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In this eagerly awaited follow up brave bird kid Max and her flock are discovered by an FBI agent and forced to go to school There is no such thing as an ordinary day as Max deciphers how and when she's supposed to save the world and she faces her greatest enemy a clone of herself Little Brown and Company


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    What I liked Max She got some pretty good character development in this book and I enjoyed her exploring her “feminine” side and I especially liked her date with Sam I also liked her little jealous streak when Fang got kissed by Lissa and I liked Fang’s equal amount of jealousy towards Sam Iggy I liked the development with Iggy and his family It seemed real and not the cheesy expected fairytale ending that I was expecting James Patterson to write I liked that his parents saw him as a freak and as a way to make some money and I found that to be very believableWhat I disliked Plot There didn’t seem to be much of one in this book It seemed like it was mostly following the flock while on the run as they dodge random eraser attacks that are never explained Then they find a new home and they spend the rest of the book trying to settle in and they go to school There isn’t much to it There is so much useless filler in this series it isn’t even funny it’s just a waste of paper Writing style James Patterson has the simplest writing style I’ve ever come across in all of the books I’ve read and it really annoys me There is very little description and there is so much useless filler in not only this book but the rest of the series and the rest of JP’s books It was a waste of paper and time The book could have easily been half the size and it would have been better Plus the characters are a bit immature I know they’re young but under their current circumstances—being chased relentlessly by evil people living on the streets eating out of garbage cans fighting for their lives—I would think they’d have matured a bit over the years but they haven’tOverall this book was just okay It wasn’t bad but it wasn’t good It was just kind of average and I could have gone without reading it but if you enjoyed the first book you’ll most likely enjoy this book as well 20