The Angel Experiment
 
 
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This novel is perfect for middle schoolers who are looking for a thrilling read that is easy to understand yet is captivating and will keep them on the edge of their feet.

TOTALLY RECOMMEND THIS SERIES! I remember this series so well and I loved it! Trust me you will not be able to put this book down once you have started so I have warned you :)

I absolutely loved this book!!!! I enjoyed the whole series but the first is definitely the best in my opinion. I had read the adult version of this book and this was a great adaption for younger readers and I love the concept behind it.

The first few I these books are some of my favorite young adult books ever, and I rarely give books such a high distinction. It fulfills every persons dreams of being a genius with wings and a destiny to change the world.

OK. I thought this was going to be a lame cheese fest. I mean, James Patterson? I know kids seem to like the series OK, and even a couple adults have recommended it to me. But I figured it wasn't my bag. I'm not sure why. Genetically engineered mutant kids with wings escaping from evil scientists...

This book was okay, but I just felt like it didn't have a lot of substance. I didn't really take anything away from it, almost like it didn't have a lot of deep meaning. And it wasn't terribly entertaining, either. I just would have liked the characters to be a little deeper, I guess. I doubt I w...

Max is a sarcastic and tough teen with amazing wings. She's leader of her flock of bird kids, and they work hard to stay away from the troublesome adult scientists. Max struggles to keep her flock together, discover her destiny, and save the world while she's at it. Finding their parents would be...

Take a bit of the child-like innocence vs. evil of Harry Potter, some of the artificially-created destiny from Ender's Game, throw in the flying fantasies from Eragon and mix them in with Patterson's trademark flippant characterization, and you've got Maximum Ride. This is the book I'm going to r...

One of my students recommended this book, and while I was intrigued by the premise, and the fact that the protagonist is a female action hero, I found the dialogue beyond basic (only an adult would imagine that kids really communicate like this) and the plot was a liitle repetitious. it's part of...

I love this book. It was exciting, funny, interesting, and original. I really really love it. This book really should have been two books. One for the part with them saving Angel and one for the part where they're in New York. I think it might have been better that way. Give readers a little break...

Maximum Ride is not an ordinary teenage girl. She and her 'siblings' are part of a governmental genetic experiment. Max is part human, part bird, and a whole lot of attitude. Anyways, for the majority of the book, Max and her 'flock' are on the run from the government and these bad guys called er...

The book is about a group of 6 kids who are pretty normal except they are 98% human and 2% bird! They have wings, can fly, and also posses super-human talents. They were created at a place called the “School”. They lived there as experiments until Jeb, a human scientist set them free. Each member...

This is my first James Patterson, so I'm not entirely sure about his writing style, but I guess the way he's written this book was as if it was the protagonist. Patterson writes in the voice of the girl hero Maximum Ride, and ends mostly with small cliffhangers, which compels the readers to conti...

this is a really terrible book. it's even worse than the whole twilight and eragon series combined together. the plot is extremely obnoxious, it features cardboard characters, and it has awfully absurd twists. it's dialogues are really horrible, like n old man trying very hard to sound young. thi...

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