The book, The Maze Runner, shows the journey of Thomas finding out where he came from and how he got to where he was. Thomas’s call to adventure begins he first wakes up in a metal box in the middle of an enclosed forest where he had began his new life. Having his memory erased, he had no clue where he was, how to act, or even his name. Next, the refusal of the call, Thomas was in denial that he is now a Glader, someone who lives in this little enclosed world. Thomas was unwilling to adapting to the new world he is in, scared of the surroundings. Thomas has multiple mentors that help him transform Minho, Chuck, Alby, and Newt all acting as his guide to his theory of deciphering the impossible maze helped in his transformation. The crossing of the first threshold then begins, Thomas first steps into the maze to try to save Alby and Minho from the closing gate. Despite the warnings of other, Thomas still went inside to help and save the two boys from death. Thomas had voices guiding him by the use of telepathy, the people who sent him to the maze are telling him what to do and overall controlling him. The road of trials, the hardest part of the journey, starts when Thomas failed the duty of farming, by killing animals. The other Gladers believed he was weak because he could not kill an animal, not making him fit in the classification as a maze runner. The belly of the whale transformation occurs when Thomas had a near death experience with Minho and Alby in the maze. Grievers, or monsters that lurk in the maze at night, almost killed him, Minho, and Alby. Thomas undergoes his transformation, becoming stronger than his emotional instability, overall finding his new self. As Campbell portrays, love is powerful Thomas finds a love and his love that he gains had a significant effect that makes him stronger. The seeking atonement stage, aided in fighting creatures and his opposing forces, the voices in his mind give him ideas on how to survive. The Ultimate Boon occurs after all the deafening of grievers, his purification in this step supplied him with confidence and hope for the Gladers, that they would make it out of the maze alive. His perseverance lead him to solve the maze and escape with the Gladers. After escaping the maze, Thomas encounters his refusal of the return, Thomas was wounded of this experience emotionally, physically, and mentally. From seeing his friends murdered to leaving them behind in the forest. Thomas had figured out a way to share his knowledge, strength, and wisdom of what he had learned throughout the quest to the Gladers and humans in the new world in which he has discovered. By escaping the maze and finding his new self, Thomas becomes the master of two worlds, becoming master of the now human world and that of the Gladers. He achieves freedom to live when he in the bus with adults who saved him from the creators of the maze. Thomas completes the full transformation of the heroic journey, being able to live with the humans who created the maze. Able to learn about why it was created and why he was placed there.