Maximum Ride: The Final Warning by James Patterson Book Review

The Final Warning  - James Patterson



Yesterday I finished The Final Warning, Which is the fourth book in the Maximum Ride series by James Patterson.  


In this book Max and the rest of the Flock go to Antarctica to save the world by stopping global warming, and Max is confused about her feelings toward Fang.  


I like this book. It wasn't the best MR book ever, but it was okay.  But there are four things I don't like, but I'll talk about that later.  


I love Max and Fang!  [spoiler] But Seriously, Max, Fang kissed you, and you flew away!  Again!  Why Max, why?!


And Iggy could see for, like, a minute? Just by looking at nothing but snow?  Can that really happen, or is James Patterson just making stuff up?  I was both Happy for Iggy and Confused.


Another thing I liked how some of the Flock members got new powers.  One of the reasons why I love Maximum Ride is because it's like X-Men.


But I hate, hate, hate Brigid Dwyer.  [spoiler] She was flirting with Fang!  And she's, like, seven years older then him! 


Another thing I wasn't too happy about was the global warming stuff in the book.  Don't get mad at me, I'm just giving my honest opinion on a book, so don't get mad when I say I'm not a big fan of the global warming stuff.


One more thing, how does Total suddenly have wings?  


That's it for now.