Maximum Ride: Angel
Max Ride and her best friends have always had one another's backs. No. Matter. What. Living on the edge as fugitives, they never had a choice. But now they're up against a deadly force that's racing across the globe, and just when they need him the most--Fang is gone. He's creating his own gang... show more
Max Ride and her best friends have always had one another's backs. No. Matter. What. Living on the edge as fugitives, they never had a choice. But now they're up against a deadly force that's racing across the globe, and just when they need him the most--Fang is gone. He's creating his own gang that will replace everyone--including Max.Max is heartbroken over losing Fang, her soul mate. Her closest friend. But with Dylan ready and willing to fight by her side, and she can no longer deny that his incredible intensity draws her in. Max, Dylan, and the rest of their friends must soon join forces with Fang and his new gang for an explosive showdown in Paris that's unlike anything you've ever imagined . . . or read.
Publish date: 2011-02-14
Pages no: 298
Edition language: English
Series: Maximum Ride (#7)
O-M-G! O-M-G! O-M-G! Guyz! Guyz, guess what!!! GUESS WHAT!! BOOK SEVEN AND STILL NO APOCALYPSE!!!!! FML. Only one book to go.
I thoroughly enjoyed this series as did my children, it was fast paced, exciting, action packed and very well written. The characters are all so different but gel together wonderfully and you can't help but get drawn into their world. Definately a series I would and have recommended to friends.
Well, I was expecting to really be upset with Angel in this book, but surprise, I really enjoyed that little girl. This is still Max's story, but we also get some of Fang's side since he split again from the group. Oh and about that... I could so totally kick Fang's... uh... hiney for how he is trea...
I would like to get something straight about these Maximum Ride novels: These are for kids. The writing is purely juvenile, and though it definitely isn’t the best, it’s the type that should appeal to a middle schooler and how they talk. Not many talk like the narrator, I’m sure, but maybe James Pat...