Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

Release Date:September 16, 2015
Review Date:September 16, 2015
Reviewer:Blake Leath
Genre(s):Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Tween

Chasing, running, sliding, hiding, scheming, conniving, driving, flying, fighting, shooting, jumping, diving, moving.

If this is what you like, you'll absolutely love Scorch Trials, the middle-chapter in what I can only presume is another trilogy.  (Sorry; I wish I knew more; I'm not terribly well-versed in tween trilogies, so I'm presuming here and don't quite have the interest to Google it.)

Anyhoo, I enjoyed it a great deal.  It's better than the first, and obviously a set-up rather than a resolution.  Cliffhanger City.

I enjoy bombs and fist-fighting, so, cool.

Oh, and zombies.

Lots of zombies.

Zombies are clearly the new vampires; very chic and "in."

So, there's that, too.

But my mind is on the future: Black Mass opens tomorrow, Transylvania 2 is only two weeks away, and there's so much more forthcoming in the next fifteen weeks that I can barely wrap my mind around it.

Let 'r rip.