Thursday, November 11, 2010

School's Out - Forever by James Patterson

School's Out - Forever (Maximum Ride, #2; The Fugitives, #2)
By James Patterson
Publisher: Little, brown and Company, 2006
409 pages, paperback
Date Finished: 9/6/2010
Genres: Action, Adventure, Coming of Age, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Young Adult

First Line of Book: "Sweeping, swooping, soaring, air-current thrill rides -- there's nothing better."
Last Line of Book: "Fang and I leaned against each other and laughed and laughed, unable to speak, for the longest time."

Review: This book was amazing! After waiting a whole month to read the sequel to The Angel Experiment, I was more than happy to to start this novel. There was more action, adventure, and more humans that make Max and the flock feel normal. More battles with Erasers -- wo've been upgraded; they now have wings -- and more romacne. Tere seems to be quite a few people kissing in School's Out - Forever, but it didn't go any farther so it's pretty clean :). I am definitely recommending this book and series. If you hven't read School's Out Forever, you should start ASAP. If you have even read The Angel Experiment: what are you waiting for?!!

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Quotes from the Book:

"Compared to the Erasers, we were nimble little stinging wasps, and they were cluinky, slow, awkward flying cows."

" 'Boy, you just can't kill people like you used to,' said Fang."

"Later I sat at the table doing my homework, which is just anotehr term for "grown-up-imposed yet self-inflicted torture," IMHO." {IMHO = in my humble opinion}

"In less than a minute I had to angle out of it and swoop up again so I didn't squish like a mosquito on the windshield of the world.
Who said poetry was dead?"

" 'I'll be second-in-command,' Total offered.
'Oh yeah, you'd be so focused on the job,' Gazzy sneered. 'Until a rabbit ran across your path.' "

" 'How?' I persisted. 'We look identical. She even had indentical scars and scratches. She was wearing my clothes. How could you tell us apart?'

Fang turned to me and grinned, making my world brighter. 'She offered to cook breakfast.' "

3 comments:

Ginny said...

Zakiya, I'm taking your advice and will read the sequel soon :)

Zakiya LadyWings said...

Awesome! I hope you enjoy it, Ginny! :D

Lu said...

Great review!

Starting this book soon :)

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