In the seventh book in the best-selling series, evil scientists are still trying to convince Max that she needs to save the world, this time by providing the genetic link in speeding up the pace of evolution. Worse, they're trying to convince her that her perfect mate is Dylan, the newest addition to the flock. The problem is that, despite herself, Max is starting to believe it.
Fang travels the country collecting his own gang of evolved humans, but the two separate flocks must unite to defeat a frightening doomsday cult whose motto is Save the Planet: Kill the Humans. And this time, the true heroine, for once, might just be little Angel.
Go for another Maximum Ride!
©2011 James Patterson (P)2011 Hachette
I never listen to a book more then once. Some say that you "miss" things when you read but I don't miss a thing. Maybe way in the future I might read something when I can't remember if I read it, but that's rare.
It's about the same as the others, kids in trouble, kids get out of trouble, kids set up for next book. In this series he kind of shoves the "greenie weenie" message a little hard.
Need more range
No, not really, I looked foreword to the times when I could listen but I wasn't compulsive about it.
Put the last book of the series out on Audible.com first!
I had no idea from promotional material that this was a teen girl novel.
Unfamiliar with the writer I decided to try the book rather than the series.
The writing is far to simple and the plot lines far too predictable for adult tastes.
Anything else, probably Heart of Darkness to shake off the simple sugar of this book.
All of them.
This is an unfinished book I will definitely return.
It's entertaining but not a book that kept me anxious for what's next. This would be a good listen for someone younger than I.
Still worth the listen even though it's for a younger listener than I
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