The Maze Runner - Chapters 33 - 34 Summary & Analysis

James Dashner
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Chapter Thirty-Three

Minho and Thomas entered the Maze through the West Door into Section Eight. Thomas kept up with Minho as best he could, sometimes having to sprint in order to catch up. They ran through a doorway that led to Section One. Minho explained that that particular door was stable and never moved. It was the rearranging of the other walls that confused things. They continued to run, taking some notes describing their movements but committing most to memory. He based his new map for the day on the one for the day before. As Minho took a right down one corridor, he cut a large piece of ivy out of the wall and threw it on the ground – leaving a trail of “crumbs” behind them like Hansel and Gretel. Minho let Thomas practice cutting ivy swatches on the run.

Minho told...

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