The Angel Experiment

The Angel Experiment WELCOME TO MY NIGHTMARE Do not put this book down I m dead serious your life could depend on it I m risking everything by telling you but you need to knowRAP YOURSELF IN for the thrill ride you ll wan

  • Title: The Angel Experiment
  • Author: James Patterson
  • ISBN: 9780755329632
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Paperback
  • WELCOME TO MY NIGHTMARE Do not put this book down I m dead serious your life could depend on it I m risking everything by telling you but you need to knowRAP YOURSELF IN for the thrill ride you ll want to take again and again From Death Valley, California, to the bowels of the New York City subway system, you re about to take off on a heart stopping adventure thaWELCOME TO MY NIGHTMARE Do not put this book down I m dead serious your life could depend on it I m risking everything by telling you but you need to knowRAP YOURSELF IN for the thrill ride you ll want to take again and again From Death Valley, California, to the bowels of the New York City subway system, you re about to take off on a heart stopping adventure that will blow you awayYOUR FAITHFUL COMPANIONS Max, Fang, Iggy, Nudge, the Gasman and Angel Six kids who are pretty normal in most ways except that they re 98% human, 2% bird They grew up in a lab, living like rats in cages, but now they re free Aside, of course, from the fact that they re prime prey for Erasers wicked wolf like creatures with a taste for flying humansE MISSIONS Rescue Angel from malicious mutants Infiltrate a secret facility to track down the flock s missing parents Scavenge for sustenance Get revenge on an evil traitor And save the world If there s time.

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    1. James Patterson

      Official US SiteOfficial UK SiteBookShotsJIMMY Patterson BooksOfficial Site for James Patterson s Middle School SeriesReadKiddoReadJames Patterson has created enduring fictional characters than any other novelist writing today with his Alex Cross, Michael Bennett, Women s Murder Club, Private, NYPD Red, Daniel X, Maximum Ride, and Middle School series As of January 2016, he has sold over 350 million books worldwide and currently holds the Guinness World Record for the most 1 New York Times bestsellers In addition to writing the thriller novels for which he is best known, he also writes children s, middle grade, and young adult fiction and is also the first author to have 1 new titles simultaneously on the New York Times adult and children s bestsellers lists.The son of an insurance salesman and a schoolteacher, Patterson grew up in Newburgh, New York, and began casually writing at the age of nineteen In 1969, he graduated from Manhattan College He was given a full ride to Vanderbilt University s graduate program in English but dropped out after a year, knowing that he wouldn t be able to continue reading and writing for pleasure if he became a college professor.Instead, he moved to New York to become a junior copywriter for the advertising agency J Walter Thompson, eventually becoming CEO of its North American company.In 1976, while still working for J Walter Thompson, Patterson published his first novel, The Thomas Berryman Number, with Little, Brown and Company After being turned down by thirty one publishers, it won the Edgar Award for Best First Novel Patterson s 1993 novel, Along Came a Spider, his first novel to feature Alex Cross, was also his first New York Times bestseller in fiction.In 2001, Morgan Freeman starred as Alex Cross in a film adaptation of Along Came a Spider, and Tyler Perry also played the character in the 2012 film Alex Cross A film adaptation of Patterson s middle grade novel Middle School The Worst Years of My Life will be released in theaters in October 2016.For his initiatives to help kids become passionate readers and for his philanthropic efforts, Patterson was awarded the National Book Foundation s 2015 Literarian Award for Outstanding Service to the American Literary Community James Patterson has donated than one million books to students, emphasizing some of the most under resourced schools and youth programs in the country In 2015, Patterson donated 1.75 million to school libraries throughout the United States, and 250,000 in holiday bonuses to individual bookstore employees He also gave 1 million to independent bookstores in 2014.Patterson has recently donated over 26 million to his and his wife s alma maters the University of Wisconsin, Vanderbilt University, and Manhattan College and he has established over four hundred Teacher Education Scholarships at twenty four colleges and universities throughout the country Patterson has also donated over 650,000 books to U.S soldiers at home and overseas In May 2015, Patterson launched a new children s book imprint at Little, Brown, called JIMMY Patterson, that is unwaveringly focused on one goal turning kids into lifelong readers This imprint also provides resources, strategies, and programs to serve teachers, parents, librarians, and booksellers Patterson will be investing proceeds from the sales of JIMMY Patterson Books in pro reading initiatives Patterson has also founded ReadKiddoRead, a website designed to help parents, teachers, and librarians ignite a new generation s excitement for reading.


    1. Now this is a terrible book.Written with all the wit and grace of a one-legged puppy, Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment reveals its intentions within the first chapter alone. This is not a book of striking prose or even serviceable but entertaining MOR lit. It is merely a cash cow, another mindless series designed to appeal to reluctant readers. It is, in a word, soulless.Maximum Ride follows the adventures of six children, each of whom is the product of a genetic experiment: they are 98% human [...]

