Signed first printing of this dystopian YA bestseller.
Near fine in fine jacket.
THE MAZE RUNNER
"Such a display of death - how could it be considered a victory?"
Published the year after the wild success of THE HUNGER GAMES, this first novel in Dashner's trilogy helped launch the YA dystopian trend that dominated publishing in the 2010s. Adapted into the blockbuster movie of the same name starring Dylan O'Brien, Kaya Scodelario, Aml Ameen, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Ki Hong Lee, Will Poulter, and Patricia Clarkson.
(New York): Delacorte Press, (2009). 8'' x 5.5''. Original green paper boards over black paper boards. In original unclipped ($16.99) color pictorial jacket with art by Philip Straub. , 375,  pages. Signed by Dashner on title page. Trace toning to top edge of text block. Else a bright, sharp, clean copy.
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