The Kill OrdereBook - 2012
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AL_LESLEY Nov 10, 2016
I actually liked this one! Not a huge fan of the Maze Runner trilogy, I didn't have high hopes for this prequel but I found myself enjoying the new characters, the structure of the narrative and the action. In this book you don't have the violence for the sake of violence. The characters have a b... Read More »
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Reyna_Avila_Grace thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 13 and 17
Peter Salmon thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 99
green_alligator_1013 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 11 and 99
Violence: The entire book is him fighting. Not extremely gory descriptions but I wouldn't recommend it for under 12
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Trina had been staring at the floor the entire time, but she slowly raised her head and looked at Mark. Her eyes were empty and dark.
"Who are you?" she asked.
- Page 271
And then Trina was rushing to Mark. Throwing her arms around his neck. Kissing him. A thousand thoughts flipped through his mind, and he saw her in all of them. Wrestling in the front yard of her house before they were old enough to know anything; saying hi in the school hallway; riding the subtrans; feeling her hand in the darkness after the flares struck; the terror of the tunnels, the rushing waters, the Lincoln Building; waiting out the radiation, stealing the boat, the countless treks across ruined, sweltering land. She'd been there with him through it all. With Alec. Lana. Darnell and the others.
And here, at the end of the fight, Trina was in his arms.
Monstrous noise and quaking took over the world, but he still heard what she whispered into his ear before the Berg came crashing into the building.
- Pages 323 to 324
She's immune to the Flare.
Do it before the crazy people find you.
- Mark's message to WICKED
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An amazing book that i recomend to others. Even though its not the best at the start it gets way better in the end.