The Final Warning (Maximum Ride Series #4)

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Fourteen-year-old Maximum Ride and the other members of "Flock"--Fang, Iggy, Nudge, Gasman and Angel--are just like ordinary kids--only they have wings and can fly. It seems like a dream come true--except that they're still being hunted by new threats at every turn.

This time, the US government wants to keep the Flock under observation, offering a safe haven and schooling in return. But after their incredible adventures in books 1-3, Max and Flock have grown to love freedom- -after all, haven't grown-ups always ...

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Overview

Fourteen-year-old Maximum Ride and the other members of "Flock"--Fang, Iggy, Nudge, Gasman and Angel--are just like ordinary kids--only they have wings and can fly. It seems like a dream come true--except that they're still being hunted by new threats at every turn.

This time, the US government wants to keep the Flock under observation, offering a safe haven and schooling in return. But after their incredible adventures in books 1-3, Max and Flock have grown to love freedom- -after all, haven't grown-ups always found a way to ruin their lives? After escaping the control of the feds, they are surprised to find themselves allied with a group of environmental scientists who just might be trustworthy. Besides, what enemy could find them in one of the remotest locations on earth--Antarctica--on an expedition studying the effects of global warming up close?

There is one: The Uber-Director--literally, brains on a stick--an evil being who has developed mechanical soldiers far more frightening than Erasers. Their quest? To retrieve the Flock and sell them in a global auction for billions of dollars. Will the Uber-Director nab them before Max, Fang and the flock succumb to the dangers of the harsh Antarctic wilderness? Kids, parents and educators tuned into the issue of global warming will find this latest episode of the blockbuster Maximum Ride series not only a particularly riveting adventure beyond their wildest dreams, but also a motivating cautionary tale about a real-life peril that may affect theirown future.

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Editorial Reviews

USA Today
"Jump on board this MAXIMUM RIDE...Fights and flights are non-stop."
London Times
The Angel Experiment:
"BOOK OF THE WEEK...Pace, action, mystery, and cool."
KLIATT
School's Out--Forever:
"A breathless adventure...full of action, swooping flights and fierce fights--a sure bet for the movies."
London Times
The Angel Experiment:
"BOOK OF THE WEEK...Pace, action, mystery, and cool."
Virginian Pilot
"A never-ending series of twists and action."
Free Lance-Star (VA)
"The Maximum Ride series is top-flight."
From the Publisher
"Adrenaline galore...action-packed chapters end breathlessly, with twists at every turn."—Kirkus Reviews

"A never-ending series of twists and action."—Virginian Pilot

"The Maximum Ride series is top-flight."—Free Lance-Star (VA)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780316002875
  • Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
  • Publication date: 9/1/2008
  • Series: Maximum Ride Series , #4
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 28,867
  • Age range: 13 - 17 Years
  • Lexile: 720L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

James Patterson was selected by readers across America as the Children's Choice Book Awards Author of the Year in 2010. He is the internationally bestselling author of the highly praised Middle School books, I Funny, Confessions of a Murder Suspect, and the Maximum Ride, Witch & Wizard, Daniel X, and Alex Cross series. His books have sold over 260 million copies worldwide, making him one of the bestselling authors of all time. He lives in Florida.

Biography

James Patterson had been working as a very successful advertising copywriter when he decided to put his Masters degree in English to a somewhat different use. Inspired by bestselling hair-raising thrillers like The Day of the Jackal and The Exorcist, Patterson went to work on his first novel. Published in 1976, The Thomas Berryman Number established him as a writer of tightly constructed mysteries that move forward with the velocity of a bullet. For his startling debut, Patterson was awarded the prestigious Edgar Award for Best First Mystery Novel—an auspicious beginning to one of the most successful careers in publishing.

A string of gripping standalone mysteries followed, but it was the 1992 release of Along Came a Spider that elevated Patterson to superstar status. Introducing Alex Cross, a brilliant black police detective/forensic psychologist, the novel was the first installment in a series of bestselling thrillers that has proved to be a cash cow for the author and his publisher.

Examining Patterson's track record, it's obvious that he believes one good series deserves another…maybe even a third! In 2001, he debuted the Women's Murder Club with 1st to Die, a fast-paced thriller featuring four female crime fighters living in San Francisco—a homicide detective, a medical examiner, an assistant D.A., and a cub reporter. The successful series has continued with other numerically titled installments. Then, spinning off a set of characters from a previous novel (1998's When the Wind Blows), in 2005 he published Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment. Featuring a "flock" of genetically engineered flying children, the novel was a huge hit, especially with teen readers, and spawned a series of vastly popular fantasy adventures.

