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The End of the Maze

The Death Cure
The Death Cure by James Dashner

WICKED. Is it good? Teresa had “WICKED is good” on her arm when she came up in the lift in The Maze Runner, but the more memories come back to Thomas, the more he isn’t sure. They survived the maze, they survived the scorch, and now the members of WICKED say there are no more tests and no more lies, but even that isn’t entirely true. Will Thomas choose to regain the memories that WICKED suppressed before the maze? Will he choose to help find a cure or continue to rail against them? ┬áCan he forgive Teresa for what happened in the scorch? Find out what happens in the thrilling conclusion to the Maze Runner Trilogy, The Death Cure.

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