Maximum Ride: The Manga, Volume 3
Narrowly surviving their encounter with Erasers in New York City, the flock is following up a lead on their pasts in Washington, D.C. But what they find waiting for them is...a home?! How will the flock adjust to a real school - one that doesn't involve mad scientists and genetic freaks?
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Volume 1 surely brought the fire to kick off James Patterson's dynamic comic series. Volume 2 built upon that with a climactic story and bundles of drama-fueled action. However, volume 3 never really ignited any sparks besides the flock's time with Anne Walker. The book is heavy on "dead weight" scenes that seem to obscure the book's real path and drive us away from where the book's really going. In the end, volume three isn't necessarily a bad book, but it's not the best either. It's just very unfortunate that it doesn't bring the same oomph as volumes one and two did.