The name of the book I read is, The Maze Runner. The main character of this book is Thomas and when he first arrived at the glade he was in a box, and remembered absolutely nothing but his name.
Thomas is 16 years old, has brown hair, and is 5 ft 9. He is pretty much like any other boy and looks average.
Thomas's Strongest Personality Trait is Braveness. This is because he takes risks and is able to adjust to the glade quickly. Here it says, "If you want to throw me in jail for trying to save someone's life, then go ahead." (Dashner 166) This was an act of bravery.
Thomas's character trait at the beginning of the book is shy, and confused. He didn't know anything and was clueless about where he was. Knowing nothing but your name is very hard and obviously left him very curious.
Thomas's character trait in the middle of the book is snappy, and curious. He has now been in the glade longer and is more comfortable. He fits in much better and has even become friends with some of the other Gladers. This is finally starting to become more real to him, yet he is still curious about a few things.
Thomas's character trait in the end of the book is strong, clever, and brave. He finally felt at home and has learned a lot since. Overall he has become a much stronger person. He has new friends, new information he never knew about himself, and a completely new way of living that he was able to adjust to.