Gally is a Glader with dark hair and green eyes. He is a fascinating character in the story and differs from others with his realistic perception of reality. The hero also has an exciting life story. When he was nearly ten years old, he worked in the garden. He has very good logic and helps Minho to elaborate the escape plan, even though others do not support the idea. Anyway, the plan fails and Minho was punished. Also, it should be mentioned that when Gally goes through the Changing, his memories come back to him. In fact, he is hostile to Thomas and tries to persuade others that a newly arrived Thomas does not deserve one's trust. To do so, he tries to create a lot of troubles for Thomas and becomes a very misunderstood character, but the most realistic out of others. He questions things other characters do not notice, and due to this fact, Gally faces some troubles as others distrust him. Gally is furious when Thomas gets access to all secrets of the Glade. He gets into an argument which escalates into a major scuffle. After this, he is put into exile. To emphasize the hero's apathy, Gally is depicted as a physically unattractive hero as any villain in books.
Gally in the Essays