The Maze Runner - Chapters 49 - 50 Summary & Analysis

James Dashner
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Chapter Forty-Nine

One short hour later, Thomas was sitting in front of the Keepers at a Gathering. There were two empty chairs – those of Zart and Gally. Though he was still ill from the Changing, he began relating his story. When he first started going through the Changing, he saw flashes of hundreds of images. The Creators were testing them. The Maze was a red herring. It was something that was never intended to be solved. The Creators wanted the survivors to do something for them.

The Creators had stolen all of them at young ages. They targeted kids who were above average in intelligence. He couldn’t remember anything about his family. After he was taken, he spent years in special schools until the Creators built the Maze. They named all the kids Alby for Albert Einstein, Newt for Isaac Newton, and...

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