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The Fever Code, by James Dashner

Book: The Fever Code

Author: James Dashner

Year: 2016


Once there was a world’s end.

The forests burned, the lakes and rivers dried up, and the oceans swelled. 543 more words


Top 5 Wednesday: Non-Horror Books that Scared You

Hey guys! I’m back with another Top 5 Wednesday post! Since it’s nearly Halloween I thought I’d discuss some books with spooky scenes and I find that I get scared more by non-scary books than I do scary books, if that makes sense?! 598 more words


The Scorch Trials

Rarely has a movie title been more appropriate than this one, a series of scenes in which the characters are assaulted by relentless tests, each one more difficult than the last. 52 more words



Anyone who knows me will definitely know about my love for the Maze Runner trilogy. If you haven’t read these books yet or even seen the first film then I would HIGHLY recommend getting a copy or putting some time aside to see the first film. 867 more words

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The Scorch Trials - James Dashner

Warning: Possible Spoilers

After escaping the maze, Thomas and the other surviving Gladers’ are pulled into another experiment run by WICKED. They have two weeks to cross the Scorch, a desolate wasteland infested with sufferers of the Flare, a man-made disease that slowly damages the brain. 507 more words

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The Sis Reviews: The Maze Runner Trilogy by James Dashner

Finished these books last week except The Kill Order, but that’s a prequel (mkey just saw that there’s another prequel – The Fever Code). Well I tried to read this trilogy earlier in the year and in Latvian, but that didn’t go that well – I got bored and I didn’t like the translation, also the book was huge and heavy and way more bigger than the ones I was reading. 538 more words

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The Scorch Trials - Book and Movie Review (And My Random Thoughts)

Solving the Maze was supposed to be the end. But, IT WASN’T. So, unfortunately that means Thomas (and Newt…that’s who I mainly care about) have to go through another trial. 1,051 more words

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