When Thomas first arrives at the Glade, he (and we the readers) have tons of questions. The Gladers refuse to answer his questions and instead he must slowly build a new understanding of this place he’s found himself in. In some books, the author might share information like that with the reader, but not let the main character know what’s going on, but James Dashner keeps us in the dark just as much as Thomas. As a reader, did it frustrate you to not know the reasons for these bizarre things or did it just make it hard to put the book down? Or both?