More titles to consider

Shopping Cart



Maximum Ride and the other members of the flock have barely recovered from their last Arctic adventure, when they are confronted by the most frightening catastrophe yet. Millions of fish are dying off the coast of Hawaii and someone--or something--is destroying hundreds of ships. Unable to discover the cause, the government enlists the flock to help them get to the bottom of the disaster before it is too late.

While Max and her team are exploring the depths of the ocean, their every move is being carefully tracked by Mr. Chu--a criminal mastermind with his own plans for the flock. Can they protect themselves from Mr. Chu's army of mercenaries and save the ocean from utter destruction?

A James Patterson Pageturner
In the spirit of the most enduring hit movies and books, James Patterson has written this story for readers from 10 to 110. Special care has been taken with the language and content of WATER WINGS.

People who read this also enjoyed

Get a 1 year subscription
for / issue


Average rating
4.1 / 5
June 22nd, 2015
Poorly executed, bland, too much focus on the authors obviously favorite trio as opposed to the fairly balanced development in the first three books between the six character s. And now that Max has a mom everyone else has conveniently abandoned their search. The Voice only deems to make an appearance because its needed to advance plot, making the story clunky and predictable. The interesting power that Nudge received in the fourth book is remembered as fantastically as the character herself; hardly ever. Not to mention the bomb infatuation that seemed more associated to Iggy has completely flopped and now become Gazzy's go to trait. Max continues to protest that she can take care of the others but constantly forgets about Angel leading to the brat placing herself yet again in dangerous situations. Series is really losing momentum.
Helpful? Yes | No | Report

1 review
January 24th, 2014
These books really holds your interest
Helpful? Yes | No | Report

1 review

You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices:

  • IOS