Max Max Fang Iggy Nudge Gazzy and Angel six extraordinary kids who can fly are back for another wild adventure as they try to save the world and themselves Maximum Ride and the other members of the

  • Title: Max
  • Author: James Patterson
  • ISBN: 9780385614528
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Max, Fang, Iggy, Nudge, Gazzy and Angel, six extraordinary kids who can fly, are back for another wild adventure as they try to save the world and themselves.Maximum Ride and the other members of the Flock have barely recovered from their last arctic adventure, when they are confronted by the most frightening catastrophe yet Millions of fish are dying off the coastMax, Fang, Iggy, Nudge, Gazzy and Angel, six extraordinary kids who can fly, are back for another wild adventure as they try to save the world and themselves.Maximum Ride and the other members of the Flock have barely recovered from their last arctic adventure, when they are confronted by the most frightening catastrophe yet Millions of fish are dying off the coast of Hawaii and someone or something is destroying hundreds of ships Unable to discover the cause, the government enlists the Flock to help them get to the bottom of the disaster before it is too late.While Max and her team are exploring the depths of the ocean, their every move is being carefully tracked by Mr Chu a criminal mastermind with his own plans for the Flock Can they protect themselves from Mr Chu s army of mercenaries and save the ocean from utter destruction

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    Official US SiteOfficial UK SiteBookShotsJIMMY Patterson BooksOfficial Site for James Patterson s Middle School SeriesReadKiddoReadJames Patterson has created enduring fictional characters than any other novelist writing today with his Alex Cross, Michael Bennett, Women s Murder Club, Private, NYPD Red, Daniel X, Maximum Ride, and Middle School series As of January 2016, he has sold over 350 million books worldwide and currently holds the Guinness World Record for the most 1 New York Times bestsellers In addition to writing the thriller novels for which he is best known, he also writes children s, middle grade, and young adult fiction and is also the first author to have 1 new titles simultaneously on the New York Times adult and children s bestsellers lists.The son of an insurance salesman and a schoolteacher, Patterson grew up in Newburgh, New York, and began casually writing at the age of nineteen In 1969, he graduated from Manhattan College He was given a full ride to Vanderbilt University s graduate program in English but dropped out after a year, knowing that he wouldn t be able to continue reading and writing for pleasure if he became a college professor.Instead, he moved to New York to become a junior copywriter for the advertising agency J Walter Thompson, eventually becoming CEO of its North American company.In 1976, while still working for J Walter Thompson, Patterson published his first novel, The Thomas Berryman Number, with Little, Brown and Company After being turned down by thirty one publishers, it won the Edgar Award for Best First Novel Patterson s 1993 novel, Along Came a Spider, his first novel to feature Alex Cross, was also his first New York Times bestseller in fiction.In 2001, Morgan Freeman starred as Alex Cross in a film adaptation of Along Came a Spider, and Tyler Perry also played the character in the 2012 film Alex Cross A film adaptation of Patterson s middle grade novel Middle School The Worst Years of My Life will be released in theaters in October 2016.For his initiatives to help kids become passionate readers and for his philanthropic efforts, Patterson was awarded the National Book Foundation s 2015 Literarian Award for Outstanding Service to the American Literary Community James Patterson has donated than one million books to students, emphasizing some of the most under resourced schools and youth programs in the country In 2015, Patterson donated 1.75 million to school libraries throughout the United States, and 250,000 in holiday bonuses to individual bookstore employees He also gave 1 million to independent bookstores in 2014.Patterson has recently donated over 26 million to his and his wife s alma maters the University of Wisconsin, Vanderbilt University, and Manhattan College and he has established over four hundred Teacher Education Scholarships at twenty four colleges and universities throughout the country Patterson has also donated over 650,000 books to U.S soldiers at home and overseas In May 2015, Patterson launched a new children s book imprint at Little, Brown, called JIMMY Patterson, that is unwaveringly focused on one goal turning kids into lifelong readers This imprint also provides resources, strategies, and programs to serve teachers, parents, librarians, and booksellers Patterson will be investing proceeds from the sales of JIMMY Patterson Books in pro reading initiatives Patterson has also founded ReadKiddoRead, a website designed to help parents, teachers, and librarians ignite a new generation s excitement for reading.


