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Maximum Ride, Volume 7 [Manga] by Narae Lee

Maximum Ride, Volume 7 [Manga]

by Narae Lee (Adaptor/Illustrator)

Other authors: James Patterson (Orig text)

Series: Maximum Ride [manga] (Volume 7)

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really good illustrations, a few wrong facts though, like max's hair, not as interesting as the other ones. ( )
  MaiaMcCauley | Jan 23, 2016 |
This Book is when they get captured and trying to get out. As Angel is out and thought to be on the bad side whe was actually Maximums spy. Arie also helps and they escape. While Arie tries to fight the bad guys off he dies doing it. Some of them get new powers like nudge. Jeb comes with them too and lives with them. The madness and confusion only starts from ther as some of the flawk get new powers. Nujde has telekinises, one can see white, and the other are just he same. they go on this ship and fang starts talking to this girl. Max gets jealous and storms out. Fang comes to check on her. She says shes "fine" but she is only trying to hide her anger.She flies off to get some air and sees something. She tells the rest of the Flawk and they go to see what it is. When they find out they also find out who is Max`s real mother. The book stops there to be continued. ( )
  JordanB.B4 | Oct 8, 2014 |
I liked that this installment brought in global warming. I think it’s important to include things that will affect the world greatly in YA books. Get kids thinking about it. I started reading this series because of the artwork, and it’s stayed mostly consistent. I liked the idea of new mutations and I enjoyed the interaction between Max and Fang. I can see this story being a really good novel. Unfortunately I tried reading the YA novel version of Patterson’s, but it’s not what I had been hoping for. So I’ll stick to these manga’s and just picture the glory it could be expanded into a book. Anyways, good installment to the series. Short and easy to get through. ( )
  Kassilem | Dec 31, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0759529736, Paperback)

Fang's blog has brought ITEX and their cruel research to the world's attention, and his readers take a stand at the facility where Max and the girls are being held, shutting the organization down. But Max isn't through saving the world yet! When the Flock is asked to aid a group of environmental scientists studying the effects of global warming, the expedition seems like a perfect combination of adventure and activism. But even in Antarctica, Max is an irresistible target with the eyes of the world upon her. For whoever controls her powers could also control the world...

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Fang's blog highlights ITEX and their research, causing them to shut down, while Max goes to Antarctica to study the effects of global warming.

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