Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Review: Angel by James Patterson
Max is still reeling from the fact that Fang left the flock. However, life moves on even if you don't want to. Max still has a world to save and a new threat has arrived. A group is out brainwashing people to kill the human race and cleanse the world. Add that to the problem that, Dylan is supposed to be Max' mate and breed babies with him for the new generation and the fact that Max is trying really hard not to notice Dylan.
Fang is starting his own group to save the world. Through his blog, he found children like him, special in their own different ways. However, he doesn't know if his newly formed group could handle saving the world when the problem is this big. He may need to ask for the help of his former flock.
I think James Patterson is getting herself into something. She has finally made an enemy worth fighting, not those stupid nobodies she keeps pushing at us. The series is getting quite interesting now but I'm still thinking of a time out from this series. This is a major cliff hanger by the way.
The book is mainly to fix the fissure between the 2 flock and the fight between Fang and Max. Max is such an ass in this book with all her drama and whining. She feels like the world revolves around her. I mean hello? Humans are being killed. It's seriously a good thing Angel talked to Fang and Max. Yes, finally, I'm glad for something Angel did. Good thing they managed to fix the problem.
On the other hand, I still don't know what the author wants to do with Angel. You could just see the favoritism of James for her characters that she isn't managing all of them. She keeps on mentioning Fang, Angel and Max all the time. I mean if you don't want to talk about the other characters why create them. This is a really bad way of handling your characters.
I really like the second flock. I think they are more interesting than the original one. The first flock is just getting boring because nobody is improving. Also, I'm really liking Dylan. I hope Dylan and Max gets together now. The author could throw Fang away for all I care.