Please help improve it by removing unnecessary details and making it more concise. Many of those present are immune to the Flare while some are not, and escaping would serve no purpose, as people in the outside world despise the Immunes. Janson reads out names of people who are not immune to the Flare. Thomas is devastated to hear that his friend Newt is not immune.
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Educational Value Readers can think about the idea of a dystopia and compare this world with other tales of scary future worlds. Also, Thomas and his friends are part of scientific tests, and there's much talk of "variables" and piecing together patterns in the brain to cure a disease.
Readers can look up more about how scientists study human behavior in much less violent experiments than they find conducted in this series. Positive Messages This book shows how a government agency with too much power can lose sight of how to help the people they're supposed to serve.
And how that breed of government can often lead to violent opposition. He even considers sacrificing himself if he thinks it means saving more people -- and with the help of the people who have been horribly manipulating him at every turn.
These "scientists" continue their quest for a disease cure by staging trials that kill their teen subjects. Violence There are two significant deaths of characters followed through the series. One is crushed by a building and the other succumbs to the Flare disease that causes madness and begs to be shot -- Thomas eventually shoots him.
There are numerous fist fights; some intense electrocutions by specialized weapons; shooting deaths and a pinkie toe shot off; stabbings, broken glass and knife fights; and Thomas strangles someone to death. In a lawless city overrun by the diseased, people are "killing anything that moves" and there are hints of cannibalism.
A van is surrounded by diseased and people are thrown from the car and shot. Numerous people are crushed when a building collapses, others are sliced at by government machines. Thomas is in solitary confinement for 5 weeks with no shower.
Sex A couple kisses. Language The teens have their own slang. Fake swear words such as "shuck," "shuckface," "shucked in the head," "slinthead," "klunk," and "shanks" replace the real thing. And you'll see "bloody," "hell," and "dammit" a few times, as well.
What parents need to know Parents need to know that this final book in The Maze Runner Trilogy is just as dark as the other two. Adult "scientists" are still manipulating and killing teens and a whole city succumbs to a disease that causes madness, mass violence, and eventually cannibalism.
The publisher still has this series marked for ages 12 and up, but it's more in line with other dystopian novels marketed to 14 and up. Fans of the series will be shaken by deaths of two important characters. One sadly begs to be shot when he gets the disease.
Other violence is fairly constant and runs the gamut: The main character is forced to decide whether to sacrifice himself for what may be the greater good.The Death Cure is the finally conclusion to this heart-stopping wor The Maze Runner was the first survival-dystopian book I've ever read and I can't express the pulse-pounding rush I get from this series and what brought other book of this genre come to life in my world/5.
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