The Death Cure keeps readers on edge

The Death Cure is the third book of the Maze Runner series that has kept the world on the edge of its seat. In this book, there are lots of twists and turns.

One minute, the reader thinks that they have the whole chapter figured out. A few sentences later, everything they thought they knew is wrong and someone is probably dead (and that is not an exaggeration).

James Dashner has a way of making the reader love a character and then taking that character away when it is least expected, which could lead to tears if you have let yourself get too emotionally invested in the story.

Each twist and turn has a deeper meaning that the reader just has to wait and see. Sometimes, they have to really think about it because some meanings are obvious, but subtle at the same time.

All in all, The Death Cure is a great read and does justice to the rest of the series instead of being a flop of a third book.