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7+ quotes from The Maze Runner Files by James Dashner

Quotes from The Maze Runner Files

James Dashner ·  50 pages

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“The problem is simple: the world has too many people and not enough resources.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Maze Runner Files

“We can't play God.
We can't do this to kids.
You're evil, I'm evil.

Everyone will die.
No matter what.
Let nature win.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Maze Runner Files

“All of them, you slinthead shuck-faced piece of klunk." Minho smiled.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Maze Runner Files

“I only have two fingers left.
I wrote the lies of my farewell with two fingers.
That is the truth.
We are evil.
They are kids.
We are evil.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Maze Runner Files

“He's not learning. He's not experiencing. He's remembering.

He walks to the next screen, hungry to be himself again.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Maze Runner Files

“reported only seven deaths during surgery.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Maze Runner Files

“Frypan has no reason to process or think too deeply about the returning memories. They're not like new revelations, things to which he should respond somehow. They've always been there, inside him. He has already reactedto them. He has been shaped by them. He's not learning. He's not experiencing. He's remembering.”
― James Dashner, quote from The Maze Runner Files

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