The Maze Runner - Chapters 27 - 28 Summary & Analysis

James Dashner
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Chapter Twenty-Seven

Thomas, Newt and Chuck headed out to see Alby. At the Homestead, Chuck was told to wait downstairs while Newt and Thomas saw Alby. When they entered his room, it appeared that Alby was asleep. Newt woke him up. He said that everything was going to change – he saw images of Thomas and the girl. Alby insisted that Newt leave to allow him to talk privately with Thomas. As soon as Newt left, Alby told Thomas that he knew who he was and who the girl was. He remembered the Flare – which meant nothing to Thomas. Alby responded that it wasn’t pretty. Alby tried to speak, but he was hit with a full-body seizure that caused him to thrash about. He called Newt back in for help. Although it was a struggle, Thomas took hold of Alby’s his legs...

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