Being a kid with wings--constantly on the run--has never been easy, and Max and her flock are getting tenser than ever. First, on a trip to Africa, they meet a mysterious billionaire whose intense scrutiny of the flock makes her fear the worst. Then, a cryptic message from a young girl arrives, warning them "The sky will fall." And as if an impending apocalypse weren't bad enough, canny birdkid Angel makes a dire prophecy about Max's soul mate: Fang will be the first to die.
Max's desperate desire to protect Fang brings the two closer than ever. But can the team weather the storm, or will the turmoil rip them apart for the last time?
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©2010 James Patterson (P)2010 Hachette
I'm reading this to keep up with my child....great books. Love the narration...not boring and monotone.
I love Angel. She reminds me of my baby girl!
I love her voice she really lets me lie there and envision the scene.
that i'm not sure of
Super Awesome Ride! This was fast and up and down. The narration was quick and the story was fast moving. I found I actually cried at the poignant parts.
I am giving it 4 stars because I have to leave that last star for books like Angelology that have tons of information in them, but this was a fun book. I think the idea was still there too of philanthrophy, helping each other , truly LIVING, best survival options cause we hardly think of that stuff, conscious evolution, and SCIENCE, relationships and under all the fun I guess there may be a question there of when it comes down to it, do you think it's really about truly person to person relationships and living and loving, or setting personal feelings aside for "greater good" even if you live an unhappy life?..or maybe less fulfilling one? Maybe a little while of each? What is Fate? What is Destiny?
The book is pretty good but cheesy and easy read it won't make you think too much which is perfect as it is targeted towards a young audience. But as an adult, I enjoyed the book and the twist and turns as well as the Developement of the characters through the story. I'm very pleased with the audio, the narrator does an incredible job in differentiating the characters and showing the listener emotions. Well done
I had become complacent with this series - the never ending search for the world saving event. However, this book brought some new life back into the picture and I enjoyed it more than the some of the middle titles - Saving the world and School's out...
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