In addition to continuing his bestselling literary franchises, Patterson has also found time to co-author thrillers with other writers—including Peter de Jonge, Andrew Gross, Maxine Paetro, and Howard Roughan—and has even ventured into romance (Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas, Sam's Letters to Jennifer) and children's literature (santaKid). Writing at an astonishing pace, this prolific author has turned himself into a one-man publishing juggernaut, fulfilling his clearly stated ambition to become "the king of the page-turners."

Good To Know

Patterson's Suzanne's Diary For Nicholas was inspired by a diary his wife kept that tracked the development of their toddler son.

Two of Patterson's Alex Cross mysteries (Along Came a Spider and Kiss the Girls) have been turned into films starring Morgan Freeman; in 2007, a weekly television series premiered, based on the bestselling Women's Murder Club novels.

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    1. Hometown:
      Palm Beach, Florida
    1. Date of Birth:
      March 22, 1947
    2. Place of Birth:
      Newburgh, New York
    1. Education:
      B.A., Manhattan College, 1969; M.A., Vanderbilt University, 1971
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The Final Warning
By James Patterson Little, Brown and Company

Copyright © 2008 James Patterson All right reserved.
ISBN: 978-0-316-00286-8



Chapter One

1

Windsor State Forest, Massachusetts

Ssssss.

The soldiers' armor made an odd hissing noise. But besides the slight sound of metal plates sliding smoothly, flawlessly over one another, the troop was unnaturally quiet as it moved through the woods, getting closer to the prey.

The faintest of beeps caused the team leader to glance down at his wrist screen. Large red letters scrolled across it: ATTACK IN 12 SECONDS ... 11 ... 10 ...

The team leader tapped a button, and the screen's image changed: a tall, thin girl with dirt smears on her face and a tangle of brown hair, glaring out at him. TARGET 1 was superimposed on her face.

... 9 ... 8 ...

His wrist screen beeped again, and the image changed to that of a dark-haired, dark-eyed, scowling boy. TARGET 2.

And so on, the image changing every half second, ending finally with a portrait of a small, scruffy black dog looking at the camera in surprise.

The team leader didn't understand why Target 7 was an animal. He didn't need to understand. All he needed to know was that these targets were slated for capture.

... 3 ... 2 ... 1 ...

The leader emitted a whistle pitched so high that only his team members could hear it. Hemotioned toward the small run-down cabin they had surrounded in the woods.

Synchronized perfectly, as only machines can be, the eight team members shouldered eight portable rocket launchers and aimed them straight at the cabin. With a whoosh, eight large nets made of woven Kevlar strands shot out from the cannons and unfolded with geometric precision in midair, encasing the cabin almost entirely.

The team leader smiled in triumph.

2

"THE PREY HAVE BEEN CAPTURED, SIR," the team leader said in a monotone. Pride was not tolerated in this organization.

"Why do you say that?" the Uber-Director asked in a silky tone.

"The cabin has been secured."

"No. Not quite," said the Uber-Director, who was little more than a human head attached by means of an artificial spinal column to a series of Plexiglas boxes. The bioengine that controlled the airflow over his vocal cords allowed him to sigh, and he did. "The chimney. The skylight."

The team leader frowned. "The chimney would be impossible to climb," he said, accessing his internal encyclopedia. Photographs of the prey scrolled quickly across the team leader's screen. Suddenly an important detail caught his attention, and he froze.

In the corner of one of the photographs, a large feathered wing was visible. The team leader tracked it, zooming in on just that section of the image. The wing appeared to be attached to the prey.

The prey could fly.

He had left routes of escape open.

He had failed!

The Uber-Director closed his eyes, sending a thought signal to the nanoprocessors implanted in his brain. He opened his eyes in time to see the team leader and his troop vaporize with a crackling, sparking fizzle. All that was left of them was a nose-wrinkling odor of charred flesh and machine oil.

(Continues...)


Excerpted from The Final Warning by James Patterson Copyright © 2008 by James Patterson. Excerpted by permission.
All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.
Excerpts are provided by Dial-A-Book Inc. solely for the personal use of visitors to this web site.


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  • Posted March 21, 2009

    Global Warming?

    I LOVED the first three books of this series, and when I heard there was a fourth book coming out I was super excited! I got it the day it came out, read it, and haven't touched it since. The first three books were very well written, and very funny. Max is a hilarious character! The action was pretty good and it was a good story line. The third one was a little weird, there were so many plot twists, but I still liked it. However, this fourth one was just disappointing. I mean, global warming is a great cause and all, but is this just going to become yet ANOTHER "don't pollute!" and "save the environment!" things? I mean, is this why the flock was created is to stop global warming?...I wasn't really too impressed by this book. I've seen how this author can write, and if he's out of ideas then just STOP writing and don't ruin a great series. I think you should leave global warming and (in this case) maximum ride apart. If James Patterson thinks we should be more aware of global warming, then he can write a book about global warming that people can read if they want to. But for us Maximum Ride fans, we just want the witty, action packed stories we fell in love with in the first three books.

