In this breathtaking new story from the astonishing imagination of James Patterson, a girl has to save herself from an army assembled just to capture her-and maybe save the planet while she’s at it.
Maximum Ride is a perfectly normal teenager who just happens to be able to fly, the result of an out-of-control government experiment.
Max and the other members of the Flock-six kids who share her remarkable ability-have been asked to aid a group of environmental scientists studying the causes of global warming. The expedition seems like a perfect combination of adventure, activism–and escaping government forces who watch the Flock like a hawk.
But even in Antarctica, trapped in the harshest weather on our planet, Maximum Ride is an irresistible target in constant danger. For whoever controls her powers could also control the world. Maximum Ride is James Patterson’s greatest character, a heroine who manages to be human and fearless at once. (http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1829709.The_Final_Warning)
I want to go to Antarctica. When I was young, I dreamed of living there in igloos with snow and all that crap because it doesn’t snow in the Philippines. I often wonder what life would be like if I were to live in the coldest part of the world. But those fantasies fade away.
This book also opened my eyes with the problem of Global Warming (well, I was aware of it before but this book explained the effects further). We should try to prevent contributing to Global Warming. You know what to do.
“My wings kick butt.” -Max