    2. Well that wasn't too bad! You have six kids that are human and have some bird in them. Huh, and all this time I thought they were angels 😄 Goes to show you have to read to know. I'm glad this was on one of my challenge lists because I have wanted to read it. I think I will keep checking them out on Overdrive to see what else happens. I mean they all escaped and have people/things after them. Happy Reading! Mel ❤️

    3. This is a book I always thought I wouldn’t enjoy.I saw it numerous times at my former high school’s library and, each time I came across it, I would let my fingers linger on the cover, a pensive expression on my face, and think, ‘‘Naaaah, not for me.’’Boy was I wrong not to read it YEARS ago. ‘‘The Angel Experiment’’ is such a fast-paced, action-packed, well, RIDE. I thought it would be about actual angels, but that’s not what Max and her friends are. They are literal exper [...]

    4. OK. I thought this was going to be a lame cheese fest. I mean, James Patterson? I know kids seem to like the series OK, and even a couple adults have recommended it to me. But I figured it wasn't my bag. I'm not sure why. Genetically engineered mutant kids with wings escaping from evil scientists and fighting super strong werewolf-like soldiers. What's not to like? I couldn't put it down. Fast paced, exciting, kind of horrifying and a lot better written than I expected. I'm totally reading the n [...]

    5. Take a bit of the child-like innocence vs. evil of Harry Potter, some of the artificially-created destiny from Ender's Game, throw in the flying fantasies from Eragon and mix them in with Patterson's trademark flippant characterization, and you've got Maximum Ride. This is the book I'm going to recommend when everyone's recovering from the end of Harry Potter later this month. Really. It's that good. And the best part is there are two more books after this one. There's already a waiting list for [...]

    6. 2.5 Stars! “The funny thing about facing imminent death is that it really snaps everything else into perspective.”Well that was fun, i LOVED MAX she was great, annoying at times. but funny, and loving big sister. The writing was okay, The story had potential but was poorly executed.

    7. This book was okay, but I just felt like it didn't have a lot of substance. I didn't really take anything away from it, almost like it didn't have a lot of deep meaning. And it wasn't terribly entertaining, either. I just would have liked the characters to be a little deeper, I guess. I doubt I will read the rest of the series. Reviewed for: inthehammockblog/

    8. I want you, the reader, to take a moment and scroll down to the lists this novel has been shelved in. “Best Young Adult Books,” “Best Books Ever,” “What To Read After Harry Potter,” “Best Female Lead Characters,” and “Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Books”. If you haven’t guessed by the titles, these are pretty big and popular lists. If you click into them and view the lists, you will see that this book is pretty high up the ranks. And if you looked behind the book, you [...]

    9. Do Not Finish at page 145.I want to finish this book, but after a while I remember life is too short for reading one crappy book after another.If I read The Angel Experiment when I was 12 years old, I guess I would have been oh-so impressed.But readers who possess the mental maturity of a 13 years old or above are free to skip this book.And James Patterson, I'm blacklisting you. I will not read any other of your books. Trick me one, shame on you; trick me twice, shame on me.

    10. This is a really terrible book. It's even worse than the whole Twilightand Eragon series combined together. The plot is extremely obnoxious, it features cardboard characters, and it has awfully absurd twists. It's dialogues are really horrible, like an old man trying very hard to sound young. this book is very,very,very badly written. A 12 year old could probably do better. The battle scenes, if you could call them that, are also poorly written and not realistic. Not even in the least. This book [...]

    11. One of my students recommended this book, and while I was intrigued by the premise, and the fact that the protagonist is a female action hero, I found the dialogue beyond basic (only an adult would imagine that kids really communicate like this) and the plot was a liitle repetitious. it's part of a trilogy - but I don't care enough about these characters to read more.

    12. Reader thoughts: Max is a sarcastic and tough teen with amazing wings. She's leader of her flock of bird kids, and they work hard to stay away from the troublesome adult scientists. Max struggles to keep her flock together, discover her destiny, and save the world while she's at it.Finding their parents would be a nice bonus, too, if only the whitecoats would stop trying to kill them.(Sadly, only the first 3 books of the series are good. But they are so good!)Writer thoughts:It's amazing that JP [...]

    13. Warning:If you dare to read his story,you become part of the Experiment.I know that sounds a little mysterious-but it’s all I can say right now.-MaxI read a lot of Patterson adult thrillers, and after a while, I kind of got bored of him (I mean how many sequels can a book have?!). So, with that said, I had really low expectations for this one, but the book really took me by surprise. This book is just pure fun. 400 pages of action packed fun, that leaves you wanting more. I also found out that [...]

    14. Whoa!!! This book is sooo good. It's really, really, REALLY fast-paced and action-packed. Even the very first chapter throws you headfirst into straight-on action. It's a very easy read, with short chapters that flow right into the other with cliffhangers. It's not something you can start/stop reading; once you start, there's no turning bag. You're dragged into the story from the very first page, willingly or not, and nothing can tear you from the book- only forceful things, like school, homewor [...]