    25 out of 34 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 22, 2008

    Ugh...

    I overlooked the fact that James Patterson isn't the best writer, because I loved the first three books in the series. <BR/>This last book was clearly an attempt for the author to try and reclaim some of his former glory. It was as if he went back and said, "hey, I did so well with that series, why don't I try to get some more money off of it?" So he added on another book and pretended like it was part of the story line all along.<BR/>And what, might I just ask, was with the global warming speech? It made no since what so ever! If I wanted someone to harp at me about killing the earth, I'd go to school. It didn't go with the other three books. She had a voice in her head telling her to save the world, crazy dog people and robots chasing her, and mad scientists trying to kill her all because they didn't want her to make a speech on global warming? What was the point of the first three books? He could have just made a banner saying "Don't litter" and hung it across his balcony. But no, he decided to waist our time instead. <BR/>Great. Thanks. No littering or dog people and robots will hunt me down and teach me a lesson. Got it. <BR/>Ugh...

    14 out of 33 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 21, 2009

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    I Also Recommend:

    FAVORITE SERIES IN THE WHOLE WIDE WORLD. EVER. (this is for the whole series not this specific book)

    this series is my *pause for dramatic effect* NEW FAVORITE. its even better then twilight - I'm not even kidding. saying it's my favorite is a big step for me - LOL - because before i read twilight i had many MANY favorites but twilight quickly jumped to the #1 spot in the "books i've read" reading list i keep up in my head. i had no doubt that it was going to stay there in the #1 spot for a long long long long long time - if not forever. but then came the maximum ride series and as i read it i mentally made it climb the list of books until it bumped twilight right down to numero dos. this book is very interesting, exciting, and unpredictable. i think the part i loved the most is the writing style. even if the situation they were in was the worst they had faced yet, james patterson managed to make me laugh (out loud) at the funny things that the members of the flock said. i was so into the story as i was reading it was unbelievable. i loved how it was written in max point of veiw and how the reader wasn't part of the story but wasn't out of it either. it grabbed my attention from the very first page and didn't let go. it was about adventure and misunderstanding and confusion and mystery and near death fights and high speed chases and flying. and its about them realizing that family is the most important - even when your family consits of 5 mutant bird kids. i recommend the rest of this series ( i havn't read MAX yet but im sure it will be great) and also the host if you like science fiction. if you can't find anything to read then check out my b&n page for more books that i recommend :)

    13 out of 16 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 11, 2012

    "WTH is going on here?!" -Maximum Ride.

    I will try to say this without ruining the rest of the series...

    I have read the entire Maximum Ride series at least 879,463,684 times. I have always felt this book didn't belong. It doesn't fully connect with the rest of the series. Sure there are comments and remarks and memories about what happened in here but thats it.
    I feel given my expertise in this series is that you could read the entire Maximum Ride series except this book and still fully understand everything. James Patterson, i love u man and i m a HUGE fan, but i feel this is one of your lesser works. Sure this still feels like a Maxium Ride adventure. Twists and turns, plot twists, and excitment at mostly every turn. And the occasional emotional scene. But still... Why write this how u did or at all? I just don't quite understand.
    I m not saying "don't read this book, it's not worth my time." This book is still a great read. It will still keep you guessing what will happen next. Butkeep this review in mind.

    Fly on,
    -Fang Just kidding ;-)

    11 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 12, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    Very Good Flow

    I got the first book as a free download and then I was captured, trapped, just had to continue the story. It flows very well and then I bought the set for my son and he couldn't wait until the next book. We hear that there is another book coming out can't wait. I would recommend the whole series for young teens and adults as well.

    10 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2008

    Disappointing

    After how AMAZING the rest of the series was, I couldn't believe this book. It was one of the worst books I've read in a long time. The plot was ill-formed and the sole purpose was to blatantly discuss global warning by exploiting characters we love. If you liked the rest of the series, leave it at that and don't let this book ruin it for you.

    9 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 17, 2009

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    Absolutely and unconditionally appalling

    I've generally enjoyed the Maximum Ride series, despite the fact that they all seem to read exactly the same, each lacking its own individual plot. They're enjoyable and engaging, all the same. This last book, however, dropped the bar completely. I felt trapped in to reading propaganda about the environment, and it had absolutely nothing to do with the previous books. Patterson attempts to wrap up the series with this book, and does a horrible job of it. In fact, he's already released yet ANOTHER book in the series. Some series should just end.

