James Dashner

Best Known For: 

The Maze Runner

Short bio: 

James Smith Dashner (born November 26, 1972) is an American writer of speculative fiction, primarily series for children or young adults, such as the Maze Runner series and the young adult fantasy series the 13th Reality. His 2008 novel The Journal of Curious Letters, first in the series, was one of the annual Borders Original Voices picks.

Twitter: 
@jamesdashner
Contact:Mailing: 

James Dashner
c/o The Random House Publishing Group
1745 Broadway
18th Floor
New York, NY 10019

Comments

Submitted by sama (not verified) on

good evening, let me start by saying im a huge fan of your book series maze runner but why have u stopped at part 5? known as the fever code? I've been dying for more of your stories your stories inspire me I really love them may you please tell me why have you stopped?

Submitted by 7rippled (not verified) on

I loved your book and think it was amazing

Submitted by Gauri (not verified) on

I really loved the TMR series. While reading it was like that I lived in the world of TMR that you had created. I had started using the maze vocabulary as well. It was fun . But when Newt died , I just couldn't believe it. My heart was broken. He was not the main character but he stole the show,man.At the ending it felt like the story is left incomplete. Not your fault because I was so much into it. But thanks for giving me such a wonderful world.I loved the books and Lots of love to you as well.

Submitted by John (not verified) on

Hi Mr. Dashner,
I am a student in the 10th grade and I can tell you first of all that I do not like reading any books no matter what kind. But for a book report back when I was in middle school I had to choose which book to read so I chose yours; The Maze Runner. Now this book and the rest of yours are amazing. Your books are the only ones that I have truly enjoyed reading. Now after reading the books and the prequels, I started to watch the movies. I love the movies, they are a great representation of what is displayed in the books while still being very very entertaining. Now I was wondering if you were going to make the prequels into movies too. I would love to see those as movies as well, just because I am totally blown away by the books and movies that are out right now. Let me know what you think you are going to do.