The Maze Runner - Chapters 37 - 38 Summary & Analysis

James Dashner
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Chapter Thirty-Seven

The Doors didn’t close which meant that they would offer no protection from the Grievers. Alby wanted Teresa locked up in the Slammer. Alby believed that she was responsible for all the changes. Teresa, her eyes sad, was taken away by two of the boys. Newt instructed the boys to stay with her and to make sure she was not harmed. She told Thomas to come see her in his mind. Although the sky really didn’t change, there was a sense of night that fell over the Glade. Alby and Newt issued special orders to all the Keepers. Gally was still missing; so, Newt ordered his group, the Builders, to put up barricades at each open door. Everyone had to sleep in the Homestead that night. Weapons were carried to the main building and nonperishable food was stored in...

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