    6 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 7, 2009

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    doesnt live up to expectations

    I really liked the first three maximum ride books, but this one was by far the worst book. It was REALLY bad. It had nothing to do with the plot of the other books and had horrible villains. It was only about global warming and was just an all-around bad book

    6 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 25, 2008

    a bit disappointed

    I appreciate James Patterson proclaiming the issues of global warming...but I was expected the book to have more in it. I thought there was going to be some great romance between Fang and Max, but there wasn't. I also thought the book was going to be longer and explain more. Maybe the next book in the series will be better than this one.

    6 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2008

    Worst Book in the Series

    When I got this book, I was so excited and expecting it to be like the three other books in the series, but it was a huge disappointment. Max and Fang kiss near the beginning, and then there is no other mention of their romance. Why mention it if it isn't going to be expanded on? Also, the book was way too pushy and preachy about global warming. I know it's a problem, but making the plot all about that lost the integrity of the series and lost my interest. Even the characters seemed like they weren't true to the way they were in the series previous books. Hopefully, book 5 is better but really don't waste your time or money on this book.

    5 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 26, 2009

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    maximum ride

    this one was the first book i read in the max ride series. i didn't realize it was the 4th one. my friend finally told me. i thought this one was the worst in the series. no action and global warning. boring. fang ditches max after she runs away(again). i hated it

    4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 6, 2008

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    Worst Maximum Ride Ever

    The plot was weak and barely had any relevance to the other three books. I don't know why the characters were in Antarctica. James Patterson put way too much of his political views into this book instead of his usual creative twists and turns. I was very disappointed. The books seem to get worse and worse.

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2012

    Awesome!!!!!

    THIS BOOK WAS AWESOME AND YOU SHOULD TOTALLY READ IT AND READ THE WHOLE SERIES;)

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 7, 2012

    ?

    I really liked this book but it cahnged a lot it was different xfrom the other ones i see that James Patterson is trying to teach us about globle warning and how important it is but if i wanted to know about it I would go to school and ask my teacher over all I LOVED IT...HUGE FAN LOVE THE BOOKS!!!

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 25, 2008

    Complete Disapointment

    Ever since I read the Angel Experiment, I've been totally addicted to the series. I waited in anticipation for this book but it proved to be a huge disapointment. The first three books were written very well and had a great plot, but this one felt like it was rushed and written as an after thought. James Patterson is an amazing author but it seemed like he gave up at the end. I think this was supposed to be the last book in the series, but it left far too many loose ends. Hopefully Patterson will write another book to redeem this one.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2008

    Inspirational

    This book is great. It does show progression between Max and Fang and those who didn't capture it, well have little patience and live in the now generation. Anyhow, many complain the book was short perhaps because it was such as good read. I couldn't put the book down but did find growth in the flock, relationship progression and a quest. Max and Fang display typical adolescent inner struggles among other qualities. I really like this book.

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2012

    Great

    Awsome book. Great story all the way to the end. Action packed to.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2012

    JAMES PATTERSON'S BEST BOOK YET

    i think this is one of james patterson's best book because of all the action and thriller at breakneck speed

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2008

    What happened?

    The other three were great. Amazing, actually, but this was a major dissapointment. It was like he got abducted by Al Gore. And there were gaping holes that needed to be filled but weren't. I was incredibly dissapointed, because I was in love with the other three. This lacked the maximum ride twang. He tried to add a global warming twist, but he could have done much better with this.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2008

    A Complete Letdown

    Alright, don't get me wrong: I love Maximum Ride. It has been one of my favorite book series for quite a while, and my hopes were high for the fourth book. What I got was nothing short of disappointment. The characters didn't act like themselves, there was no concrete plot, the writing lacked its usual humor, and it moved at an unbearably slow pace. Maximum Ride used to be all about the action and sarcasm. Action was scarce in this one. I used to laugh out loud at Max's usually sarcastic wit, but this time, it just bordered on immature. The Fang and Max love conflict was never resolved, leaving the reader to guess what happened. Some of the subplots were highly unrealistic, even for a sci-fi book. The characters were caught in such human situations that it began to lack the excitement of reading a fantasy novel about amazing bird kids. And the flock kept gaining new abilities that never even helped them they were pointless ways to make the plot seem more interesting. I also hated that the plot switched from good guys fighting the bad guys to good and bad guys fighting global warming. The characters would randomly break out in statistics to inform the reader of global warming. ('Did you know that fifty-five percent of...,' said Fang.) It could have still been an action, sci-fi, childrens/teen book without feeling like you're watching An Inconvenient Truth. Don't get me wrong, I'm against global warming, but come on guys: there are better ways to inform the world. But the one thing that was the most disappointing of all was that it didn't even feel like Maximum Ride. Patterson has surely let me and tons of fans down. We were looking forward to a page turner, and what we got was a sellout. It doesn't even read like James Patterson wrote it. Sorry, Patterson, but this was one of the worst books I've ever read. If I hadn't read the other three books in the series, I wouldn't have even finished this one, let alone buy it.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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