Welcome Back James Patterson! Granted in this book we still put out our views about the world today, (this book he focuses on stem cell research) but at least this time it isn't like his past few books where that is all we focus about is global warming etc instead of the story. And what a story! We have finally started to go back to the first Maximum Ride books that the fans have loved so much. Action packed, and this one...well...I can't even start to spoil it. But I will say, it's one heck of a roller coaster ride that had me going oh no he didn't, to OMG YES!, to NOOOOOO!!!!!!. So you're in for a treat loyal fans, because it's finally coming back to the style we all knew and loved.
This was an awesome read, but this was sad. I felt just as tore up for Fang and Max as I was for Bella and Edward in Twilight. Not to say that the book is exactly like Twilight, but just showing on an emotional level it rank up there with Bella's reactions. I won't give away the details. It was a joy to read even so.
The continuation of the bird Kids saga is as gripping as ever. As far as I know, this is the last of the series, but it certainly leaves the door open for another book..Fang leaves the flock and you know he cannot stay away forever, but this is how this book ends. the author has left us screaming for another in the series. Mr. Patterson?
There is still no inappropriate love making - just kissing- so nervous Moms can let their kids read it.
The Reading Grandma (me)approves this book.