    15. Alright, I thought the narration on this book was way cheesy initially. But, like the bookcrazy girl I am who is a sucker for a good story, I got sucked in. This book is many things:*Fun aimed at kids, but fun that an adult who isn't terribly cynical and superior could enjoy.*Penetrating, insightful look at human nature and society (don't laugh--it is).*Utterly disturbing view of the unscrupulous applications of modern science. I truly did feel my stomach lurch at some of the experimentation on [...]

    16. 1.5 stars. On the "plus" side, this novel has a very interesting premise and the book was a very fast read. On the "negative" side, there is not a whole lot of substance to the story and the character development is weak. I was really hoping that the author would do something really great with the very cool concept of children genetically enhanced with avain DNA, but it just didn't happen. Bottom-line, the book, while not horrible, was one I really didn't like.

    17. The only reason this book doesn't get five stars from me is because I'm so confused by some things. But I liked it A LOT. A lot a lot. First, I didn't feel like it really went anywhere. It's like you can tell it's trying to go somewhere but it's not really doing it. Basically, this book was just full of the flock running, getting caught, running, getting beat up, running, getting chased by the cops, running Over and over. After a while it was kind of predictable (not to mention painful). It took [...]

    18. The book is about a group of 6 kids who are pretty normal except they are 98% human and 2% bird! They have wings, can fly, and also posses super-human talents. They were created at a place called the “School”. They lived there as experiments until Jeb, a human scientist set them free. Each member of this group has been created with super-human abilities like great speed, strength, physic powers, and flight. Angel, the youngest who is telepathic and can breathe underwater, is kidnapped by Era [...]

    19. A bizarre plot with a terrible beginning. Without any sort of background we are plunged into action. It works for Riordan but unfortunately not here. Could not bring myself to read past the first 20 pages. P.S - Mr. Patterson? Kids do NOT speak like that. You just sound like an adult trying too hard to talk in a way he thinks kids these days might talk.Bad sentence formation just now, you say? Yeah, that about sums up your book.

    20. Title: The Angel ExperimentAuthor: James PattersonSeries: Maximum Ride #1Rating: ★★★★★ Summary: In James Patterson's blockbuster series, fourteen-year-old Maximum Ride, better known as Max, knows what it's like to soar above the world. She and all the members of the "flock"--Fang, Iggy, Nudge, Gasman and Angel--are just like ordinary kids--only they have wings and can fly. It may seem like a dream come true to some, but their lives can morph into a living nightmare at any timeke when A [...]

    21. This series is a mess. The author took it in such a weird direction and really should have stopped after 3 books. However, this series (especially this book) was actually the reason I got so heavily into reading. I was in grade 6 at school (age 11) when my friend in grade 7 told me they were reading this book in class. I begged mum to buy it for me because my friend really loved it. By the time I got to grade 7 and read it in class, I had already read the first 3 books in the series. I actually [...]

    22. This is my first James Patterson, so I'm not entirely sure about his writing style, but I guess the way he's written this book was as if it was the protagonist. Patterson writes in the voice of the girl hero Maximum Ride, and ends mostly with small cliffhangers, which compels the readers to continue reading. (I couldn't really put it down; I kept wanting to find out what happened to the characters.)Patterson didn't only place small cliffhangers at the end of the chapters, he added a huge one for [...]

    23. I usually really enjoy YA books but this one was more young than it was adult and occasionally irritating because of that. Initially I thought I had picked up the series on the second book because of constant references to what has happened before. I ended up wondering why the author had not started his story at the beginning. His characters were also very poorly drawn which made it difficult to be concerned about any of them. The story did become reasonably exciting and I read through to the en [...]


    25. James Patterson's contribution to young adult fantasy. It's actually pretty good. I guess if you are a good writer you can write anything.

    26. It would've been enjoyable if I didn't read the manga and got all the spoilers from that. Also, the chapters weren't very effective when it came to the cliffhangers at the end of it because there were 3 pages in every chapter or less. Personally, I enjoyed this a little less than the manga because it was perfect in that form. It's a very action packed book that deserves the pictures in that manga.

    27. Slightly Snarky review to come. Definitely do not feel the same way about it as I did in Middle School.Update: I didn't finish this book the second time around. And I've come to the realization that my Middle School self had different tastes and opinions than my current self. What's that? You want to me to provide some examples? Well, if you insistHere are my opinions onE PLOTMiddle School self: OMGersh, so exciting!Current, sarcastic self: While hearing everyone talk to each other about the sam [...]

    28. - I need to go on a re-reviewing spree soon. Gosh, my old review made me sound like a huge idiot. YAY. This will be fun. -

    29. What an action-packed book!Max (Maximum Ride) is one of six kids who were genetically engineered to be able to fly. The kids are all different but care for each other deeply as a family since they've never had another family. They don't even know if they were test tube babies or if they had parents. How did they end up in the institution that experimented on them? That is just one of the mysteries that exist in the book.While I loved the pace and the cat-and-mouse game they play with their hunte [...]

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