Book Reviews of Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports (Maximum Ride, Bk 3)

Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports (Maximum Ride, Bk 3)
Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports - Maximum Ride, Bk 3
Author: James Patterson
ISBN-13: 9780446194044
ISBN-10: 0446194042
Publication Date: 2/1/2008
Pages: 432
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 259 ratings
Publisher: Vision
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 8
This book is amazing. I only have a 100 pages left to go and this book keeps you guessing from page 1. Oh it's an awesome ride this time folks, I seriously think it is the best of the maximum ride series!! You will not be disappointed. And don't worry, I'm posting it up as soon as I'm done. This book deserves to be shared!!
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Helpful Score: 3
The time has arrived for Max and her winged "flock" to face their ultimate enemy and discover their original purpose: to defeat the takeover of "Re-evolution", a sinister experiment to re-engineer a select population into a scientifically superior master race...and to terminate the rest. Max, Fang, Iggy, Nudge, Gasman, and Angel have always worked together to defeat the forces working against them--but can they save the world when they are torn apart, living in hiding and captivity, halfway across the globe from one another?
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Helpful Score: 1
Interesting book - a departure from Paterson's usual fare. It's definitely geared toward the younger readers - teens and tweens who like something familiar yet different. His characters have real-world issues common to many with the additional burden of being mutants. It's a good read; I'd recommend it for those who enjoy this genre.
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Helpful Score: 1
Hilarious! All ages will love this book. This one is my favorite in the series!
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Fun book in a fun series. Not Paterson's best works, but I don't think he means them to be. Just a fun ride!
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my son and i love these stories. we have a great time following the adventures of the flock!
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I LOVED this book. It was full of action, humor, romance and it made me wanna grow my own wings and fly.
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best book ever
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I just finished reading it. It was awsome. Can't wait to start the 4th one in the series.
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In my opinion, it's one of the best books in the Maximum Ride Series. It was a great read... I couldn't put the book down!
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Action packed. Really likled it.
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Excellant! Fast moving, edge of your seat.
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Reviewed by Karin Perry for TeensReadToo.com

Max and the flock are back. While she continues to keep the flock safe, she also has to figure out how she is supposed to save the world. The evil plan is days away from unfolding. Half of the people in the world are going to be killed in order to give the worthy ones that remain a chance to thrive. The human race has done such a poor job of taking care of the planet that the Itex Corporation decided only the people with something to offer deserve the right to live in it.

Another problem the flock is dealing with is the creation of an updated version of Erasers. Now made of metal and covered with a layer of skin, learning how to take them out takes a little time - especially since these "Flyboys" come equipped with guns!

Relationships are strained within the flock in this latest installment of the MAXIMUM RIDE saga. Fang continues to update his blog and attempt to enlist children from around the world to become involved with the fight against Itex and all its subsidiaries. Max doesn't have faith that kids can help, which, of course, causes friction between them and ultimately leads to a split in the group.

The reader is tugged along on a roller coaster ride adventure with Max's constant sarcastic commentary to guide them. We see familiar faces as well as meet brand new players in this deadly game. Max manages to thwart disaster, reconcile the flock, and discover the identity of her parents. James Patterson does a nice job of tying up loose ends and leaves the story with a satisfying ending. If there isn't a fourth installment, fans will be happy with the way Max and the rest of the flock land on their feet.
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the best book ever it will get your adrenaline pumping and u wount be able to stop it till an hour later. go save the world or ........... learn how
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Reviewed by Karin Perry for TeensReadToo.com

Max and the flock are back. While she continues to keep the flock safe, she also has to figure out how she is supposed to save the world. The evil plan is days away from unfolding. Half of the people in the world are going to be killed in order to give the worthy ones that remain a chance to thrive. The human race has done such a poor job of taking care of the planet that the Itex Corporation decided only the people with something to offer deserve the right to live in it.

Another problem the flock is dealing with is the creation of an updated version of Erasers. Now made of metal and covered with a layer of skin, learning how to take them out takes a little time - especially since these "Flyboys" come equipped with guns!

