Maze Runner. He is a profound actor so I had to read the series before the movie came out.

BEST literary decision I have made in sometime. The second book of the series actually makes it into my top 2 favorite books of all time, number one is reserved for TFiOS, but The Scorch Trials is two for sure. TMR is easily in the top 5 and The Death Cure ranks in the top 10. This series is magnificent. Many compare it to THG or Divergent, which it is similar in the respect that it revolves around teens and is a part of a dystopian society, however the story in this series is unlike anything I have ever read. It is one of the only trilogies I have read that everything is not so black and white. You read this series and every 50-100 pages you find your self rooting for the bad guys, then rooting for the good guys, then no longer knowing who is good or bad, if the main characters are good or bad or what the heck is going on!!! Perhaps the protagonist is actually bad, maybe the antagonists are good, you just don't know what to think!!! It is so profoundly written and keeps you guessing all 1000+ pages of the series, and about 200 chapters. They are a fast read as each book is like 60-75 chapters long and chapters range usually from 3-6 pages each. Anyway, Dashner got it right. It is unlike any story I have ever read and I am an avid reader, about 1-2 novels a week. These books took me about a week to get through collectively, and it was so worth it. They have been a complete inspiration.

Now on to what is going on in the series, and my book by book reviews. (You can find multiparagraph reviews on the individual books by me as well)

Book 1: The Maze Runner. 4.7/5 PROFOUNDLY INCREDIBLY GOOD!!! Basic overview: Dystopian society, a group called WICKED (that may or may not actually be wicked) is in place and rounds up a group of kids and places them into the center of a maze. Together they must find the way out. They are a self sustaining society and have farms, resources, homesteads, and all essentials. The problem is: Greivers live in the maze, and they will attack and kill you. The maze doors are open during the day while the runners look for a way out, while the Greivers are less active. At night the doors close and the geivers come out, while the gladers remain safe in the homestead. That is until Wicked decides to leave the doors open allowing the greivers to come in and out freely, taking many lives with them and forcing the gladers to have to solve a potentially unsolvable maze immediately. This is Trial one of a human experimentation project enacted by wicked. We find out why in book 2. If you don't wish to know why, do not read my synopsis of book 2, I'll scratch the surface of why, but will leave out many of the details. This is a wonderful book that has action nearly every minute! It is light action for the first half followed by solid action the second half.

Book II: The Scorch Trials: 4.9/5, MY Favorite book of the series, and the book that makes this series my favorite trilogy of all time.
The remaining gladers are now on to trial two of the human experiment. Wicked forces the group to cross a 100 mile desert like area called the scorch to get to the safe haven. This is infested with Cranks, who are regular people inflicted with a disease called the flare. Wicked exists for the sole purpose of creating a cure to the flare, thus the reason for human experimentation. (also hence why we don't know who to pull for, as these guys are letting kids kill and fight and die, yet it could be for a greater good) The Cranks are ultimate crazy people, the disease makes them violent and crazy and is spread by air, with symptoms much like those of rabies or mad cow disease. Wicked tells the gladers they will have been infected and will get a cure if they make it to the safe haven at the end of the 100 mile journey in 14 days on foot in like 150 degree conditions, with no food or resources. If they don't make it, they may fully fall to the flare and become cranks themselves.

Book III: 4.4/5 AMAZING BOOK, Solid ending, but I do wish there was another 25 pages to give us a more satisfying ending, the ending was incredible, but I would have just liked a little bit more, but the journey was still good enough to keep this book in my top 10 of all time and keep the series in my favorite trilogy of all time.
Some gladers are taken to wicked headquarters for phase III. After breaking out, the gladers go to denver, and regroup and end up potentially working for a group designed to take down wicked, which is what the gladers want after all the inhumane and torture wicked put them through. The effort to take them down comes down to a MAGNIFICENT conclusion with you no longer knowing to side with wicked, or the Right Arm, or both, and the gladers don't know themselves. Wicked has more people ready to start retesting humans, so if the human race is to be saved, and not completely die out because of the flare and the cranks, something has to be done to save those who are getting ready to enter the maze again, since attempt one failed since the gladers escaped. This all combines to one bloodbath of a conclusion, as war on Wicked and war on the Right Arm and war on the Gladers occurs. There are so many little twists and turns I am profoundly flabbergasted at how dashner kept the story lines together. So much little twists occurred It will leave you confused (in a good way) wanting more and hanging on to every little word. With that said, the last 50 pages of this book are completely brutal and that perhaps makes this the most violent of the series, but they were so good, I flew thru them in 25 minutes.

