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E Books Nevermore EDIT I finished Below is my review of pretty much the rest of the series Writing a review on just this bo

E-Books Nevermore EDIT: I finished! Below is my review of pretty much the rest of the series. Writing a review on just this book would be too hard.Before I even begin, let me begin by apologizing for what I'm sure will turn into a rant. I'm sorry.First off. Nevermore. What the heck was James Patterson thinking? The first three titles ("The Angel Experiment," "School's Out -- Forever," and "Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports") were great. They were definitely, definitely unique. I could even live with "The Final Warning" (although, let's face it, it was anything but final). But once he started naming his books by the names of the main characters, the titles just lacked excitement and general appeal. A book called MAX wouldn't attract my attention if I just happened to run into it at the bookstore. Secondly. Oh jeez. I know this is what most people are saying/thinking about this book, but I'll say and think it anyway: Fang had BETTER get his sorry butt back to Max and ditch Maya. Maybe even kick Dylan's butt. Maybe even throw Maya and Dylan IN a ditch. I would go so far as to say it was poor - no, absolutely absurd - planning on JP's part to spend the first, what, six? books building up this close-to-perfect, adorable, and maybe even funny relationship between Max and Fang. To bring Dylan into this series and virtually cut Fang out of the picture was cruel and foolish. It was just stupid, that's what it was.Thirdly. Where, where, WHERE did the real flock go? I miss the old flock. Angel was cute, she was nice, and she adored/looked up to Max. Gazzy was also cute, he was funny, and he actually blew things up once in a while. Nudge talked a lot, she supported Max, and she was INVOLVED in the story. Iggy, heck, he blew things up left and right, he annoyed Max, and he messed around with everyone. Fang, well, he was Fang. He was untouchable, strong, serious, and yet passionate about the flock. Max. She was a freaking awesome, back-sassing, butt-kicking, sarcastic leader. In Angel, she was too busy whining to Dylan about Fang and being a lump of mush who needed to GET HERSELF TOGETHER. She didn't even beat anyone up in Angel, did she? That's just not the Maximum we know and love. And Total barely said a word in Angel. James, sir, you need to take a gander at your first few Maximum Ride books and fix what you've destroyed. Because it's gotten out of hand.Fourth. The plots have grown increasingly less believable and bearable. I mean, at first it was being chased around by mutants, narrowly escaping death's grip, taunting the Erasers, and mouthing off to Jeb. And now? It's speeches on global warming and organizations that somehow plan to take over the world's human population through its minds. What happened?Fifth. Dylan is, what? Eight months old? Maybe nine or ten months by now, I'm not sure. Max is fifteen YEARS old. That is a difference of approximately 170 months (around 14 years, give or take a few months). I do believe it would make more sense for a fifteen year old girl to date/fall in love with a fifteen year old (hint, hint: Fang) boy. Dylan should not love Max. Maya would be a more suitable girlfriend for him, since she is closer in age, and Fang isn't in love with her. At least, I don't think Fang is in love with Maya.Sixth. I'll shut up now. I can't tell you how many long hours I've spent both ranting and drooling over this series (after reading book 4 and beyond, most of my time has been spent ranting, rather than drooling). Sorry for rambling. Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to go re-read the original three books in order to regain my sanity. Thanks for reading.. Nevermore is a Book Maximum Ride and her faithful friends stand ready to face the two greatest threats that humankind has ever known now combining forces in an unbeatable plot to destroy life as we know it once and for all And this time, the enemy truly can t be stopped The danger mounts just as the boy genetically engineered to be her perfect match , Dylan, has finally worked his way intMaximum Ride and her faithful friends stand ready to face the two greatest threats that humankind has ever known now combining forces in an unbeatable plot to destroy life as we know it once and for all And this time, the enemy truly can t be stopped The danger mounts just as the boy genetically engineered to be her perfect match , Dylan, has finally worked his way into Max s heart and just as her beloved Fang unexpectedly returns to the flock An explosive confrontation between the two boys with a claim to Max s heart ensues, and the entire world hangs in the balance In this powerful and moving latest sequel in James Patterson s epic fantasy series, fans will finally get the answers they ve been waiting for and an ending full of shock, surprises, and the greatest conclusion you never saw coming.. 