Relationships are strained within the flock in this latest installment of the MAXIMUM RIDE saga. Fang continues to update his blog and attempt to enlist children from around the world to become involved with the fight against Itex and all its subsidiaries. Max doesn't have faith that kids can help, which, of course, causes friction between them and ultimately leads to a split in the group.

The reader is tugged along on a roller coaster ride adventure with Max's constant sarcastic commentary to guide them. We see familiar faces as well as meet brand new players in this deadly game. Max manages to thwart disaster, reconcile the flock, and discover the identity of her parents. James Patterson does a nice job of tying up loose ends and leaves the story with a satisfying ending. If there isn't a fourth installment, fans will be happy with the way Max and the rest of the flock land on their feet.
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I absolutely love the Max Series
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Good Read
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Book three of one of my favorite series! Patterson effectively combines a great deal of action with a storyline that pulls you in. There's even some romance to complete the typical YA definition. I devoured this book the first time I read it and knew I had to add it to my collection. Highly recommended!
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I like this series...always want to see what comes up next
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I loved this entire series. As a retired, but not OLD, librarian I think that this is a great series for reluctant readers. Patterson wrote these books with his son in mind, who did not like to read. He also wanted to write a book that would span all age groups. It worked for me. I love the charactures. Max is my favorite Patterson person yet. I like her more than Alex Cross...and I loved Alex!! The concept of the books is a little strange. Dealing with children who were created in a lab and have a little bird dna thrown in with their human stuff...they hae wings...they fly...the each have other separated powers as well. HOWEVER, if you can look beyond "Bird Kids" and get caught up in the story, you will find yourself in a reading panic as you finish one book and wonder when the next will be coming in!!
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Loved it!
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Reviewed by Karin Perry for TeensReadToo.com

Max and the flock are back. While she continues to keep the flock safe, she also has to figure out how she is supposed to save the world. The evil plan is days away from unfolding. Half of the people in the world are going to be killed in order to give the worthy ones that remain a chance to thrive. The human race has done such a poor job of taking care of the planet that the Itex Corporation decided only the people with something to offer deserve the right to live in it.

Another problem the flock is dealing with is the creation of an updated version of Erasers. Now made of metal and covered with a layer of skin, learning how to take them out takes a little time - especially since these "Flyboys" come equipped with guns!

Relationships are strained within the flock in this latest installment of the MAXIMUM RIDE saga. Fang continues to update his blog and attempt to enlist children from around the world to become involved with the fight against Itex and all its subsidiaries. Max doesn't have faith that kids can help, which, of course, causes friction between them and ultimately leads to a split in the group.

The reader is tugged along on a roller coaster ride adventure with Max's constant sarcastic commentary to guide them. We see familiar faces as well as meet brand new players in this deadly game. Max manages to thwart disaster, reconcile the flock, and discover the identity of her parents. James Patterson does a nice job of tying up loose ends and leaves the story with a satisfying ending. If there isn't a fourth installment, fans will be happy with the way Max and the rest of the flock land on their feet.
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I loved books #1 and #2 of the Maximum Ride series and couldn't wait for this #3 book to be available. I wish I could say it was worth the wait, but it wasn't. Very little plot and few, if any, surprises. If you are a fan of 'the flock', then it's worth reading just to tie up the few loose ends left over from #2. Not one of Patterson's best.
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This was an abridged version, 4 CDs about 4 hours. I have listened to the 1st and 2nd books in this series also in the abridged version. The series premise is interesting, kind of Dark Angel-ish and the first 2 books are mostly an introduction to the characters and several chase scenes, not deep, but enjoyable. This book tries to pull the "conspiracy" together and it really is so full of holes that it's tough to go along with it. It may be a function of the abridgement, but 90% of the dialogue is Max's smart mouth, way past the point of annoying. There is a distinct Nazi parallel, but instead of highlighting the sanctity of all life and personal freedom, somehow Max gets a fractured political philosophy out of this that involves clean air and punishing those who don't agree with her. This is my last one of these.
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I love this series
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Suspense thriller. one of my favourite books!
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Love this series! Great for all ages!