Published: New York : Little, Brown and Company, 2008 Description: 1 online resource ISBN/ISSN: 9780316029247, Language: English
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OverDrive subjects: Science Fiction, Thriller, Young Adult Fiction
"Three cheers! Max is one of the smartest, strongest, funniest heroines around." - Diane Garrett, Diane's Books In this breathtaking new story from the astonishing imagination of James Patterson, a girl has to save herself from an army assembled just to capture her-and maybe save the planet while she's at it. Maximum Ride is a perfectly normal teenager who just happens to be able to fly, the result of an out-of-control government experiment. Max and the other members of the Flock-six kids who share her remarkable ability-have been asked to aid a group of environmental scientists studying the causes of global warming. The expedition seems like a perfect combination of adventure, activism-and escaping government forces who watch the Flock like a hawk.But even in Antarctica, trapped in the harshest weather on our planet, Maximum Ride is an irresistible target in constant danger. For whoever controls her powers could also .
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