  • Oh no…the Maximum Ride books have officially turned "eco-friendly". What happened to all the crazy mad scientist stuff? "Millions of fish are dying off the coast of Hawaii and someone--or something--is destroying hundreds of ships. Unable to discover the cause, the government" I read that in the description of this book on some website…Hmm, first it goes global warming––save the polar bears! Now…its saving fish……Anyone else miss the Erasers? I want the whole flock-running-for-their [...]

  • Ergh. This book SUCKS. It's not as bad as the fourth one, but it's still really crappy.There is no plot. There are just a bunch of random subplots that are stupid, full of holes, and that have nothing to do with each other. There's just all these action scenes that have absolutely no point whatsoever. They're not even done well. This book is basically a soap opera - a really badly done one with an attempt at action. Lol.The ending was really stupid. It was really abrupt and sudden. Max just resc [...]

  • This book was so awesome and I couldn't put it down. The group really had to lean on the support of others in this book, and I loved the new powers! James Patterson finally got Max and Fang together which I loved. This was the book to read in this series.

  • i do not think it will be as good as the first three, the fourth was a let down. i personally like max better when shes on the run and kicking eraser/flyboy butt rather than saving the world

  • Max is off to save the world. Again. This time on a submarine.I know; you’re in shock.My favorite parts of this book included . . .a. Progress in the romance department—always a good thing.b. The B.S. training aka Max and the flock whipping the pants off a certain navy training program that is supposed to take umpteen days and is completed by said bird kids in less than 24 hours.c. Did I mention, progress in the romance department?

  • This has been my entry point into the series, and honestly, my exit point as well. I wasalled…to be perfectly honest. This book basically touched all the bad tropes that I've seen around. Mind you, I read this in Italian, so there might have been something lost in translation, and this is my personal opinion. Feel free to disagree with it.The characters arerta annoying. They won't shut up about having wings. Not ever. The powers are thrown in like hot candy, oh, sure, now two of them can speak [...]

  • Ugh. Don't get me wrong- I loved the first three Maximum Ride books, when Patterson only intended them to be a trilogy. But the past two books have gone from bad to worse. Remember when the flock fought, oh, maybe ten or twelve savage Erasers at a time? Remember when every day was a struggle just to survive, when everyone was an enemy- especially the average, wingless Joe walking down the street? Now the flock takes down a thousand robots without breaking a sweat, and fights to save not only the [...]

  • it was awesome! i hope he will write another, but it did leave it with a somewhat satisfying ending. however, she didn't finish saving the world, and what is up with Angel and all her independence streak? that was just annoying because she learned in the last book that she shouldn't get into situations where she needs to be saved, and then goes and Max has to go try to save her, even when she doesn't feel like she needs to be saved. ugh. one of the things that really bothered me was that the aut [...]

  • I am sure that I might throw this at the wall while in the process of reading . . . Machine Geeks? Come on, Patterson, the Erasers were cooler than that. At least they actually FIGHT something in this one . . . I hope there will be some fang+max stuff . . . save the fish! not really though . . . it looks so gay . . . what happened to itex? i don't think they resolved everything of that matter in the first 3 books . . . i want some good stuff here! okay now i am just venting about how sucky they [...]

  • "Max" is the fifth book in The Maximum Ride Novels. This book is written for a younger audience (perhaps eight to fourteen-year-olds) but adults will fall in love with the characters too. My favorites are Max and Angel. As the oldest, Max sees herself as the leader who must look after the younger ones. However, she finds herself becoming distracted as she realizes she has feelings for Fang another member of the flock. Angel is the precocious six-year-old who, like typical six-year-olds, does wha [...]

