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The Death Cure by James Dashner
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Mar 05, 12

it was amazing
bookshelves: post-apocalyptic, young-adult, dystopian, got-it-on-the-kindle
Read from November 07, 2011 to January 25, 2012

Wow. I really enjoyed this one! I was afraid that this trilogy would end up like the Hunger Games but I loved the way it ended. It was a slow start but the last half of the book was wonderful. I literally could not put it down. After putting so much time into reading the other novels I felt like I was connected to these characters and I was cheering them on the whole way. Yes, some of my favorite characters died, but unlike Mockingjay, Dashner gave his characters respectable deaths. He made sure that they went out in a way that made sense and fit into the story. He didn't just willy-nilly kill people off. Overall I enjoyed this book and am happy to see that things could turn out alright for the Gladers.
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01/04/2012 page 25
8.0% "Is it a bad thing that I'm already tired of WICKED's bullshit? God, I think if I were any of those kids, I would've just killed myself already - just to prove a point. I hope I don't get fed up and quit reading it..."

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