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The Scorch Trials by James Dashner
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bookshelves: 1st-person-mystery, dystopian, future, horror, sci-fi-fantasy, psychological-thriller, young-adult
Recommended for: young-adult, dystopian, post-apocalypse
Read from November 06 to 19, 2010, read count: 1

Not much more is revealed about WICKED, but it is no longer a secret, which takes a little bit of the mystery out of things. However, the machinations that naturally take place between people take front stage now.
Now, the question is, is WICKED manipulating the kids, or are they doing things for their own reasons?

I liked the first volume better, maybe because I listened to it on audio. Having different voices as the characters really brought them to life. Maybe the purposes of some of the new characters and situations will come to light in the third volume.

I just thought that most of the maze trials seemed to bring out a virtue that the scorch trials did not.

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