Maximum Ride Forever by James Patterson, Entire Series Recap

Maximum Ride ForeverMaximum_Ride_Forever by James Patterson
Series: Maximum Ride #9 (9/9)
Published by Little, Brown and Company on May 18, 2015
Genres: [Young Adult] Science Fiction
Pages: 383
Format: Hardcover
Source: Publisher

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Rerated: 3 Stars
4 Stars, Completed May 22, 2015

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Beware of this being a long review. (But when are my reviews short anyway? I did make sure to bold the main points this time though.)

As some of you guys know, I got into reading when Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows was released the summer of 2007. Another series I particularly enjoyed after I found my newfound love for reading was the Maximum Ride series by James Patterson. Crazily enough, since 2007 I’ve kept up with the releases for Maximum Ride until the last book, Nevermore, which was published back in 2012. So imagine how confused I was when I discovered another would be released this year. To help clear some confusion for you guys: Nevermore was and is the intended last book of the series; Maximum Ride Forever is a special extended epilogue or encore if you will.

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