[Reading] ➷ The Death Cure Author James Dashner – Pandorajewelry70off.us

The Death CurePor Tr S De Uma Possibilidade De Cura Para O Fulgor, Thomas Ir Descobrir Um Plano Maior, Elaborado Pelo CRUEL, Que Poder Trazer Consequ Ncias Desastrosas Para A Humanidade Ele Decide, Ent O, Entregar Se Ao Experimento Final A Organiza O Garante Que N O H Mais Nada Para Esconder Mas Ser Poss Vel Acreditar No CRUEL Talvez A Verdade Seja Ainda Mais Terr Vel Uma Solu O Mortal, Sem Retorno.

James is the author of THE MAZE RUNNER trilogy and THE 13TH REALITY series He also published a series beginning with A DOOR IN THE WOODS with a small publisher several years ago He lives and writes in the Rocky Mountains.

[Reading] ➷ The Death Cure Author James Dashner – Pandorajewelry70off.us
  • Paperback
  • 368 pages
  • The Death Cure
  • James Dashner
  • Portuguese
  • 09 April 2017
  • 9788576833888

10 thoughts on “The Death Cure

  1. says:

    This book was wait a moment Let me bang my head until the author proves that there is one book to be published for us readers, or if this book was just a really, really good joke.Omigosh Do not tell me that this is the last book of this trilogy Do not tell me that the author just didn t answer all the questions we were waiting for And please do not freaking tell me that this is what we readers are getting after being such a fan of both The Maze Runner and Scorch Trials books.After happily reading The Scorch Trails and then excitedly waiting for this book for about 6 months, I yet again screamed with happiness as I also did with another book Bloodlines when I got to read it The story started with a good potential, it was interesting, I was feeling it I was reading it non stop and then suddenly in the middle of no where I am like, WTH is going on FAIL 1 CHARACTERS, CHARACTERS, CHARACTERS I do believe Thomas here just had this emotion for everything He was my close friend From deaths to betrayals to everything, he just considered every living human being as a friend Come on He could act like he loved people or atleast cared about someone just than friends And don t even get me...

  2. says:

    Well, that was a major disappointment.Was it just me or did it feel like the author had absolutely no idea where to go with this story I still feel like 90% of the book was left unexplained And for me it was completely a cop out view spoiler to have Thomas refuse getting his memories b...

  3. says:

    Wait are you telling me that the government completely anticipated every last move and this was exactly what was meant to happen Again Between the all knowing governments and coincidental memory loss, this book really lost my interest Everything is so freaking convenient The Maze Runner was intriguing.The Scorch Trials went a little left field This one is so far out of the ballpark that we are in the next county or possibly country The Main Pain Character StupidityExample Thomas and the rag tag group fly from one part of the country to another to seek the TRUTH The absolute worst part they park their flying ship right outside of city gates AND use fake paperwork with their real names to get into the city Then, they are completely flabbergasted when they are immediately tracked down by WICKED They spend so much time wondering aloud how this could have happened Could you imagine a blazing trail This behavior is not a one off The entire book is centered around acts and decisions like this The OTHER Main Pain Love Triangle Now, if you think the romance with Theresa was shoe horned in you are going to absolutely hate the Brenda one There s so much competition for Thomas and I have yet to see a competent argument for why either of them of them are interested Thomas spends the whole book mooning over one and then the other it didn t build tension, I jus...

  4. says:

    GAAAAAHHHHHHHHH I just read the synopsis on BN s website and it sounds totally EPIC Cannot wait 5th most popular book this month Alright Dashner DANG I actually did not fancy this book at all view spoiler Ugh I hate to say it but I was extremely dissapointed by the finale of The Maze Runner series, The Death Cure It was written well like the other books but I have to say that the plot and the end were terrible I can t even describe how dissapointed I am because I love the first two books and I had faith that James Dashner would be able to make this last one just as awesome or better, like all finales should be Well, he has failed at doing that, in my opinion.First of all, I absolutely HATED how Teresa, whom I love so dearly and wanted Thomas to love just the same, was practically NEVER in this book She was probably only present for a total of like 15 pages scattered throughout the book She served almost no purpose in the book other than to cause Thomas to feel a little betrayed and to save his life in the end which any of his other friends could have done, so nothing really special on her part She was a very promising character and she could have brought so much to this book, but it seems like Dashner just decided to throw her ou...

