“I think that this book is really interesting. I loved reading this at night because I constantly looked around if there were any of those grievers around me. It made feel really into the book and I couldn't put it down until I finished it. Literally. I stayed up into the morning hours to finish it. Then I went onto the next book. That one wasn't as interesting though. This book is about a boy who wakes up in a box and doesn't remember anything except for his name. When the box opens, he finds that there are a whole bunch of other kids there. He was the last person to ever come to the Glade for the boys. There was also a girls side. The girls and the boys are competing to see who can get out of the glade first. But the thing is, is that they weren't given any instructions on what to do. They were just placed into the Glade. They set out to work as soon as he came. All of them knew that there were walls surrounding the Glade that contained a maze. The thing was that they didn't know what that had to do with their getting out besides the face that there was probably a way out when they completed the maze. Eventually the boys figured out that the walls of the maze moves and that there is a pattern. They work hard and figure out the pattern. What they do after that I will keep a mystery. I don't want to give out everything. I have said too much already. So overall I think this was an AWESOME BOOK. If Shelfari had a million stars instead of 5 I would rate it a million.”
Mie wrote this review Monday, February 4, 2013.