Maximum Ride: Nevermore, Paperback Book
4 out of 5 (1 rating)


In the beginning, there was maximum ride...A girl. A fighter. A leader. A superhuman with a mission to save the world. She's gone to the ends of the earth seeking her destiny. And now, the end isn't near...It's here.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Cornerstone
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Science fiction
  • ISBN: 9780099544135

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I loved this book from cover to cover, it was the almost perfect end to a perfect series.This book takes you on a journey as the flock(s) try to save the world- yet again- I know that this might seem repetitive but it really worked.The best thing about this book is that it was full of mystery, surprises (it would be an absolute insult to the book if I wrote them down) and of course action, just what you'd expect from a maximum ride novel. Actually, scrap that, the best thing about this book, and all the books in this epic series is the humour and irony. i sometimes end up laughing out loud in rooms full of people.The worst thing about this book is that it was the last one. I've read every one and fell in love with them all.However, this book wasn't perfect...Some of the sub-plots were so predictable it was irritating. Also, the characters have all changed so much. If I read the first book in the series again, I probably wouldn't recognise the characters. Also, in the last few books, more characters are important and it's a bit confusing. If there was going to be more people in the book then James Patterson should have built their characters up more because you didn't know much about them.Another bad thing is that, it has a really cheesy ending, one of the reasons (there are a lot) I like maximum ride so much is that it isn't cheesy.Also, just a point (not necessarily a bad one), the ending was left at a massive cliff hanger (you'll get that joke if you read the book) which confused me a bit. Why does a book need to be left at a cliff hanger if there are going to be no more. Maybe I'm just annoyed because i like the book so much I want to read more!How it was written...The style of writing was very good. It was informal but not too childish and moved fast enough for me not to get board.In conclusion, I would highly recommend this book , don't let a few bad points keep you away.I think it's important that you read the series from the start even though it tends to recap a bit of the flocks basic story (very tedious to someone who has read them all) it will probably be very confusing.I hope this review has been helpful

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