  5. says:

    1.5 stars It s a very old axiom, but do you believe the end can justify the means When there s no choice left NO No, I do not Especially when the end, which in this case is the supposed resolution of 900 pages worth of suspense and mystery, ultimately ends up being bullshit There is no explanation for anything and what little there is turns out to be the biggest fuckfest I have ever had the misfortune to read The Maze Runner trilogy started off with so much potential Yes, there were parts in The Maze Runner that grated on me like a wayward blender, but I lapped it up and dove into the next installment, eager as a three month old puppy The Scorch Trials disappointed me greatly, still I was like, It s okay, it s cool The third and final book will make up for it Right, guys Right RIGHT A little background information before this review spirals out the football field of sanity Thomas and the others have gotten out of the Scorch and back in Wicked s headquarters They are then offered a chance to get their memories back in order to fully complete this experiment and extract a cure for the Flare Now from what I remember of Thomas from the first book, he was Alice in a dystopian Wonderland Curious and always asking questions Where are we , Why are they doing this , Just answer my questions, dammit...

  6. says:

    MINHO IS AWESOME MINHO IS AWESOME MINHO IS AWESOME MINHO IS AWESOMEokay I think I made my point CANNOT WAITTTT why do authors like to torture people ___

  7. says:

    A message to everyone reading this review Hi It s nice to discuss The Death Cure with all of you There is a smorgasbord of grammatical mistakes in my review, and as I look back on what I wrote, I find myself disagreeing with myself When I have time to re read the Maze Runner trilogy and its prequel, I will review each book again, and hopefully I will do justice to what is indubitably one of the best cabin slash dystopian novels I ve ever read I ll still leave this review up, and if you d like to leave a comment, I d be happy to respond PS, when I read my review earlier, I realized I sounded um, let s say slightly immature and I glossed over the ideas behind the story itself I was once very attuned to the characters in a novel, but now find myself enjoying the beauty in the plot and philosophies of novels So when I re review this book, hopefully I ll sound less like a maniacal fangirl Okay That s about it for now Enjoy Spoilers are ahead.For those who have waited for so very long, my review is finally here Yaaayyyy.The Death Cure s end gave us a new hope, didn t it A hope for survival It was plainly obvious to me ...

  8. says:

    hmm. where to beginFirst, the title The Death Cure A little misleading perhaps I THINK SO There s NO cure There s not even hope for a cure Let s just all give up on our ridiculous plan to save the world that ended up having NO medical support at all La de dah de dah The death cure my foot.Second, this book really got me thinking why the heck is Thomas the almighty one I don t know how old he is, but I m just going to go out on a limb and guess 16ish Okay, so stick with me on this one Thomas is a young teenager who is immune to the flair He works at WICKED because let s be honest, what major scientific medical research facility doesn t hire young boys The Creators die somehow and for who knows what reason, Thomas and his equally young friend Teresa get to be in charge And are just the smartest leaders WICKED could have What the HE S NOT THAT SMART Third, RIP Newt But don t worry, Thomas will remember you every paragraph or so and his chest will ache or clench or whatever the heck it keeps doing.Fourth, no one knows who Chancellor Paige is Convenient of her to show up though.Fifth, are you getting tired of my counting , I m so glad we got to listen to Thomas complain about having no memories for the first two books and then when he finally gets the chance to get them back, he super wusses out and says no LOVED that part Totally ensured I d get to read of the stupid vague sentences that have no reward at all like it reminded Thomas of a ...

  9. says:

    Ok, first off I m going to say that I loved Maze Runner and Scorch Trials I ve been waiting for this final book for a long time The author does a great job with fast paced writing and action packed scenes The mysteries and puzzles were what intrigued me about this trilogy in the first place Right as you re trying to get one thing straight in your head, another crazy mind trick gets thrown at you, making you shake your head and ask a bunch of questions again So I was so excited to finally read death cure and get those answers Okay.now, the way this book failed for me was twofold First, the characters I loved Thomas I loved that he was smart and selfless and loyal and compassionate But he lost all of those qualities to me in Death Cure He didn t trust Wicked Ok, I get that but to not want to get his memories back Come on He just chose ignorance over knowledge and I don t think that was true to his character Then he rejected Teresa the whole time which I felt was unwarranted since after scorch...

  10. says:

    Rated 1 to 1.5 starsEver since I picked up the first book in this series, I ve thought to myself This book is only good if the ending is good Turns out it was nothing surprising and lacks substance.Major complaints The author did not explain WHY they need to put all these subjects through all these Variables Only a very loose and generic rationale was provided It just seems like a very poor excuse on the author s part to throw in some action and bloodbath into the series There is absolutely no purpose to any of those attacks and traps happening Does not add to the story at all Thomas never got his memory back Why _o Just another device to keep the reader in the dark I mean, why else would anyone read this book until the end otherwise Newt s note and its request You would think the content is something IMPORTANT But nope Other than for...

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