The Maze Runner Quotes

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James Dashner
“You are the shuckiest shuck faced shuck in the world!”
James Dashner, The Maze Runner

James Dashner
“It's kind of hard to ask a dead guy what he did wrong.”
James Dashner, The Maze Runner

James Dashner
“But there was something about the largest object in the solar system vanishing that tended to disrupt normal schedules.”
James Dashner, The Maze Runner

James Dashner
“I just...feel like I need to save everyone. To redeem myself.”
James Dashner, The Maze Runner

James Dashner
“Ah, my Knight in Shining Armor. What, you don't think I can fend for myself?”
James Dashner, The Maze Runner

James Dashner
“Quit voting me down before you even think about what I'm saying.”
James Dashner, The Maze Runner

James Dashner
“Newt..."
"Do it before I become one of them!"
"I..."
"KILL ME!" And then Newt's eyes cleared, as if he'd gained one last trembling gasp of sanity, and his voice softened.
"Please, Tommy. Please."
With his heart falling into a black abyss, Thomas pulled the trigger.”
James Dashner, The Death Cure

“Great. We're all bloody inspired.”
Newt The Maze Runner by James Dashner

James Dashner
“Zart the fart, you start.”
james dashner, The Maze Runner

James Dashner
“Shouldn't someone give a pep talk," Minho asked, pulling Thomas's attention away from Alby.

"Go ahead," Newt replied.

Minho nodded and faced the crowd. "Be careful," he said dryly, "Don't die."

Thomas would have laughed if he could, but he was too scared for it to come out.

"Great. We're all bloody inspired," Newt answered then pointed over his shoulder toward the Maze, "You all know the plan. After two years of being treated like mice, tonight we're making a stand. Tonight we're taking the fight back to the Creators, no matter what we have to go through to get there. Tonight the Grievers better be scared.”
James Dashner, The Maze Runner

James Dashner
“With time to think, the full reality of what had happened hit Thomas like a falling boulder. Ever since Thomas had entered the Maze, Newt had been there for him. Thomas hadn’t realized just how much of a friend he’d become until now. His heart hurt.
He tried to remind himself that Newt wasn’t dead. But in some ways this was worse. In most ways. He’d fallen down the slope of insanity, and he was surrounded by bloodthirsty Cranks. And the prospect of never seeing him again was almost unbearable. [...]
He pulled the envelope out of his pocket and ripped it open, then took out the slip of paper. The soft lights that ringed the mirror lit up the message in a warm glow. It was two short sentences:
Kill me. If you’ve ever been my friend, kill me.


Thomas read it over and over, wishing the words would change. To think that his friend had been so scared that he’d had the foresight to write those words made him sick to his stomach. And he remembered how angry Newt had been at Thomas specifically when they’d found him in the bowling alley. He’d just wanted to avoid the inevitable fate of becoming a Crank.
And Thomas had failed him. [...]

“Newt suddenly twisted around and grabbed Thomas by the hand holding the gun. He yanked it toward himself, forcing it up until the end of the pistol was pressed against his own forehead. “Now make amends! Kill me before I become one of those cannibal monsters! Kill me! I trusted you with the note! No one else. Now do it!”
Thomas tried to pull his hand away, but Newt was too strong. “I can’t, Newt, I can’t.”
“Make amends! Repent for what you did!” The words tore out of him, his whole body trembling. Then his voice dropped to an urgent, harsh whisper. “Kill me, you shuck coward. Prove you can do the right thing. Put me out of my misery.”
The words horrified Thomas. “Newt, maybe we can—”
“Shut up! Just shut up! I trusted you! Now do it!”
“I can’t.”
“Do it!”
“I can’t!” How could Newt ask him to do something like this? How could he possibly kill one of his best friends?
“Kill me or I’ll kill you. Kill me! Do it!”
“Newt …”
“Do it before I become one of them!”
“I …”
“KILL ME!” And then Newt’s eyes cleared, as if he’d gained one last trembling gasp of sanity, and his voice softened. “Please, Tommy. Please.”
With his heart falling into a black abyss, Thomas pulled the trigger.”
James Dashner, The Death Cure

James Dashner
“In other words, a considerable portion of your extraordinary gift comes from the simple fact that you very much want to do good." -Master George”
James Dashner, The Hunt for Dark Infinity

