Maximum Ride (Maximum Ride: The Manga, #1)



Maximum Ride (Maximum Ride: The Manga, #1) 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 time like when Angel, the youngest member of the flock, is kidnapped and taken back to the School where she and the others were experimented on by a crew of wack jobs Her friends brave a journey to blazing hot Death Valley, CA, to save Angel, but soon enough, they find themselves in yet another nightmare this one involving fighting off the half human, half wolf Erasers in New York City Whether in the treetops of Central Park or in the bowels of the Manhattan subway system, Max and her adopted family take the ride of their lives Along the way Max discovers from her old friend and father figure Jeb now her betrayed and greatest enemy that her purpose is save the world but can she Best Download [ Maximum Ride (Maximum Ride: The Manga, #1) ] By [ James Patterson ] – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 249 pages
  • Maximum Ride (Maximum Ride: The Manga, #1)
  • James Patterson
  • English
  • 09 May 2017
  • 0099538369

10 thoughts on “Maximum Ride (Maximum Ride: The Manga, #1)

  1. Lola Reviewer says:

    4.5 stars.Not very long ago, I read the first novel in the MAXIMUM RIDE series and quite enjoyed the action, characters and story But, as I was reading it, I kept wondering what it would be like to see this series.So we sadly don t have a TV show of this, but we do have a manga series and a badly rated digital movie.And it s pretty damn exceptional.Fortunately, there aren t huge changes made to the plot at all It s still about Angel being kidnapped and Max and her crew going to rescue her, 4.5 stars.Not very long ago, I read the first novel in the MAXIMUM RIDE series and quite enjoyed the action, characters and story But, as I was reading it, I kept wondering what it would be like to see this series.So we sadly don t have a TV show of this, but we do have a manga series and a badly rated digital movie.And it s pretty damn exceptional.Fortunately, there aren t huge changes made to the plot at all It s still about Angel being kidnapped and Max and her crew going to rescue her, but stumbling across being followed by tons of Erasers.The only major thing that I felt changed from novel to manga was Fang In the novel, he seemed almost bestial Not at all friendly Yet, in the manga, we see him smile quite a few times and care about Max quite a bit He didn t seem unfriendly at all.You have no idea how good it was to be able to put a face to these...

  2. Robbie says:

    I have to review this both in relation to the original, and by its own Tough Anyway, the story is still amazing and captivating, so points there It s an American original manga that they hired a Korean to write It is definitely MANGA and not GRAPHIC NOVEL, especially considering it was serialized first in Yen Magazine However, it does read left to right I feel like a little bit of the internal feelings thinking is lost in this version over the original, which is interesting because many Jap I have to review this both in relation to the original, and by its own Tough Anyway, the story is still amazing and captivating, so points there It s an American original manga that they hired a Korean to write It is definitely MANGA and not GRAPHIC NOVEL, especially considering it was serialized first in Yen Magazine However, it does read left to right I feel like a little bit of the internal feelings thinking is lost in this version over the origin...

  3. Anzuai says:

    Ok, let me first say something I picked up this book knowing nothing about it, and because I was desperate to read something new And I absolutely loved it This is the manga version of the original book for Young Adults mainly by James Patterson, and it s very skillfully transformed into the new format Excellent art, brilliant dialogue and characters so real you feel they might just jump off the page Before I go into a bitdetail, if you re thinking of buying this book then DO IT Bu Ok, let me first say something I picked up this book knowing nothing about it, and because I was desperate to read something new ...

  4. Lauren Jacobson says:

    Rating 1 star The only reasons I bought this book was, for one, it was 1 at Goodwill and in perfect condition , and two, because it had a gorgeous cover Yes, I have read James Patterson s book and yes, I very much disliked it Correction, I hated it It was stupid and pointless The character s choices were senseless The whole book was terrible and cheap As for the graphic novel, sure the illustrations were beautiful but it still had the same idiotic characters Except for what s his nam Rating 1 star The only reasons I bought this book was, for one, it was 1 at Goodwill and in perfect condition , and two, because it had a gorgeous cover Yes, I have read James Patterson s book and yes, I very much disliked it Correction, I hated it It was stupid and pointless The character s choices were senseless The whole book was terrible and cheap As for the graphic novel, sure th...

  5. SHNARK says:

    i did not get what was going on

  6. Aso says:

    okay, this is interesting.

  7. Margaryta says:

    Wow That s all I can say about this book.I had put it on hod at the library and went over to pick it up along with the second book, since I couldn t get my hands on the chapter book yet, and man am I happy that I picked it up.This series has everything a refreshing cast of characters that are funny and adventurous ...

  8. Hessa says:

    I ve wanted to read this for a while now I was really excited about it and the cover is just gorgeous enough for me to go ahead and buy it but unfortunately I was slightly disappointed It was definitely interesting but not enough to hold my attention while the artwork is great, the story isn t all that captivating I gave it an extra star for the artwork, the story islike a 3 or maybe even 2.5 I m probably going to read the second volume not soon and th...

  9. Briar& says:

    Five out of five I love a good manga adaption I read this years ago when it came out, but re checking this manga out was a great way to de stress from life in general

  10. Nick Guerra says:

    I wanted to try something new, and this was not the book for me I didn t really like the comic look of it at all, it didn t let me imagine the story in my head.

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