The Maze Runner - Chapters 23 - 24 Summary & Analysis

James Dashner
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Chapter Twenty-Three

Thomas worried that Alby would turn into a psycho like Ben had. Alby’s screams continued through the day and night. Thomas was still fatigued and sore all over. The emotional trauma was worse than the physical pain. He had so many questions about Glade, the Creators, and his new life. A need for revenge against those who sent him there began to grow within him. If in two years Newt and the others couldn’t solve the mystery of the Maze and why they had been sent to the Glade, how could he?

Chuck brought Thomas dinner that night. He told him that he was the talk of the town for doing the impossible. Thomas felt a burst of pride which quickly vanished with thoughts of Alby. Both Thomas and Minho were heroes for killing four of the beasts. Newt...

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