The Mysterious Benedict Society - The Men in the Maze — The Thing to Come Summary & Analysis

Trenton Lee Stewart
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In the chapter “The Men in the Maze,” Mr. Benedict went to sleep when he was surprised by the bell; so, it was Rhonda who told the children to go to the landing to meet Milligan. Constance had run off in the confusion. Milligan believed she was in the maze. To keep the children safe from the men who had come for them, Milligan took them into the maze with him. The saw the men’s flashlights, then heard a cry from Constance. Milligan led them into the room where the men were. After the men had turned on their flashlights, Milligan left. The children believed they’d been tricked. About the time the men were going to use their watches that doubled as Tasers on them, Milligan shot both of the men with a tranquilizer...

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