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  1. Veda
    Veda Published |

    I’ve seen quite a bit on this series recently and it seems to be along the lines of “A Wrinkle in Time.” I wonder how they’d compare. I think I saw the latter on your “yet to read” list, but it seems your site’s the one to ponder such a thing on – perhaps another commenter has the answer or I’m mistaken and you, Justin, know the answer. Thanks for the space to ask. :)

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  2. Justin
    Justin Published |

    My sister gave me A Wrinkle In Time last year, but I haven’t had a chance to read it. I don’t know what the story’s about though. I’ll have to read the back of the book sometime to get an idea.

    James Patterson is just a nice break for me. It’s such a light read that you could finish it in a couple of readings. With some of the stuff I read in school, he’s definitely a welcome break from those readings.

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  3. Veda
    Veda Published |

    Funny! I could do a review of “Wrinkle,” but would you prefer that on the other site?

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  4. Justin
    Justin Published |

    I’ve now read the back of my version and the Amazon editorial preview. They don’t think they’re alike, but I could be wrong. Maybe they’re alike in that they’re science fiction-like but not necessarily science fiction.

    Sure you could do a review at Books In Bed. You can send me an email at greenshady@hotmail.com so I can let you know how to set it up. Or, if you don’t want to write a full review, you can simply post about it on the forums.

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  5. Veda
    Veda Published |

    Okay. :)

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  6. david in the mountains
    david in the mountains Published |

    if you like books – have you registered at bookcrossings.com?

    check it out

    here from Michele

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  7. Peter
    Peter Published |

    Patterson’s stuff is pretty cool. The opening scene of School’s Out – Forever is nice.

    I like the idea of flying away from my troubles, too.

    You can get an audio version as well.
    Try http://www.audiobookscape.com and search for Patterson. There’s several of his books there.

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  8. Alex
    Alex Published |

    I’ve read “A Winkle in time” and the “Maximum Ride” series and find them bother equally injoyable though i believe “A Wrinkle in Time” is not as repetitive and has more of a mystery behind it. Either way thats just my opinion and recomend both. :)

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  9. justin jamieson
    justin jamieson Published |

    MAXIMUM RIDE
    SCHOOLS OUT- FOREVER.—–

    I am just starting to read this book, Actually on ch.7 and so far this book is intense.

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