Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment - Prologue Summary & Analysis

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Prologue Summary

The Prologue to James Patterson's Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment opens with the following line: "Congratulations. The fact that you're reading this means you've taken one giant step closer to surviving till your next birthday." Prologue, p. 1

There is an immediate urgency in the tone of the narrator, begging the reader not to put the book down because to do so could result in dire consequences.

The story is told by Max, a fourteen year old girl who was created at a school designed to create hybrid human beings.

"The six of us—me, Fang, Iggy, Nudge, the Gasman, and Angel—were made on purpose, by the sickest, most horrible 'scientists' you could possibly imagine." Prologue, p. 1

The six children, whose ages range from fourteen to six years old, have escaped from the school. In addition to their creation, the scientists...

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