The book had unreality to it since it is set in the things i believe to become a futuristic post-apocalyptic time. This talks about how society got hit by solar flares and are infected by this disease by the scorch which makes you into a crazed lunatic who may have lost almost all sense of humanity and wishes to become dead in order that pain would stop yet some traveling forces helps it be attack and kill any living it might possible obtain. Also there is a group referred to as the Gladers which is a group of guys and one lady named Theresa Agnes who are able to telepathically connect to one from the boys called Thomas. There is also to battle these 1 creatures that contain these bulb things all over their bodies and have rotor blades for hands which is entirely unreal plus they just gruesomely attack the Gladers merely slaughtering some of them. Finally something that is totally unrealistic is definitely when they are traveling through this tunnel they come upon these kinds of metal spheres. That are extremely hot and they will drop in your head encasing itself about your head melting away your entire mind in just a few minutes, but if you somehow get the meal sphere off your head your mind is terribly burned to where it truly is barely familiar. " Real-World”
This book has many real-world ideas integrated into this. For instance this kind of whole " trial” can be overseen by this group known as " WICKED”. It is basically the post-apocalyptic authorities which involves all the staying governments combine into a single totalitarianism one could state where they control definitely every aspect of the society and especially over the Gladers. This federal government is much more high - tech than mine by far. The location in the book makes me believe back to philistine times and how each " city” has a jarl or perhaps " ruler”. Because the town well the section of the town is manipulated by a Mexican name Jorge. He is at the top of the pecking order he is the king, the most powerful among that section of " half-crazies” (ofcourse not fully...