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Product details

  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Arrow (15 Aug. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0099550121
  • ISBN-13: 978-0099550129
  • Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 2.4 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 66,865 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Praise for the Maximum Rideseries
#1 "New York Times" Bestseller
"Publishers Weekly" Bestseller
An ALA Quick Pick for Young Adults
An ALA/"VOYA" "Teens' Top Ten" Pick
A "VOYA" Review Editor's Choice
A New York Public Library "Books for the Teen Age" Selection
A "KLIATT" Editors' Choice
A Children's Choice Book Awards Author of the Year for "MAX"

Praise for the Maximum Ride series
#1 "New York Times" Bestseller
"Publishers Weekly" Bestseller
An ALA Quick Pick for Young Adults
An ALA/"VOYA" "Teens' Top Ten" Pick
A "VOYA" Review Editor's Choice
A New York Public Library "Books for the Teen Age" Selection
A "KLIATT" Editors' Choice
A Children's Choice Book Awards Author of the Year for "MAX" --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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The final novel in the bestselling Maximum Ride series

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Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
Well, finally the Maximum Ride series has come to an end. For 8 books we've been rushing to the end, eager to find out what will happen next in the saga of Max's life. This book could have been the fourth book, really. It's finally back to a reasonable length following 4 relatively short books. It's no where near as long as 1-3, but it encompasses a large amount of plot.
I won't give away the ending, that'd seem cruel. But I will say that although I enjoyed the book, as it seemed to round off most of the plot lines...there were a few questions left unanswered. It also felt a little rushed in places and didn't necessarily fill me with the same thrill as the first three.
It was a good book, if you've followed Max's journey since the start, as it was finally an ending you could be happy with and we finally found out what would happen with Max/Fang.
The only major bad point I found with it was that once again 'SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT' was being forced at you. The first three books climate change & the environment were mentioned a relatively small amount, however in the last 5 books in has been an undercurrent theme and it's annoyed me every time. I understand the need for people to be aware of climate change, but I don't need a geography lesson whilst I'm trying to enjoy my book...That's my only major gripe with it though, aside from that it was nice to see Max with an ending she deserved, surrounded by people she deserved.

Though I'll admit...The end of the last chapter, (written beautifully by the way, I just adored the way Patterson did those final few pages) before the Epilogues got to me a bit...Well...OK...more than a bit.

Once again James Patterson creates a roller coaster of emotions and there's just enough time left for Maximum Ride to pull at your heart strings and have you rooting for her and the rest of the flock.
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This review will contain a lot of spoilers!!! if you haven't read the book yet and you don't want to know what happens then don't read this review. If you've all ready read it or are not bothered about knowing then by all means read on:

So this is it, a whole weekend (well 3 days) of reading and I've got through the entire series. I was actually quite nervous reading this last one, I've been quite disappointed with the others and I really wanted this one to be good, to make it all worthwhile. And although I try to avoid books online if I know I am going to read them soon, I couldn't help but stumble over a couple for this book and I have to say they weren't that positive.

So the book starts off right in a 'woah' moment and I was like what??? It's sort fo a flash forward and then chapter one starts back to where the previous book ended. Well technically about 3 months later but it sort of works.

The flock think Angel is dead and are trying to move on to a life without her, although no-one seems to be grieving or talking about her?!? Meanwhile Angel herself is back in a lab being subjected to horrific tests and experiments and for the first time since the first book I actually wanted to hug Angel and tell her she'd be OK.

Fang is still in his own but not quite happy with his lot, he still misses Max and his new 'flock' aren't what he'd hoped they be.

Max and Dylan are exploring their relationship more, but Max seems to be toughening up a bit again and it was good to see her kick-ass behaviour back. Although she wallows a bit and makes a boy pro/con list. I mean really?? eugh!

They also go to school to try to be 'normal', yes because that has worked in the past!
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I've read all these books and they just get better and better ! Just brilliant if you liked the others you won't be disappointed, those who have not read the series do so :) can't wait for the next book
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This book was so disappointing. It was very rushed, their was barely any plot and I just didn't care what happened to any of the characters.
Old characters were brought back pointlessley and others were either killed off or ignored.
Obviously the author no longer cared about these characters or the Maximum Ride series.

Dont waste your time with this book.....
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WARNING CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Im sorry to say, Nevermore was a HUGE disappointment. I was sooo excited about it coming out, and the moment it arrived i read it straight away. However, i was seriously disappointed for various reasons:

1. Patterson spends the whole first half making it look like dylan and max are together. It takes her on a motorbike ride, they go on a date, she KISSES him for crying out loud. But then Fang turns up, and she forgets any feelings she had toward him and runs off with fang!

2. At the end Max decides she and Fang should fly off to tell the world about the apocalypse HOWEVER she obviously didnt care that much because she spends THE WHOLE NIGHT BEFORE getting 'hot and heavy' with Fang. If she really cared she could have gone off to warn them BEFORE she started lip locking.

3. There was no plot, it felt as if Patterson was trying to just stitch all the pieces together. Oh we found Angel, oh Fangs back, oh we found Jeb, oh we found Ella. There was no structure!

4. Max attitude at the end! The whole death speech was ok, but it should have represented the fierce, smart leader, but i didnt get anything out of it.... Then the epilouge AFTER that. Max dosent seem to care AT ALL the humans maybe all be dying. She says something about 'the human world wasnt that good anyway'. So all the innocent children and babies deserve to die??

Overall, i feel from the 5th book Patterson went down hill. Max is no longer the fearless, funny, fierce leader, the plot is all over the place and Nudge,Gazzy and Iggy hardly get a look in. It was a serious dissapointment, and I felt like James Patterson had just tried to fix all the problems as quick as possible. NOT what i wanted the series to end as.
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