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.. A viral Kindle Nevermore please note: this review was written when i was like 13. im so sorry. please dont judge meIs it really called The End of Maximum Ride? Oh, well. Okay, I really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, REALLY hope Dylan and Max do NOT get together. If they do, Team Fang needs to organize a group bonfire of all Maximum Ride books and get a party to go murder James Patterson. WE.NEED.FAX.I mean, seriously, 95% of all Maximum Ride readers are on Team Fang. What a wimpy 5% James Patterson will be pleasing if Dylan and Max get together. Like, end of Fax, beginning of Mylan. Or Dax. Whatever. I also hope Angel is still like she was in ANGEL and not her usual traitorous backstabbing self. I also hope Nudge has more than, what, 5 lines? She barely said ANYTHING in ANGEL. Ella, Dr. Martinez, Jeb and Gunther Hagen will also probably come back and play a big role, unless they're all dead, or something. I don't even WANT to think about it.So, yeah. GO TEAM FANG. Dylan + Max = BAD. Fang + Max = GOOD. Dylan + Maya = ...um...sure... Iggy + Ella = Fine. Doesn't matter either way. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE DO NOT HAVE MAX AND DYLAN GET TOGETHER. PLEASE.EDIT: Yesss! It's called Nevermore, not the "End of Maximum Ride"!! Now, I have no idea what Nevermore means, but it's better than "The End of Maximum Ride". So I'm happy.DOUBLE EDIT: Whoa, I actually really like the cover. It's pretty and mysterious at the same time. I am totally psyched for this...FINAL REVIEW:Oh, where to begin? Right off the bat, I'd like to say that if you haven't read the book yet, do not continue with this review. I know, I know, I'm always tempted with the spoiler brackets too, but just. Don't. You will regret it.(view spoiler)[Now that that's over and done with, I think we should all stand back and give James Patterson a huge round of applause. He definitely ended it with a bang(literally). Way to go, James. Thanks for writing this.Maya. Oh, Maya, Maya, Maya. I really want to smack you, Maya. I'm not ashamed to admit, that when she died, I literally whooped. Call me heartless--I just never liked her character. And the fact that Fang was getting all. . .romantic with her, disturbed me on so many levels. Um, helloooo, Mr. Fang, you're currently flirting with the clone of your ex-girlfriend. Ladies, if you ever meet a guy that does that--trust me, he's not over you. Anyways, it was an interesting death scene, but I'll get to the whole Ari thing later.Admittedly, I was not expecting Star and Kate to betray Fang. That really surprised me. It was a cool plot twist though, and it gave them a little more depth than they had before. Ratchet and Holden were still. . .hrm, well, not as interesting. Now we get back to Ari. I actually kind of liked that plot element, mainly because it put Jeb in a position that made him look like he actually cared about Ari, which I liked. Makes Jeb a little harder to hate, which he needs, in my humble opinion.I was really surprised that Gunther-Hagen made NO reappearance whatsoever!! Really startled. He was mentioned at one point to Dylan, I believe, but still. Moving onto. . .Mark, and the 99 percenters. Oh, and the ending! Joy. Hm. Weeeeell, to put it bluntly, it seemed anti-climactic. There was a huge build-up to this virus, and then a meteor explodes. Having chatted with a friend of mine, I know I'm not the only one who went ". . .wait, what?" at that part (more about the ending later). The 99 percenters seemed to be almost unnecessary--they were basically the Doomsday Group people all over again. The Flock. Their roles in this novel really ticked me off. Nudge--her sole purpose in this book was to whine about school, go on a date, then whine about school. This make Ruthie unhappy. Dx Iggy & Gazzy--they both had really small roles. Nothing super important, which, once again, makes me rather unhappy. I wish they played bigger parts. Total--back again, but not much to do, same old, same old.And then there's Angel. I'm not sure if I'm happy or displeased with the fact that she's Max's voice. It was a very interesting plot element, but does that mean she was the voice for all the other members of the Flock? What about her own voice? And how was Jeb able to control some things in Max's voice if it was Angel the whole time? It didn't fit 100% with the rest of the story, but I'm willing to let that slide, because at least