The Death Cure (The Maze Runner #3) by James Dashner (English review)

The Death Cure (The Maze Runner #3)

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The Plot: The protagonist Thomas is held in solitary confinement because he dared not to be controlled by WICKED. So even after he believes he is going crazy and won't come out again, the Assistant Director Janson or Rat Man (that's how the Gladers call him) release Thomas finally.

The Gladers and Group B are told that there is a cure for the Flare, which is an illness that turns humans into zombie. Some of them were already immune, some not.
WICKED promises that their memories will be restored and the chips, which controlled their emotions will be removed. Yet, who can trust this organization after all what happened? Thomas, Teresa and Aris would also lose their ability to communicate telepathically.
Be that as it may, Thomas learns that Brenda and Jorge work for WICKED and he feels betrayed after all what happened. Brenda can still convince him, though that they had no choice and it was no real deception.

All who chose to do the operation suddenly turn against them and abandon the group and Thomas and the five remaining discover that there are other ways to remove the chips: Denver. A man called Hans can take the controlling chips out.

The Death Cure (The Maze Runner #3)

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