Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials: The Official Graphic Novel Prelude

Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials: The Official Graphic Novel Prelude

Escaping the Maze was only the beginning.

The world thought it had seen the worst after the Sun Flares struck the Earth’s surface, and millions of people were killed. But then an unstoppable illness ravaged the bodies and minds of the remaining survivors. Simply known as the Flare, the disease seemed unstoppable until a cure was discovered, but that relief came at a human cost.

Now it's up to Thomas, Teresa and the others, who will discover that while they may have escaped the Maze, they've entered into an experiment more terrifying than anything they could imagine. Explore how the terrifying W.C.K.D. came to be, and how the very first Maze was designed. Discover what it takes to survive in a post-Flare world, against the violent Cranks that have begun to take over humanity, only to learn that the Glade may not be the only Maze W.C.K.D. was running.

With over 6.5 million books in print, and an international hit film series, it’s plain to see fans lost themselves in James Dashner’s bestselling series. Featuring an introduction from Dashner himself, this collection of all new short stories reveals the hidden histories of your favorite Gladers, including Aris, Ava Paige, and Mary Cooper before The Scorch Trials hits theaters on September 18.

Title:Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials: The Official Graphic Novel Prelude
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781608867509
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    Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials: The Official Graphic Novel Prelude Reviews

  • Zombieslayer/Alienhunter {comatose with common sense}

    In the vein of other reviewers, I'm going to recommend you read that freaking introduction.If the adaptation of The Maze Runner pissed you off, or The Scorch Trials already looks like it'll piss you ...

  • Zachary Love

    First of all, if the introduction doesn't thrill you, you're not a true Maze Runner fan. James Dashner actually EXPLAINS why the books and movie(s) are different, making me proud to be a Dashner fan! ...

  • Daisy

    Quality Rating: Four StarsEnjoyment Rating: Four StarsA really interesting collection of short stories in graphic novel form from before The Maze Runner starts. I think the marketing is a bit off sinc...

  • Julianna Wagar

    This graphic novel answered a lot of my questions and was a fast easy read! I recommend all Gladers to read this book!...

  • Abel

    Grade: A-I never realized they made a Prequel Graphic Short Stories of Book-to-Film Adaptation.This made me still Confused today because this focused on the Film instead of Book. It’s Complicated to...

  • Katie

    This was actually a really great addition to the movies and the books. This helped clear up some of the more confusing bits of the story and would definitely help people just watching the movies under...

  • jadensbooks

    This was a nice little add on to the maze runner series. I enjoyed being back in the world, but it wasn’t anything spectacular. I’m glad I read it and got a little more background info but the sto...

  • Jovany Ibarra

    Really good book. There is some confusing parts, but either way it's still a great book. I loved it. One thing the book kind of slacked was more back story. I didn't really get what happened to the ch...

  • Vlin

    Not too satisfied with this book, and it's not bad. I would of gave this book a 3.5, but I guess I could add that .5 in.Let me warn you, this is not just a graphic novel that is either a lone book or ...

  • Kate

    Maze Runner is Bae and this was just perfection. I loved this graphic novel! The art is gorgeous and i love the 5 short stories inside. Not even lying but i got the feels. The first short story was ou...