Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment Themes

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Family

Family is one of the main themes in Maximum Ride: The Angel Experiment by James Patterson. Max explains how the family came together in the beginning of the book.

"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

Jeb, a whitecoat at the facility, helped the six kids to escape. Since that time, the children have morphed into a family unit, watching out for one another. Although Max, Fang, Iggy, Gazzy, Nudge and Angel are not related by blood (except for Gazzy and Angel who are brother and sister), they are a family nonetheless. Due to their circumstances, the group of six may have a stronger bond than most families of biological origins. Each was created at the School as part of an elaborate and not entirely...

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