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The Final Warning: A Maximum Ride Novel Paperback – September 1, 2008
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Raves for the blockbuster MAXIMUM RIDE series:
"A breathless adventure...full of action, swooping flights and fierce fights--a sure bet for the movies."―KLIATT
"Jump on board this MAXIMUM RIDE...Fights and flights are non-stop."―USA Today
The Angel Experiment:
"BOOK OF THE WEEK...Pace, action, mystery, and cool."―London Times
"Adventure, fighting, backstabbing, and love abound."―VOYA
About the Author
James Patterson has had more New York Times bestsellers than any other writer, ever, according to Guinness World Records. Since his first novel won the Edgar Award in 1977 James Patterson's books have sold more than 300 million copies. He is the author of the Alex Cross novels, the most popular detective series of the past twenty-five years, including Kiss the Girls and Along Came a Spider. He writes full-time and lives in Florida with his family.
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So, max and the flock are on a mission in Antarctica which involves global warming. I don't know what people are talking about when they say the entire book is just about global warming cause it's NOT! It talks briefly about global in the middle of the book and talks about global warming at the very end when max gives a speech about it and that's all. So if you are gonna let 5 out of 300 pages in this book ruin the entire thing for you then that's fine but I'm not. Besides there is nothing wrong with learning something while reading.
So one of the reasons I gave this 3 stars is because this series is beginning to feel a bit repetitive. I'm not going to give spoilers but...
Let's just say max and the flock get captured by the bad guys AGAIN and escape AGAIN! Couldn't JP come up with something else? That's what happened in the past I don't know... um.... 3 books! I need something besides get captured then escape. Hopefully the next book will give me something new and different.
And the final reason I rated three stars is because Max is kind of getting annoying! obviously there is something between Fang and max! Every time he tries to tell her that she runs off! Max needs to make up her mind! I feel bad for Fang because she keeps rejecting him even though she knows she likes him!!!!
Well, I had some complaints but overall I would recommend this book to anyone who has read the first 3 in the series. I look forward to reading the next one :D
A little history: One day my mom and I were at Wal-mart, and as my mom was paying for the groceries, i was taking a last minute look at the books section- where I found the Angel Experiment. I wasn't going to buy it at first-until I saw the phrase, "-Find out how she really feels about Fang" and some other cool stuff. It was only 5 dollars, so mom allowed me to get it. When I brought it to school the next day- and finished it 7 hours later with school time. I would rate that book 5/5- and the sequel surpassed that- becoming a 8/5 to me- all the more romance- and by the end of the first part- that feeling of "All you have are each other, no one else." Eh, the third book i would say is a 3.5/5- I did like it....but not nearly as much as the 1+2. But the moment when the Fugitives (AWESOME!!! EPIC!!!!) turned to protectors (....why did they change such awesomeness...) and the Saving the World was not beating a Big Bad Villain of Epic Level 1000 Dark Evil Fire (Like I, for one, expected), but Global Warming...Maximum Ride was killed. Oh, not immediately, my good friend, no, slowly, slowly, until our awesome female kick-butt Max is reduced to a Fang-crazed annoying status- GETTING JEALOUS OF AN OLD WOMAN WHO FANG DOESN'T EVEN LIKE BECAUSE HE IS TOTALLY IN LOVE WITH MAX!!!!! ((Sorry, book 5 getting to me again.))
okay...not what I expected...global warming...but okay...what are you going to do, Mr.Patterson to make Global Warming interesting and make that an enemy all of your millions of child, teen, and adult Max-fans want to fight Global Warming?
NOTHING!!!! HE WAS JUST PREACHY!!!
And...just why was the flock showing off their wings to everyone? The only thing that seemed Maximum Ride-style was the pizza. Yes, the only thing that I enjoyed was the exploding pizza part- for all of TEN PAGES!!!!!!
My advice is to just read 1-3. And when the last book comes out, just read wikipedia to find out the ending. You will just end up disappointed by the destructing fun, humor, and most of all HEART that was in the trilogy.