The Maze Runner by James Dashner has become a huge publishing sensation, and now it’s making waves at the movies. But Dashner has already moved on to his next series, the Mortality Doctrine trilogy. Here’s an exclusive excerpt from the final novel, The Game of Lives.
The star of The Maze Runner is the maze: a giant structure that towers over the boys trapped at the center of it. It's such a cool concept, you can see why the book was so popular. But the movie, while fun, doesn't quite do justice to this megastructure-driven story. Spoilers ahead...
There's been a spate of high-profile science fiction romances recently. But in The Maze Runner, it's friendships that are at the story's center. Author James Dashner explains to us why — and just why he thought it was important (and realistic) to focus on friendship instead of romantic love. Spoilers ahead!
Author James Dashner is here to answer our questions about his Maze Runner trilogy, the forthcoming movie adaptation, and anything else you want to know! UPDATE: This Q&A has been moved to next week — please hold on to your questions for James until then!
The Maze Runner is basically your next "young person is thrown into an illogical future situation and has to use their wits to survive and beat the government" movie. But this time it's starring a boy.
Editor's Note: This fall, James Dashner's dystopian novel of a place called The Glade, in which a young man named Thomas wakes up in a world surrounded by an unsolvable maze, will land in theaters. Dashner's story spans three books – The Maze Runner, The Scorch Trials, and The Death Cure, as well as its prequel, The…
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The beloved YA novel by James Dashner is finally coming to the big screen, and here's your first look! No lie, it looks fantastic.