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28+ quotes from The Death Cure by James Dashner

Quotes from The Death Cure

James Dashner ·  325 pages

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“Kill me. If you’ve ever been my friend, kill me.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“Minho looked at Thomas, a serious expression on his face. "If I don't see you on the other side," he said in a sappy voice, "remember that I love you.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“Awww," Minho said. "That's almost as sweet as that time she slammed the end of a spear into your shuck face.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“KILL ME!" And then Newt's eyes cleared, as if he'd gained one last trembling gasp of sanity, and his voice softened. "Please, Tommy. Please."
With his heart falling into a black abyss, Thomas pulled the trigger.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“Dude, you tried to slice my you-know-what's off!"
Thomas laughed, something that he hadn't done in a long time. He welcomed it happily. "Too bad I didn't. Could've saved the world from future little Minhos.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“Sometimes they do things to make me do the opposite of what they think, I think, they think, I am going to do.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“I don't think there is a right or wrong anymore. Only horrible and not-quite-so-horrible.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“Thank you for being my friends”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“He pulled the envelope out of his pocket and ripped it open, then took out the slip of paper. The soft lights that ringed the mirror lit up the message in a warm glow. It was two short sentences:

" KILL ME. IF YOU'VE EVER BEEN MY FRIEND, KILL ME. ”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“So let's say our bloody goodbyes, and then you can promise to remember me from my good old days.
"I can't do that," Minho said.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“And you, Tommy” the boy said, lowering his voice. “You’ve got a lot of nerve coming here and asking me to leave with you. A lot of bloody nerve. The sight of you makes me sick”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“Thomas: Is it [my brain] fixed?
Brenda: It worked, judging from the fact that you're not trying to kill us anymore...”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“What was the point of even having a conversation when words couldn't be trusted?”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“Next time I'll pat you on the freaking back for stating the obvious.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“Tomorrow," Minho added. "Somehow, some way.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“I hated the place, Tommy. I hated every second of every day. And it was all … your … fault!”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“You're either the bravest kid I've ever met or plain crazy.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“I watched as that kid died. In his last few seconds there was pure terror in his eyes. You can't do that. You can't do that to a person. I don't care what anybody tells me, I don't care how many people go crazy and die, I don't care if the whole shuck human race ends. Even if that was the only thing that had to happen to find the cure, I'd still be against it.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“I'd love to see that rat nose smashed!”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“We'll start firing till they drop or we drop.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“.... Just don't plan on hugs every time I see you."
"The feeling's mutual.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“I ought to come up there and break your shuck nose.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“You’ve seen what I can do,” Thomas replied, trying to sound as dangerous as he felt. “You’ve watched me in the Maze and the Scorch.” He almost wanted to laugh at the irony. They had made him into a killer … to save people?”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“Fear of the unknown no longer controlled him. Hope had found its way in and taken hold.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“Minho looked at Thomas, a serious expression on his face, "if I don't see you on the other side," he said in a sappy voice, "remember that I love you." Snickering at Thomas's eye roll, he went through the doors and they closed.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“Vince couldn't stop talking, spilling thoughts that had obviously churned inside him for years. "We could've stopped the spread of the disease a lot better than we've been able to cure the disease... Thought the magical cure would save them in the end. But if we wait any longer we'll run out of people to save.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“Whoa," Thomas said, feeling bolder by the minute. "Slim it nice and calm there, old fella. You look three steps away from a heart attack.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


“You're going to shoot me? Old pal?”
― James Dashner, quote from The Death Cure


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