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Would you like to get The Kill Order PDF Free Download? Have you been searching cluelessly for where to get Kill Order PDF book? Have you been following the maze runner series? Well, today is your lucky day! Right here on knowdemia, you can get the kill order book. Not only will you get this book, but you will also get all the books in the maze runner series. The Kill Order is a 2012 young adult dystopian science fiction novel written by American author James Dashner and published on August 14, 2012, by Delacorte Press. It is the first prequel book in The Maze Runner series and the fourth installment overall. The book is set prior to the events of The Fever Code and 13 years before The Maze Runner book.

The Kill Order PDF is a great addition to the series. It’s action-packed, with a whole new host of characters. We meet Mark, Trina, Alec, and Lana, part of the human population who have survived the sun flares, but now face a new terror. They fight for their lives as an awful disease ravages the human race. No one knows where it came from, or why. In this book, some of your questions will be answered. Like where the disease originated and what its point was, which is really interesting to find out.

The Kill Order PDF Free Download Details

  • Book Title: The Kill Order
  • Series: The Maze Runner #4
  • Previous Books: The Death Cure
  • Author: James Dashner
  • Publish Date: August 14, 2012
  • ISBN: 9780385742887
  • Formats: [PDF] [Epub]
  • No. of pages: 327 pages
  • Size: 3 MB
  • Genre: young adult, dystopian, Science Fiction
  • Language: English
  • File Status: Available for Download
  • Price: Free

The Kill Order Summary

What is the kill order about?

Before WICKED was formed, before the Glade was built, before Thomas entered the Maze, sun flares hit the earth and mankind fell to disease.

Mark and Trina were there when it happened, and they survived. But surviving the sun flares was easy compared to what came next. Now a disease of rage and lunacy races across the eastern United States, and there’s something suspicious about its origin. Worse yet, it’s mutating, and all evidence suggests that it will bring humanity to its knees.

Mark and Trina are convinced there’s a way to save those left living from descending into madness. And they’re determined to find it—if they can stay alive. Because in this new, devastated world, every life has a price. And to some, you’re worth more dead than alive.

Maze Runner The Kill Order Book Review

The Kill Order is the much-anticipated prequel to The Maze Runner series by the incredible James Dashner. I can’t even begin to express how badly I wanted this book. Dashner is one of my all-time favorite authors. He’s the reason I found my love for post-apocalyptic/dystopic books which provoked me to want to read more in this genre.

This installment takes place thirteen years prior to the initial time setting of the series, which was before Thomas and the Glade, and even before WICKED was created. We follow new characters, Mark and Alec, and a group of teenagers battling to survive the aftermath of the Sun Flares. To add more to their already difficult lives, one day a Berg comes out of nowhere and starts shooting darts, killing and affecting everything in its path.

The Flare Virus.
Mark, Alec, and a couple of the remaining survivors hunt down where the Berg came from, to demand answers as to why these people are spreading a virus when the world is already in horrendous devastation. During their journey to find answers, they see how the virus is affecting people and all the different reactions it causes – from graphic brutalized pain to bizarre hallucinations. Along the way, they do manage to rescue a little girl named Deedee, who miraculously seems to be immune.

This is where it all begins…

Wow! What a prequel! This book is a roller-coaster of non-stop action and heart-pounding desperation. I’ll admit, I wasn’t sure what I was expecting when I found out that a prequel was in the works. I was a bit nervous to read about new characters knowing their inevitable fate. But leave it to Dashner to have me totally consumed by Mark and Alec’s journey. Dashner doesn’t hold back. This book is filled with thick agony, madness, and the twisted minds of unhinged people. I couldn’t help feeling so sickened by all the sadness and furious about the unnecessary tactics that caused these people so much grief and despair. A part of me kind of wished that Dashner would have written about Thomas and Teresa or even Newt and Minho. What they meant to WICKED, how they contributed to the plans and life for them before the Glade.

The Maze Runner had one constant. Hope. It’s what drove the readers to battle it out till the very last book. But for The Kill Order, it felt very fatal, very final. In the end, I’m glad that Dashner decided to share this story. It may feel hopeless, but it wasn’t pointless by any means. This is a story for fans who are curious to know why WICKED was born. Why it was good. It’s the birth of the Flare Virus and where we learn that certain characters played a vital role in the protection of others.

In conclusion,

There is no happy ending, but fans of The Maze trilogy already know that, so it’s no surprise. This was a heartbreaking and terrifying glimpse into a world that has been utterly destroyed. But it’s also a story about fighting for humanity and survival till the bitter end. If you are in need of some excitement and watching characters risk their lives constantly, it was a good space filler.

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aurelia
aurelia
28 days ago

Hi, it seems I cannot download kill order, fever code, maze runner files and the guide to the glade

Last edited 28 days ago by aurelia
Dominic
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28 days ago

Sorry about that,
We’ll Correct the error soon.

aurelia
aurelia
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23 days ago

thank you, sir

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