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Maze Runner Prezi

My Prezi of my maze runner project
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trevor bradley

on 10 October 2012

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The theme of this book is
is that no matter how bad something feels or how long you think some thing will take never give up on what you believe in and what you think is right Maze Runner by JAMES DASHNER greenie
shank
shuck face
keeper
slopper
creators
klunk “They stood in a vast courtyard several times the size of a football field, surrounded by the four enormous walls made of gray stone and covered in spots of thick ivy. The walls had to be hundreds of feet high and formed a perfect square around them, each sides split in the exact middle by an opening as tall as the walls themselves..” Ch.2 BY JAMES DASHNER Thomas was the hero throughout the entire book even if at first everyone else saw him as just another "greenie". I guess that they thought only the ones who had real experience were the leaders. Even though in his mind he was the "greenie"who didn't know anything but, he was worthy of the title 'runner' from the very start he just didn't know it yet I JUST LOVED THESE WORDS BECAUSE IT JUST SHOWS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE WOrDS OF THE GLADERS AND THE WORds we use in our lives. FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE Harsh sounds of chains and pulleys, like the workings of a ancient steel factory, echoed, through the room. DICTION SYMBOLISM WICKED-World in catastrophe killzone
Experiment department-ch.33 IMAGERY “Ben’s head snapped violently to the left, twisting his body until he landed on his stomach, his feet pointed toward Thomas. He made no sound” Ch. 11 “There was the sound of snapping wire. The whoosh of an object slicing through the air. The sickening, wet thunk of it finding home” Ch. 11

“The early-morning light had a sharp sheen about it, making everything look bright and crisp-the ivy, the cracked walls, the stone blocks of the ground” Ch.33
‘He began his new life standing up, surrounded by cold darkness and stale dusty air’ Something’s fishy about you, and im gonna find out. You're so stupid you might as well be a dog! You're as shuck as my 3 year old. Your voice reminds me of the noise the waves made when i was a kid. 'If we just had more clues-He froze,hit by a dizzy spell;he would've fallen if he hadn't had shelves to lean on-CH.45 FLASHES OF INSIGHT BY JAMES DASHNER MAZE RUNNER MAZE RUNNER 'MAYBE You should just push that button'
Chuck said-ch.57 ALBY REMINDS ME OF MY FRIEND JORDEN CRAIG. SOMeTIMES MY FRiend thInks he Is the boss of everyone around hIm even though he is not best suited for the 'boss'. though In THE NOVEL I CAN JUST REALLY CONNECT WITH SURVIVAL INSTINCT OF IT, BEING A HUNTER I LOVE THESE BOOKS THAT REALLY SHOW THAT WE DONT NEED ELECTRONICS THAT WE HAVE COME SO DEPENDENT ON CONNECTIONS
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