it was explained. :P I really hated her scenes in the school, mostly because I don't like it when she suffers. Except when she's a traitor/backstabber, which she wasn't.Prepare for ranting--now I talk about him. Dylan--beautiful; perfect; funny; popular; Max's other half; and for part of the book, a rampaging idiot who tries to kill Fang!! Oh, the joy of hormones. I'll talk about Fang more in the below paragraph, but basically, I'm a fan of him. I'm not a fan of people who punch him in the face. Although, it's about time. That fight has been coming for a while now. I'm not sure I followed why Dylan decided to go rampaging and play whack-a-car, because to me, personally, I don't think that idea was the most intelligent one on Dyl's part. Oh well. He was DEFINITELY more developed in this book than the others, and I will say, I liked him more in this book then I have in the past two. He had more depth, and I didn't want to throw the book against the wall every time he spoke, which is a plus.The Fangalator. I was impressed with him in this book--not as sulky as he has been in the past. And, way to go Fang for manning up and going back to Max! Go him. Yay. He seemed a little more mature here then has has been--I think this book was a big step for a lot of characters--and I was really happy to have him back with Max. I don't have a lot to say about him, really, but I was pleased overall with his role.There were some characters brought back in this book that have previously had a bigger role then they did in this one; mainly Dr. Martinez and Ella. Dr. Martinez was mind-controlled by Jeb for part of the book and she was working at the school on Angel. Other than that, and a few spots at the end, she didn't do much. Sadly.Ella was there, and she was a-okay. No mention of her getting wings or anything. Hrm. She DID kiss Iggy though, and that was fantastic!!The whole paradise thing was pretty cool. There were a few chapters in that area where I was deliriously happy--Faxness and Paradise, what more could a reader want? Clearly, more. I should've smacked myself upside the head for thinking that it would be a happy ending. As I said earlier, I found the ending to be anti-climactic. I was a little let down that there was no virus and a meteor just exploded above the earth, raining down chaos and fire and blahblahblah. Ahem. Pardon me for not finding that as cool as it would be if all their skin rotted off their bodies. Especially Dylan! That would be cool. One thing, though--at the end there, it gave NO confirmation to whether Iggy, Gazzy, Nudge and Ella survived. We knew that Dylan, Fang, Max and Angel survived, but it didn't confirm to whether the rest of the flock lived. O_O I really hope they lived, I really, really hope they lived.Once again, I roll my eyes at the concept that there are tons of other mutant kids--but now living on an island with the richest guy in the world! Okay, I'll shut up now.Finally, before I bring this review to an end, I must talk about Max. Max, what shall we do with you? For quite a while in the middle of the book, I was prepared to grab my pen and replace Max's name with Bella Swan. Goodness gracious, Maximum, could you quit your whining? It was the helpless maiden all over again. HOWEVER, it wasn't as prominent as the last book, and I was thrilled with that. She definitely pulled it together and had limited boy-sob-fests. Which was good. Very much so. She ended up realizing she loved Fang (;D), and realized that Dylan was not her man. I loved, loved, LOVED that. As you all know, I'm a Fax supporter. ^-^ Really, though, she could've stopped going on about Dylan's gorgeous looks and just pulled it together sooner. Ah well, she's not perfect. Far from it.I was positive she was going to die in this book--and she did, sort of. Not completely. I thought she was dead for about 3 minutes there, but I was too shell-shocked to actually do anything about it. Fortunately, Max was not dead, just...floating! Or something. In shock, probably.I may have missed some things I wanted to talk about, seeing as it's pretty early in the morning as I'm writing this, so if I did, I'll come back and edit later. (hide spoiler)]On a whole, I would give this 2.5 stars. I liked some parts, and disliked others. It wasn't my favorite book, but I didn't hate it as much as, say, Final Warning.I'm going to go back and re-read it again in the next couple days, when I'm not so excited and reading really fast in case there are any bits I missed. I do tend to do that.Thanks for reading my review. I'd love to know if you guys agree with me, or what your opinions are!~Ruthie~PS: Now that I have the book in my possession, I really do think Max looks like an old lady on the cover. She's got. . .white hair. . .