  • Oh my god, I LOVE this series, it is soooooooooo epic. I also love The Hunger Games, Percy Jackson, Harry Potter, Alex Rider, The GateKeepers, Dreamhouse Kings, Danial X, Witch and Wizard, Gone, Leven Thumps, H.I.V.E Sisters Grimm, The Secret Series, The 39 Clues, Pendragon, The Cronos Chronicles, and a lot of other stuff, but that's just right off the top of my head.

  • What am I doing? I must be a glutton for punishment because I keep reading on in the series. Yes, I love James Patterson, but this is just bad. I'm hoping it doesn't taint my overall view of his work.Anyways, with that being said, here are the few many issues I had with this story in general. 1. Max went from being very confused about Fang's intentions and wanting to keep the brother/sister aspect strong to being head over heels in love. They are also only 14 years old. Plus, they live alone and [...]

  • Maximum Ride = Marvelous ReadingAs leader of her Flock, Max is tough and resilient. This bird girl does not give up on her mission to save the world and protect her Flock. She does it all with flair and a sarcastic edge. Despite endless betrayals and growing up in a lab, Max shows that she can have a soft side too.The members of Max’s Flock are tight and they each have unique talents. Fang can disappear if he sits still long enough. Iggy sees everything in white. Nudge is magnetic. The Gasman [...]

  • OK. Prepare for a rant. Starting off with the positives - this was better than the Final Warning. Moving onto the negatives-The whole thing is random and not relevant to the rest of the series. I mean, we heard basically NOTHING about Erasers and scientists. It was just the random Mr Chu, and some random underwater pollution thing. -Mr Patterson, we hate pollution, global warming and all that crap as much as you do. However, that does not mean we want books about it. We get it - we should be doi [...]

  • I don't know what has happened to this series?? After Book #3 WHICH WAS AWESOME by the way,the series has deteriorated. I couldn't even get myself to finish this one and book #4 was ok but not good!The storyI'm sorry but what is happening?? Suddenly the focus is shifting to Global Warming and where are the criminals coming from and WHY are Max and Fang not together yet?? A little birdy told me (the spoiler could spoil the next books for you ) (view spoiler)[ that Max and Fang don't end up togeth [...]

  • How on earth did a series with so much potential and so much excitement get so bad?This recent installment is better than the fourth book, but nowhere near as exciting as the first. It bugs me how Patterson does a long, dragged out recap of EVERYTHING that's happened beforehand at the beginning of each new book. Ergh. Anyways,contrary to the fourth book, Max actually has a complete plot! It also gives some purpose to the whole "Save the world from global warming, everybody!" craze, and kicks it [...]

  • It's not like I expected much from this; the only reason I read it was because it was just sitting there at the library, and I had a couple of hours to kill.The flock really isn't doing anything anymore, and they've really devolved from fairly badass characters into mushy, cliched, idiotic teenagers. Come on, Patterson! If I can have some sort of coherent thought process, can't MAX!?I've actually gone through the first three books after reading the stupid-fest that was Max. Were they even writte [...]

  • So, I'm rereading this series for the thousandth time (I can;'t help it, I love these books. Stop judging me) and I've forgotten how much happens in the last three book. (view spoiler)[ I will think about things like Dylan, and Max forgiving Fang about Maya (Max 2) or even how Angel was the voice.(hide spoiler)] I've also forgotten how much The Final Warning and Max talk about global warming. At first I was thinking "okay, that sounds legit", but then everyone was talking about global warming fa [...]

  • To be frank, this book was a pile of dog poop. Yes. Dog. Poop.Please. Don't hate on me. I really did love Max.Well until the third bookH. FAAAAANG! *wails**gets a serious look*Oookay, I'm going to be serious now. It's been what, one, two years since I read this book, so stuff are gonna be fuzzy.Soooo Starting off. This series should've ended on the third book. Really. Final Warning was god-awful. I almost puked. YES. PUKED.(Oh my, I'll bet the Max fans are puking now.)Hahaha. Wasn't that just a [...]

