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Fang

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Maximum Ride : Book 6

by James Patterson
Paperback
Publication Date: 01/03/2011
2/5 Rating 1 Reviews
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Emotions are running high in the sixth instalment of the bestselling Maximum Ride series

Fang will be the first to die...Maximum Ride is used to surviving against the odds, but nothing has ever come as close to destroying her as the horrifying prophesy that she will lose her best friend, her soulmate.

Max's desperate desire to protect Fang brings the two closer together than ever. But when the magnificent Dylan is introduced into the flock, their world is upended yet again.

Raised in a lab like the others, Dylan has been created for only one reason: to be Max's perfect partner.And meanwhile, the apocalypse is coming...

ISBN:
9780099543763
9780099543763
Category:
Adventure stories (Children's / Teenage)
Format:
Paperback
Publication Date:
01-03-2011
Publisher:
Cornerstone
Country of origin:
United Kingdom
Pages:
352
Dimensions (mm):
198x129x129mm
Weight:
0.25kg
James Patterson

James Patterson is one of the best-known and biggest-selling writers of all time. His books have sold in excess of 385 million copies worldwide. He is the author of some of the most popular series of the past two decades - the Alex Cross, Women's Murder Club, Detective Michael Bennett and Private novels - and he has written many other number one bestsellers including romance novels and stand-alone thrillers.

James is passionate about encouraging children to read. Inspired by his own son who was a reluctant reader, he also writes a range of books for young readers including the Middle School, Dog Diaries, Treasure Hunters and Max Einstein series. James has donated millions in grants to independent bookshops and has been the most borrowed author in UK libraries for the past thirteen years in a row. He lives in Florida with his family.

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating

2 / 5 (1 Ratings)
  • a poor effort

    by on

    Fang is the sixth novel in the Maximum Ride series by James Patterson. The action starts with the Flock flying to Africa to feed the hungry as part of a promotion for the Coalition to Stop the Madness. Here they meet billionaire scientist Dr Hans Gunther-Hagen, who tries to enlist their support for his experiments. They also meet another bird kid, Dylan, who is supposedly a perfect match for Max. Angel predicts that Fang will die soon. Back home in Nevada, they do some research and conclude Dr. H-Gs another evil scientist. Tension grows between Flock members as Max and Fang focus on each other. Mr Chu and Jeb turn up again, as do another batch or Erasers. This instalment has plenty of action: fights, guns, explosions, a Flock wedding, defection by several members of the Flock, the death of a Flock member, a leadership tumble, and a showdown where Angel points a gun at Max. Patterson makes a token effort to increase youth awareness of the effects of hunger, HIV and civil war in Africa by giving them a crash course (a paragraph or two) in food, fuel and climate. Theres also a mention of stem cell research and experimentation on human children. Patterson states his goal is to get more kids to read: a pity his writing is of such low quality. This one has a poorly thought-out plot, the dialogue lacks the wit, humour and snap of the previous books, and some the characters act like they have been possessed by aliens. I wonder if the next instalment, Angel, will be any better?