West Regional Library Reads: Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment

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Maximun Ride: The Angel Experiment by James Patterson

This book is about six teenager kids who have wings and can fly. Their names are Max, Fang, Iggy, Nudge, Angel, and the Gasman. Max is the leader of the group. They live away from public so that they can’t be found by people from the “School.” That was where they were born and had bird DNA grafted into their bodies. The School is full of corrupt and inhuman people, and the group does not want to be captured by them to be experimented on. Who knows what evil things they will do the them?
After their home is attacked by Erasers (who are part human part wolf soldiers of the School) and Angel is captured, Max, Fang, and Nudge go to the School to save her. Iggy and the Gasman stay at the house to guard it. They all get captured by the School, though. Why does the School want them back? Will Max and the others escape? Unknown to them, they have a destiny that will change their lives forever…
The storyline has unexpected twists and turns that will make sure you keep reading. The book is based on Max’s viewpoint, so you find out about her opinions, thoughts, feelings, basically everything about her. I would rate this book a 9 out of 10.

-Teen Reviewer: Cheenu T., West Regional Library


2 Responses to West Regional Library Reads: Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment

  1. awtechnofish says:

    I LOVED that book!!!!!!
    sorry to say but Angel and Gassy are not teenagers

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