In 1984 by George Orwell and The Maze Runner by James Dashner they both emphasize the good of controlling the characters into thinking what they want them to think. In 1984, Winston Smith has trouble with oppression in Oceania. A society where the party members scrutinize the actions of the citizens in the society, with the ever watching Big Brother. Winston dares to write his thoughts in a diary and pursues
The Maze Runner by James Dashner was a thrilling and enticing read, especially readers who are interested in dystopian science fiction novels. The 62 chapter book and epilogue brings a sense of bravery and friendship to the reader’s mind that may be difficult to find in other aspects of life or books/stories. Furthermore, the movie was incredibly different from the book and seemed less thought through. In the book, James Dashner
The Maze Runner, James Dashner, published October 6, 2009. This book is about a group of boys who live in a place called the glade surrounded by a maze, working together to conquer escaping maze and when the first girl ever to arrive (Teresa), seems to somehow know the main character, Thomas. I prefer the book better than the movie because in the book I could imagine everything and loved it.