The Maze Runner - Chapters 19 - 20 Summary & Analysis

James Dashner
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Chapter Nineteen

Thomas was horrified as the huge Griever came nearer. It was hard to describe – part animal and part machine. It was like a giant slug with no head or tail. It was six feet in length and four feet thick. Sharp metal spikes continuously popped up through its body. There were a number of arms protruding from the body. Some held lights; others were affixed with long needles. Thomas stayed perfectly still as he and Alby were suspended in the vines. He hoped the thing wouldn’t see them. Of course the beetle blade knew where they were.

Finally, the Griever reached the wall. Thomas held his breath as the Griever was right below them. Lights emanated from the Griever and shined randomly all over the area. Then suddenly, everything went dark. Thomas couldn’t see a think in the pitch...

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