Sunday, February 08, 2009

Saving the World and other Extreme Sports (book review)

Saving the World and other Extreme Sports, by James Patterson, is the third installment in the Maximum Ride series. Max and her friends, Fang, Iggy, the Gasman (or Gazzy), Nudge, and Angel, are six kids who have escaped from a horrible laboratory called the School. Bird DNA was grafted into their bodies when they were infants, so now they have wings and can fly. Max and the "flock" were happy to sit back and relax after their escape, but they soon found out that the School was in league with an organization called Itex, who planned to wipe out almost everyone on Earth and create a new, better "super-race". As it turned out, Max and her friends were the only ones who could stop them.

Now Max and her friends have been captured, and are back at the horrible School once again. And it turns out one of them just might be a traitor. But who? Have Max and her friends finally met their end?

I thought this book was really good. It was action-packed, and the plot was intricately developed. There were a ton of cliffhangers, and it kept me guessing at every turn.

I give this book 4 out of 5 stars.

This book is for the Sci-Fi Experience.

3 comments:

J. Kaye said...

Great review! Both Jimmy and Nona loved this series. :) Do you know if there will be more books in this series?

Debi said...

J. Kaye--

Thanks! One just came out a while ago, called The Final Warning, and I heard that there's supposed to be a brand new one coming out in March.

--Annie

J. Kaye said...

Super! I'll pass this info on to Jimmy and Nona. We'll keep on the lookout. :)