Maximum Ride: Nevermore

Maximum Ride: Nevermore

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In the beginning, there was maximum ride...A girl. A Fighter. A Leader. A superhuman with a mission to save the world. She's gone to the ends of the earthseeking her destiny. And now, the end isn't near...It's more

Product details

  • 12+
  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 136 x 216 x 32mm | 421.84g
  • Cornerstone
  • Arrow (Young)
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Trade Paperback.
  • 0099544121
  • 9780099544128
  • 26,228

About James Patterson

JAMES PATTERSON is one of the best-known and biggest-selling writers of all time. He is the author of the bestselling series for young readers, Witch & Wizard (nominated for the 2011 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards), Maximum Ride, Daniel X and Middle School. This is as well as writing three of the top detective series around - the Alex Cross, Women's Murder Club and Michael Bennett novels - and many other number one bestsellers including romance novels and stand-alone thrillers. He lives in Florida with his wife and son.James was inspired by his son, who was a reluctant reader, to write books specifically for young readers. He has also formed a partnership with the National Literacy Trust, an independent, UK-based charity that changes lives through literacy. In 2010, James Patterson was voted Author of the Year at the Children's Choice Book Awards in New more

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28,582 ratings
3.87 out of 5 stars
5 43% (12,155)
4 24% (6,830)
3 18% (5,252)
2 9% (2,639)
1 6% (1,706)

Our customer reviews

Nevermore is the eighth and (thankfully) final novel in the Maximum Ride series by James Patterson. The action opens with Max, Dylan, Iggy, Gazzy and Nudge living in Oregon and going to school, trying to be normal kids. Fang's gang, Fang, Maya, Star, Kate, Ratchet and Holden are in California where Fang is monitoring the activity of the 99%ers, an extension of the Doomsday group from the previous novel. Angel, missing since events in Paris, is being held at the School by, you guessed it, those evil scientists, doing nasty experiments and surgical procedures. Much of the Max chapters are filled will teen angst. Lots of nasties from previous books turn up: another version of Ari and the Erasers; Jeb Batchelder; and Gunther-Hagen. The Voice is again heard, by Fang and all the Flock. Once again, we have the situation of the Flock going to rescue one of their members from captivity in a lab full of evil, psychotic scientists: how many times have we done this now? Does saving the world include recycling plots as well as paper? The Flock finally end up on a tropical island paradise, and if that sounds too god to be true, well, of course it is. It is hard to know why Patterson dragged this series out for so long. Or perhaps it isn't; I borrowed this book from the library as I wasn't going to outlay money after the last two. The writing is poor, the plot predictable and the characters wooden. In the first Fang chapter, Patterson even forgot that Fang's gang had six members. I stubbornly stuck with this series even when it went seriously downhill after Saving the World, because I wasn't going to let it beat me: thank god that's over!!show more
by Marianne Vincent
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