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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.

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  • please note this review was written when i was like 13 im so sorry please dont judge meIs it really called The End of Maximum Ride Oh, well Okay, I really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, REALLY hope Dylan and Max do NOT get together If they do, Team Fang needs to organize a group bonfire of all Maximum Ride books and get a party to go murder James Patterson WEED.FAX.I mean, seriously, 95% of all Maximum Ride readers are on Team Fang What a wimpy 5% James Patterson will b [...]


  • EDIT I finished Below is my review of pretty much the rest of the series Writing a review on just this book would be too hard.Before I even begin, let me begin by apologizing for what I m sure will turn into a rant I m sorry.First off Never What the heck was James Patterson thinking The first three titles The Angel Experiment, School s Out Forever, and Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports were great They were definitely, definitely unique I could even live with The Final Warning although, l [...]


  • Bah humbug Where to start, where to start Let s start with Fang going all goo goo eyed over Max s clone, Maya Then Max thinking squirrel thoughts about Dylan Maya dying and Fang thinking shit she died, well I better go rejoin my old flock and suck up to Max Fang being all like Max, I love you this is about you and me Dylan being all This book isn t even about saving the world Heck it s a love triangle teen drama with a dash of sci fi Who CARES about Fang s regrets Who CARES about Dylan s love is [...]


  • And here the Maximum Ride series has come full circle.That s not a good thing, mind It s not full circle like Bruce Wayne in a well in both Batman Begins and Dark Knight Rises It s not full circle in the motif sense, like the repetition is artful and meaningful, nor is it full circle in the satisfying sense, like Harry and Voldemort facing off for the last time in Deathly Hallows No This is full circle like James Patterson has totally and completely ran out of ideas.The Flock is once again on th [...]


  • YES THE END I thought I would NEVER hear it Thank you, Mr Patterson, that you FINALLY PUT THIS SERIES OUT OF ITS MISERY I mean really who continues a series for 8 BOOKS At least a dying series don t comment on that Its not that I don t love these books cuz I do but the plot died miserably back in book four, then was unfortnuatly birthed into the hell that is NO FAXNESS back in book six Lets just say this better make up for the crap that was the last two or four Saying that, I have a few Requests [...]


  • Okay, here we fucking go If you think that this book and this series and James Patterson whatever ghost writer he hired this time is the best thing since sliced bread, and think this review is wrong or too harsh or it was just a book than don t even bother commenting If you say, Oh well I m afraid I ll have to disagree on such and such that s fine Do not tell me my review was wrong or question why I felt this way about something If I got something wrong, you can point that out, it s fine However [...]


  • FINAL RATING 3.35 STARS CATCHALLWas this book perfect Not by a long shot But did I absolutely love it Yes It had a ton of problems don t get me wrong but my overall satisfaction with the book was high I do wish that some parts had been done differently, and that some of the problems had come to better solutions But despite this book s problems, yes, I did love it It was a fun and quick read in between some of the heavier stuff I ve shouldered latelyE HEROINE MAXSo, Max The first time I read abou [...]


  • My wishes for the last maximum ride book 1 Don t have the title be the end of maximum ride or be the name of someone in the flock useless it s iggy that I can live with 2 TEAM FANG Enough saidif Max and Dylan end up together I will burn every maximum ride book BECAUSE FANG ROCKS and I don t like Dylan why didn t he die in Fang I would have been much happier if he had died but I guess than having he in the book would have pointless Dylan sucks I think that title supposed to be never so one wish i [...]


  • God, don t let Dylan get max If James Patterson ends it with dylan and max together I will seriously burn this book Fang is my all time favortie charicter of any book, and Max and fang my favorite couple.Fang just plain rocks.Dylan is just, EWWW Hate Dylan.And I still don t know about angel Is she evil I don t know I want of the old charicters, how they used to act, I mean Plz plz plz don t ruin it JP


  • So Exciting I ll be sad that the whole series ends here, but I can t wait for it to come out Nor can I wait for the cover It should be epic This book had better be amazing, or I ll kill someone and then demand a re write by Mr Patterson Agh I love Fang Just saying P.S I ll kill another person if Max chooses the D man instead of Fang Also, just saying Update July 4th, 2011Okay, so the there s the title Woo No, not really That is not the title that I expected Never sounds like something about vamp [...]