In summary, this is an amazing series unlike anything I have ever read or seen. It is so underrated and I urge you to read it. It is clean from language and sexual tendencies, but is strong in violence, especially in book 3 where desperation begins to grow. I recommend it for anyone 13+. It is so worth the journey, even if the ending could have been more, it is still a solid ending and the journey is one of the most incredible I have read. Dashner is a complete mastermind and I cannot wait for the movies.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Could not put it down! 4 juin 2014
Par Sarah Dorman - Publié sur
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The first three books were amazing and they all connected to each other either character wise or through the plot. But the fourth book was COMPLETELY different than the first three and I wasn't sure if I would be interested in it; but as it turned out I couldn't put the book down lol. Plus it explained exactly HOW it all started, so no complaints...Except for the fact that I like a first person point of view and these books are written in a third person point of view. Either way it was beautifully written and really made you think. Ultimately I thoroughly enjoyed reading the series and have told everyone I know that they should read the full series.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Enjoyed The Series, But Had To Really Focus On The Read 16 octobre 2014
Par LJ - Publié sur
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I enjoyed this series, but began to get bogged down with the read by the time I got to the third book. As recommended, I read the prequel "The Killzone" first. I'm glad I did; however, it didn't help any in understanding books 1-3. I'm not so sure it even related to the series at all, except to show how the FLARE came about.

I really got into the first book. It was interesting and different from the many other books of this genre. By the time I got halfway through the second book, I was finding myself getting bored with the read. There was a lot of redundancy in stating the same thing over and over by using different types of phrases and words. Okay...I get it, why be repetitive about something that has already been explained and/or presented? It seemed the author used this technique to get as many words as possible into the books to meet a word count quota.

Some of the scenarios were just not believable. For a 17 year old boy to take as much physical punishment as was depicted in this series and still be standing was ridiculas. Constant beatings, getting cut, physical exhaustion and mentally debilitating situations that even an adult in great physical condition wouldn't even be able to contend with. It's like Thomas was this superhuman kid that could regain his energy in just a couple of hours. It just was not realistic, imho.

The author could have done a much better job at explaining more about why things were happening, more clarification as to who WICKED was and expound upon why the tests, variables and blueprints of the mind were needed. How did Commissioner Paige come about? Who was she...really? Why was Rat Man the bad guy? Where did he come from?

Thomas was touted as the "real leader", but he never truly took on a leadership role. Thomas was depicted as one of the geniuses, if not the smartest one, but he was not portrayed that way. I got so tired of the way the author made him out to be a whiner, indecisive, a follower...yet, he was supposed to be this 'last chance hero' that was going to save the world. I won't even get into the mental love fest he had going on between Brend and Teresa. I personally think Minho is the one character that will be remembered the most in this series. That's who Thomas should have been portrayed as.

I was disappointed in the ending. After all everyone went through, fighting for their lives every step of the way, thinking there was going to be a cure, that they were the answer...and then...

I'll leave it at that. We'll all wait 3-4 years now for all the movie episodes to come out.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 The books were full of needless exposition that could have easily been avoided if the author actually took the time ... 2 octobre 2014
Par eeeeeeelizabeth - Publié sur
These are some of the most poorly written books I've ever read. "Thomas felt that _____" over and over and over again. The books were full of needless exposition that could have easily been avoided if the author actually took the time to show characters interacting with each other. Dashner consistently told the reader what the charters were feeling instead of showing the reader with the character's actions. I read the entire series and I cannot give any defining characteristic of the main character. This book is the ultimate self-insert. Huge Gary Stu. Extremely boring writing. The whole time I was reading I felt like the only reason these books were written was to make a profit off the burgeoning teen dystopian lit genre.
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