Maximum Ride: School’s Out-Forever, by James Patterson, is the 2nd in the Maximum Ride trilogy.
Picking up where The Angel Experiment left off, the flock is still on the run from the “white lab coats” and Erasers. Other than the subplots that existed in the first book, there’s no real main plot other than that in this sequel. But there is plenty of teenage angst, chase scenes, and fun use of the kids other special powers. But despite the fact that this book is so similar to the first, it’s still an exciting and fun-filled romp. Each of the kids has a distinct personality, each with their own quirks and unique gifts. They are a special family that just can’t seem to catch a break. As their purpose of “saving the world” unfolds a little more in this installment, the flock must constantly be on alert and outwit adults and their pursuers.
Though the story doesn’t progress very far, School’s Out-Forever is still an enjoyable read for teens and adults alike.
Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment