Sunday, February 14, 2016

Book Review: Maximum Ride: Max - The Maximum Ride Series


James Patterson's bestselling Maximum Ride series is back, with Max and the gang as The Protectors. Someone--or something--is decimating ships and sea life off Hawaii's coast, and Max and her flock find themselves sucked into the Navy's top-secret investigation of the catastrophe. Their objective: Rescue Max's activist mom from a wicked subterranean enemy. The hitch: They must dive deep into dark waters, where gruesome evil dwells... and for high-flying Maximum Ride, could there be anythingmore terrifying than being trapped in the great abyss? This soaring new adventure takes Maximum Ride and the Flock into terrifying new territory--fans, hold your breath!

My Review

This is the fifth book of the Maximum Ride series by James Patterson. This book is 321 pages long.

Max and the flock are doing fine while spending time with Max's mom. Fang and Max are finding love throughout this whole ordeal until Max's mom gets captured. They have to get the help of the US Navy. A new threat is upon the flock called the Uber Director and he won't stop until they get sold to the highest bidder. On top of Max's' mom's kidnapping Angel, Total, and Akila are stuck out in a crevice in below level temperatures. You know how the flock feels about being in tight spaces, well they are in a submarine being attacked by robo-ninjas. Angel was right, Max and Fang really need to learn hoow to breathe underwater. Where is Max's mom? Will Angel and the others get out of the crevice?

I liked this book, but it isn't my favorite. It was still a great read, though. It was full of suspense and very action-packed. I was rooting for Max and Fang all along! I can't wait to read the next books! James Patterson is ery good at making you feel like your in the book.

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