James Dashner
“It’s your incalculable ability to trust others that has always touched me. And I’m sorry to have taken advantage of it so many times”
- Dr. Paige”
James Dashner, The Fever Code

James Dashner
“I'm so sorry," he whispered to her, knowing she couldn't hear. I'm so sorry."
Her mouth moved, working to speak, and he leaned in to make out what she was trying to say.
"Me ... too," she whispered. "I only ever ... cared for...”
James Dashner, The Death Cure

“WICKED is good”
James Dashner The Death Cure, The Maze Runner Trilogy

James Dashner
“Please, Tommy. Please. (Newt in The Death Cure, Page 250. The Maze Runner Trilogy).”
James Dashner, The Death Cure

James Dashner
“You da boss”
James Dashner, The Maze Runner

James Dashner
“You're welcome. I was just trying to help.' Thomas felt like kicking him in the face.”
James Dashner, The Maze Runner

James Dashner
“A small hole in his shirt revealed a gooey red blob right in the meaty part above his armpit, blood pouring from the wound. It hurt. It hurt bad. If he’d thought his headache downstairs had been tough, this was like three or four of those, all smashed into a coil of pain right there in his shoulder. And spreading through the rest of his body.
Newt was at his side, looking down with worried eyes.
“He shot me.” It just came out, a new number one on the list of the dumbest things he’d ever said. The pain, like living metal staples running through his insides, pricking and scratching with their little sharp points. He felt his mind going dark for the second time that day.”
James Dashner, The Scorch Trials

James Dashner
“Ella sonrió por primera vez y él casi tuvo que desviar la mirada, como si no tuviera derecho de contemplar su expresión. Pensó que no podía ocurrir algo tan lindo en un lugar tan sombrío y gris.”
James Dashner, The Maze Runner

James Dashner
“Thomas felt his spirits lift, but immediately squashed them back down. Getting his hopes up was something he’d sworn never to do again. Not until all this was over.”
James Dashner, The Scorch Trials

James Dashner
“You're Subject A-two," Newt answered. Then he lowered his eyes
"And?" Thomas pushed.
Newt hesitated, then answered without looking at him. "It doesn't call you anything. It just says . . . 'To be killed by Group B.”
James Dashner, The Scorch Trials

James Dashner
“Great, we’re all bloody inspired. (Newt in The Maze Runner)”
James Dashner, The Maze Runner

James Dashner
“Thomas remembered the image of the Cranks at the windows back at the dorm. Like living nightmares, missing only a death certificate to make them official zombies.”
James Dashner, The Scorch Trials

James Dashner
“We can’t try to outguess them anymore. Sometimes they do things just to make me do the opposite of what they think I think they think I want to do.”
“Huh?” the three of them asked at the same time, confusion transforming their faces.”
James Dashner, The Death Cure

James Dashner
“Thomas thought about how he’d always felt a connection to her, ever since she arrived in the Glade. He wanted to dig a little more and see what she said:
-What are you talking about?
-Wish I knew. I’m just trying to bounce ideas off you to see if it sparks anything in your mind.”
James Dashner, The Maze Runner

James Dashner
“It’s kind of hard to ask a dead guy what he did wrong. (Minho from The Maze Runner)”
James Dashner, The Maze Runner

James Dashner
“Be careful, don’t die. (Minho from The Maze Runner trilogy)”
James Dashner

James Dashner
“Memories had come back to Thomas on several occasions. The Changing, the dreams he’d had since, fleeting glimpses here and there, like quick lightning strikes in his mind. And right now, listening to the white-suited man talk, it felt as if he were standing on a cliff and all the answers were just about to float up from the depths for him to see in their entirety. The urge to grasp those answers was almost too strong to keep at bay.
But he was still wary. He knew he’d been a part of it all, had helped design the Maze, had taken over after the original Creators died and kept the program going with new recruits. “I remember enough to be ashamed of myself,” he admitted. “But living through this kind of abuse is a lot different than planning it. It’s just not right.”
James Dashner, The Death Cure

James Dashner
“Brenda frowned, then focused on Thomas. “You’re—we’re—doing the right thing.”
“I don’t think there is a right or wrong anymore,” Thomas said, hearing the numbness in his own voice. He desperately wanted sleep. “Only horrible and not-quite-so-horrible.”
James Dashner, The Death Cure

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