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March 1, 2018

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Review: Maximum Ride #3: "Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports" by James Patterson

Title: Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports


Author: James Patterson


Page Count: 405



You're about to join the adventures of Max, Fang, Iggy, Nudge, Gazzy, and Angel, six extraordinary kids who have powers like no other: they can fly, and they're being chased-no, hunted-across America and around the world, James Patterson has called MAXIMUM RIDE the best story he's ever written.




But I promise that you'll fly higher than ever before in this wild adventure, witness battles worthy of multiplex movie screens, and laugh until your sides hurt.


Believe it or not, there's even a little romance.

But all good things-and even terrible, unspeakable ones-must come to an end. This is that moment in time, I'm afraid.

Either we save the world, or we crash and burn. And I mean all of us-even you, faithful reader, because you play a very big part in this story.




Other Books in the Series:

The Angel Experiment, School's Out-Forever, The Final Warning, Max, Fang, Angel, Nevermore and Maximum Ride Forever


If You Liked This Book You May Like:

School's Out-Forever (Maximum Ride Book 2) by James Patterson

The Final Warning (Maximum Ride Book 4) by James Patterson

Max (Maximum Ride Book 5) by James Patterson


Our Review:

I was on the edge of my seat when I read this book, and that's why I love the series so much. You can't put it down. Especially the end, I was walking around my house reading (I almost tripped on my dog >_<). This series might be the one series where I don't feel like the author's run out of ideas, but it's only the third book so maybe later on that will change.


The Bottom Line: So far so awesome, epic suspense story as always 


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