March 3, 2013

Maximum Ride: School's Out--Forever by James Patterson

School's Out-Forever by James Patterson
Review by: Max (aka the coolest book reviewer to ever have lived)

Maximum Ride2.jpgOkay, everyone. This book is the second in a series! It might not be the brightest move to read this book first, or even read this review before you read the first book, which I reviewed here: Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment.

Now, onto the review!

School's Out--Forever picks up right where The Angel Experiment left off. The Flock is headed towards Washington D.C, but someone (cough cough, Fang) gets a little boo-boo, so they have to take him to the hospital, or, he'll, like, die. Here, the government finds them. At first, the Flock is all freaked out. They don't trust anyone! But eventually, they come to an agreement with Anne, one of the FBI agents; the Flock will be provided with a home, food, education and such as long as Anne can 'examine them at a distance.'
Sounds perfect, right?
Turns out, someone is secretly working for the School, Max has a clone, and nothing is ever as it seems.

As far as sequels go, this was great!
This book was a little deeper than the first, but it was still filled with plenty of action!
The relationships between characters developed more (cough, cough Max and Fang), which I loved and hated at the same time because I adore them together. Also, Max's relationship with her clone was interesting. At the end, Max does something surprising involving her clone, but I'm not going to tell you because that'd ruin the whole book.

Apparently, the government actually knew about the School. But what was the tiniest bit unrealistic about it was the fact that they didn't do anything to shut it down! That was my only bit of confusion regarding this book, however.

I still like all of the character, and the book definetely still had its funny moments. This series was one of the funniest I've read, ever, and if you read the first book, you should definetely read this. If you DIDN'T read the first book, read that, and then read this! You'll like it, I promise!

Fly on,

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