  • I need to rant No, not about Max and Dylan being together Not about the title, not about the changes and how sucky the last books have gotten I am ranting about you dumb trolls I know I m going to get so much hell for this, but I think you guys that are reviewing this series are ALL wrong I made an account on this website just so I could say this, that s how mad I am First off, why are you all saying Max should be with Fang Why I loved the Fax couple up to the end of Fang when Fang left the floc [...]


  • I just finished this two stars worthy book.When I found out that this book, that I ve had on hold at the library for months and months, was available for me to pick up the very day it came out, I rejoiced.Never The Final Maximum Ride Adventure The book to end all books Literally the end of the world is upon the flock.I didn t hate this book I d take points off for the ending, and for just an aura, of an all action, a let s just kill someone off and do this here and that there because it ll help [...]


  • If Max ends up with Dylan, and not Fang, most likely I m going to either a chuck the book out the window,b Punch the closest person next to me, or,c Both a and b combined.


  • Alright look, Mr James i don t know what your middle name is Patterson, you gotta lot to cover in this last book if you wanna make everyone happy And I mean a LOT.Let me give you a recap on your homework 1 Please, please, PLEASE tell me what the hell Dr Chu and Brigid are supposed to be involved with You ve made them useless little dolls that aren t irrelevant to the current story at all come on, you REALLY thought I wanted to see them again Pul ease 2 FAX Must I explain myself one time through [...]


  • WOW.YOU.DIDTEATING ALL.I have mixed feelings about this book Whilst I m happy at the way it ended, I still felt that James Patterson had a lot of things built up throughout the series which he then proceeded to place giant roadblocks in front of.For example This isn t really much of a spoiler, so I m not going to enclose it The book ANGEL previous installment is nothing than a filler Okay, maybe there s some information you need to know Here There s a crazy bunch of people trying to take over t [...]


  • okay i really hope this is NOT the official titleTEAM FANG TEAM FAX enough said i mean, i don t hate dylan, but he does NOT go with Max, he could go take Maya for all i care and FANG MUST COME BACK if fang doesnt come back and fax is not together once again ill probably rip all of james patterson s books


  • EDIT EDIT EDIT REVIEW REVIEW REVIEW SCROLL DOWN PAST ALL THIS OLD STUFF TO READ IT SPOILER FREE.Oh, Max, Max, Max.Where did it all go wrong wellwe KNOW where it went wrong, but let s just keep with the rhetorical.After so many years of reading these books, investing my time, heart and soul into them, its all come down to this.Every Maximum Ride fan will tell you straight that this series has plummeted downhill faster than Max on overdrive since The Final Warning it s just an accepted fact And ye [...]


  • 8 26 2012 What did I just read This doesn t even make sense I was hoping I could leave off this series on a good note, to cleanly wipe it from my memory so I wouldn t constantly be thinking about what a piece of crap the last few books were But no James Patterson couldn t even do that.Lets start with Fangs story It begins with him and his gang getting attacked bywait for itAri Going back to when the rough draft of Never was being written JP Hey how many times have we brought Ari back to life Gho [...]


  • okayOO WHY THE END THESE BOOKS ARE AMAZINGi thought the this book would be called IGGY or GAZZY or NUDGE or MAYA or ELLA or JEB or DYLAN or TOTAL or some other character jk but most likely i thought iggy soooo im sad, these books ARE AMAZING anyways if max gets with dylan im gonna burn this book and JP better watch out ALL MAX FANS WILL BE MAD TEAM FANG whoevers team dylan is stupid if such a team exists cant wait til november what if he made a spin off series O maybe he will gasps what would i [...]


