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Some are baggers some are med-jacks some are slopper some are keepers and some are runners like Thomas Against all odds Thomas managed to be a runner for his bravery and will to get out of the Maze The Maze Runner by James Dashner is a thrilling and heart pounding novel about Thomas who was put into an experiment of the simplest puzzle known to man a maze but not just any maze a maze that has no known exit He was put into this maze with all these other people they called themselves the Gladers These children from ages twelve to eighteen are the smartest children in the world and there job was to find their way out All these children have to go through all these variables to get to the final result The exit In this book there are many injustices and the characters could have chosen to avoid them or face them Thomas chose the latter Thomas believed that fighting against injustice is worth the price to pay because if he didnt then the end result would have been different When Minho and Alby where outside the Glade but couldnt get in because Alby was stung by a Griever Thomas went out to save them even though the gates were about to close and he wasnt allowed to He couldnt just stand there and watch his friends be locked out of the Glade and into the Maze with the blood thirsty bulbous Grievers As he broke the rules and took a step towards survival saving Minho and Alby from the man eating Grievers he was cast as the hero in the Glade without intending to and fought to get out of the maze once again Even though he was put in the same situation as all the other Gladers he was the only one determined to get out When he was purposely stung by a Griever to remember everything and
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