The Maze Runner - Chapters 39 - 40 Summary & Analysis

James Dashner
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Chapter Thirty-Nine

It was obvious from his experience that Gally had lost his mind. He shouted that the Grievers would kill one person each night until it was over. Gally was filthy and had a noticeable limp. Again, he focused on Thomas and blamed him for everything. He brutally punched Thomas who fell to the ground. Newt pushed Gally away as he repeated his warnings and his belief that there was no resolution. He mentioned variables and trials. Newt told Gally to shut up; there was a Griever right outside the window.

Gally went wild and tore the boards down that had been placed over the window as barriers. In his struggle to subdue Gally, Newt was hit and knocked unconscious. Soon the thick body of the Griever had worked its way through the broken window. Just when it was ready to attack...

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