Waiting On Wednesday (2): Angel (Maximum Ride #7) by James Patterson

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Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jill of Breaking The Spine spotlighting upcoming releases.

Angel (Maximum Ride #7) by James Patterson

Hardcover, 272 pages
Expected publication: February 14th 2011 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
“In the seventh book in the bestselling series, evil scientists are still trying to convince Max that she needs to save the world, this time by providing the genetic link in speeding up the pace of evolution. Worse, they’re trying to convince her that her perfect mate is Dylan, the newest addition to the flock. The problem is that, despite herself, Max is starting to believe it.Fang travels the country collecting his own gang of evolved humans, but the two separate flocks must unite to defeat a frightening doomsday cult whose motto is Save the Planet: Kill the Humans. And this time, the true heroine, for once, might just be little Angel.” – Goodreads 

 

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  1. I still can’t get over Patterson writing YA books. That man is not going to let a trend pass him by. His hand is in every pie! I’ve only read one of his books: Sunday at Tiffanys. I have my doubts he even really wrote much of it since it has a co-author and it sounds like something a woman would write. I did love it though. I’ll have to try another of his books and see what I think. Maybe I’ll check out this one. Interesting choice!

    • Ya if you are going to try this series start with the first one Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment I think that its the best in the series. I’ve found that usually if the author is more experienced with writing (like Patterson) the first books in the series are always the best.

  2. Shadows of a Down East Summer: An Antique Print Mystery
    By Lea Wait
    Publication date: April 1, 2011

    In the summer of 1890, two young women posed for artist Winslow Homer on the coast of Maine. What happened that summer, the secrets the women kept, and the lies they told, changed their families forever. Now, more than a hundred years later, one of their descendants has been murdered, leaving to antique print dealer Maggie Summer the family papers that may finally reveal the truth. Maggie’s vision of a relaxing vacation in Maine- antiquing with beau Will Brewer and visiting his Aunt Nettie- turns into a murder investigation. Maggie must discover which of the family myths are based on reality, before someone she cares about becomes the next victim. With the centennial of Homer’s death in 2010, there is renewed interest in his work and in the renovation of his studio in Prouts Neck, Maine, where some of the novel’s action takes place.

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