I would have to say that reading the trilogy things felt very natural and the flow was good.
I was so interested in the novel that I finished the books in a week.
Although I felt at times that other characters were not explained as much at times. Which is completely fine as it is completely up to the author as much as he wants to describe his creations.
Thomas played a very heroic part in the first novel but I kept on expecting same kind of special deeds from him that would make me jump up from my seat but unfortunately that didn't happen.
Still Thomas as a character was amazing and did everything right. Can't say there was anything wrong with him at all.
I was hoping Teresa and Thomas would have reconciled after a certain point of time. Even if they didn't I was okay with it but the way she died in the end seemed as if the novel was being climaxed in a hurry.
Would have been a much happier ending if she had lived. Poor girl though.
Otherwise ending was perfect. It was obvious that the cure wasn't coming. I never thought how getting brain patterns would help create a drug which would resolve the issue with the flare.
A better line of action would have been working on the lines of "bliss" acting as a numbing agent that would help people control their anger.
People could have been isolated instead of immunes being captured the sick could have been experimented on.
It just doesn't make sense to run tests on people who are already fine instead of people who are sick.
Anyway, still it was amazing. Hats off to James Dashner. Good job!
Still gotta read The Kill Order...