  • I think That Fang and Max were so perfect and JP totally screwed up by having him leave Dylan is alright, but honestly, Fang and maya, its like i want to tell himDear Fang, Your only with Maya because you still Love Max and she is an exact copy Sincerely,MeAnd also Dylan is ok, but, not with Max, I mean, I guess I would be fine if they got together, but, they don t work together as well as Fang and Max Dylan and Max Whatever Max, You SHOULD be with FangMax and Fang YAY Fang and Maya You re in de [...]


  • It s called The End of Maximum Ride I certainly hope that s a working title because it s pretty lame New Update Oh, good.Warning the rest of this update is nothing but spewing, just FYI.I m not evens sure I want to read this any What really annoys me is that James Patterson is a sellout I mean, seriously, it s turned into a book with teams for the two guys Like Twilight I honestly don t care who Max ends up with I liked the series a lot before that plotline came in.


  • I m very confused as to HOW James Patterson felt that this was a good ending to this series that I very much enjoyed up until Angel of course But I m pretty sure he took a bunch of the random ideas he came up with in all the books and smashed them together to make this big blob of of I don t even know But I think he should rewrite this book and Angel while he s at it so it s not so freaking all over the place.


  • The end isn t near, it s here2.5 stars.Where do I begin I was very excited for this book and had high hopes for it, keep that in mind.First off, NEVERMORE was always going to be well written It s James Patterson for goodness sake That dude could make the back of a cereal box captivating.But I m certain I m not the only one who feels that NEVERMORE, was a bit of a let down in other aspects.It started by Max almost swooning over Dylan, with hardly a mention of Fang or even her baby Angel, who had [...]


  • BEFORE READING NEVERMORE Dear James Patterson First of all, I really, really hope you wrote are writing this book yourself Not with a bunch of crap ghost writers who don t know Max and her gang and clearly never read the books, since they made Max all damsel y and the flock all whiney It seems after the first three you got tired of the Flock.RIGHT THERE YOU KNOW WHEN TO STOP A SERIES.But really, you wanted to milk it, didn t you You sicko, you knew we d never be able to resist not knowing what h [...]


  • This review was written when I was thirteen, so if it seems a little.ture, that s why I m going to leave it as it is, though It sums up the raw anger coursing through my soul when I had finished reading this book I CAN T FREAKING WAIT FAX FAX FAX FAX Seriously I think I m dying I just finished rereading Angel and I THIS SERIES HAS THE WORST LOVE TRIANGLE OF ALL TIME WHAT IT S NOW COMING OUT IN AUGUST AND THE END OF ANGEL BOTH SAID IT WAS FEBRUARY SCREAAAAMMMMMMMMMM NOOO Oh, there s a cover now M [...]


  • Never Really Can t he think of a imaginative title than Never Oh well It s still cool P AND WAY BETTER THAN THE END OF MAXIMUM RIDE DEFINITELY I m assuming that this book is going to be very long I mean, maybe not very long but at least kind of long There are soooo many things that need to be explained Like, was Sam from School s Out Forever an Eraser or not Where did Dr Martinez and Jeb and Ella and Dr Gunther Hagen WHO S GOING TO DIE, DYLAN OR FANG Pleasepleasepleasepleaseplease not Fang NOT [...]


  • I still need to read the fifth book Max,it s the fifth right But i already know about Dylan and only one thing I can say is I hope he gets hit by a bus


  • I read this out of pure loyalty I began reading the Maximum Ride series when I was in middle school and had just figured out I had a love for books I ve matured or something because this book was off the walls terrible DO NOT READ THIS IF YOU ARE A DIE HARD MAXIMUM RIDE FANLets start with the storyline The 99 percent Plan was laughable This entire book made me laugh and not in a good way I don t think I ve disliked a book this much since m m Marked 8 reasons this book failed.1 Max is a annoying [...]


  • You people are WRONG Max is destined to be with Dylan Dylan is the perfect other half for max Fang is a selfish boring Loser he left max, he replased her for maya Max deserves deserves Dylan, hes strong, funny, and has a better eyesight than Fang JP was right to separate Fang and Max Dont you see how max fits perfectly besides Dylan.Dylan Rules


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