  • (4.5)I really liked this book. there was a lot of character development through out the book. I love all of the flock members of course(except for angel, she still creeps me out, she may be a 6 year old, but she can control other peoples minds and read thoughts like, just think about that O.o)Max will always be one of my favorite characters for sure.Now, what's going on between Max and Fang? they seriously just need to admit their feelings for each other already before I explode. because they ar [...]

  • This one is far better than the last one. I don't love it, but it was a marked improvement. Since it's quick to read these audiobooks (about 3 hours on double speed), I've decided to keep plugging. For some reason, I want to complete the series, as I am curious how it will all wrap up. If I were reading in print, I probably would have quit by now, but on audiobook, these are fast pasted. They're interesting enough to keep my attention, but they're not so deep that if I get lost if I zone out for [...]

  • Aaaaaaaaaa!!!!! It's not like Mr. Patterson had some great rep to uphold, but the expectation for fun in this series was set high in the first three books. Impossible, but fun, crazy action with funny bird kids. Number 4 was a wretched turn to lame environmentalism which turned the series into something else and changed the story from a stretch, but interesting to an unbearable fake to make points about global warming.Number 5 suffers from some of the same random, forced environmentalism, but ge [...]

  • I loved this book! It was the fifth and final instalmant in the Maximum Ride series. The book picks up right where the fourth one left off. It has Max and the flock flying around doing air shows to help raise awareness of what is happening. The kids get shot at and are forced to leave. They go through the book stuggling with their wings and special gifts, discovering new talents and trying to get through life with out getting killed. Max's mom, Doctor Martinez gets kidnapped and it's up to Max t [...]

  • I didn't really enjoy this Maximum Ride book as much as the ones in the Fugitives series. The plot, which started off as 'running for their lives', somehow ended up as 'saving the world'. I really don't get it - does James Patterson mean saving the world, as in environmentally? Because the plots of the series usually focuses on Max getting kidnapped or someone else. In this case, it's Doctor MartinezAlso, I really want to know where all these powers (breathing underwater, invisibility, etc.) com [...]

  • After ordering this book at the library in March, it finally came in yesterday. I was incredibly excited and started it immediately. And then I finished it. What a letdown it was! If I were simply comparing this book to the fourth book, it would get four or five stars. But I'm writing a review, so it gets two stars. And here's why:1. Nothing makes sense anymore. Why did the flock develop superpowers? There is absolutely no explanation for that. Especially the gills. Gills? Seriously?2. The serie [...]

  • Basic InfoFormat: Audio Pages/Length: n/a Genre: Young Adult; Fantasy At A GlanceLove Triangle/Insta Love/Obsession?: Obsession Cliff Hanger: ehTriggers: n/aRating: 2 starsScore SheetAll out of tenCover:6Plot: 4Characters: 5World Building: 4Flow:5Series Congruity: 6Writing: 5Ending: 5Total: 5In DeptBest Part: Short!Worst Part: Bored. Thoughts Had: SHUT UP!ConclusionContinuing the Series: ehhhhhhhhhRecommending: No.Short Review: Hey do you remember that these kids had gills, i sure as hell don't [...]

  • Imagine having wings and superpowers. For Max and her flock it's actually true ! But within the wings package, they also have lots of trouble and responsibility. Like saving the world from crazy polluters and protecting themselves from robots. Will Max and her flock be able to save the world or will all their efforts go to waste?I picked up this book because I simply loved the previous books in this series. They were all breathtakingly amazing and I also fell in love with the whole concept of ha [...]

  • this is nothing but my personal opinion and im not going to bash on james patterson but the first three original max books i read them as soon as they came out for the very first time they were amazing and i immediately fell in love with Patterson for those of you who read the original three books now that i read the add ons i think his writing style has changed for the worst in my opinion i found books four and on pretty boring and read up till book 6 for the sake of my love of the orginal thre [...]

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