por the way, it's official that the last book is going to be called NEVERMORE. And...he probably doesn't. Things that are most likely to happen in the last book: 1. Max will commit suicide because there are too many guys in this world to deal with, and who cares if the world ends? It's her who's the most important here. 2. Fang and Dylan will fight and Fang will kill Dylan, feel terrible about it, and end up living as a hermit. 3. The rest of the flock will live with Total in their old house thing. 4. James Patterson will die because a bunch of FANGirls etc. will appear at his door with spears.
Just something to consider...DON'T have high hopes XD
Judging por the last two books, he just procrastinates until about two months before he has to be done composição literária it, freaks out, and wings it; correctly assuming that his fãs are going to buy the book even if it's pure crap. So no. No, I don't think he has any ideas about the eighth book. What's probably going to happen is that he completely blows off the villains from the anterior book and creates some new, even mais aleatório bad guy, doesn't even attempt to close the gaping plot holes, and makes Max even mais of a mindless boy obsessed idiot than she alerady is.
idk, but this is what I wish will happen without being too outrageous:
-Dylan and Maya get together, leaving Max and Fang's relationship ALONE. -They try to save the world and they do, even though it's i n ruin. (I'm a sucker for bittersweet endings) -Ratchet stops being rude to Lara Croft -Fang's "Flock Failure" (as I call it) dies in action or goes missing or something.
Well I read angel and it says at the end that the last book is called The End of Maximum Ride so: Max dies (NNOOOO!!) and dylan and fang are hEARTBROKEn but dylan even mais than fang cause hes her otyher half
Honestly do you think that he would have any ideas? I think that he wrote FANG and angel while high on Valium (that's a reference) at three in the morning and turned the plan in to his editor (who apparently isn't in charge of the Alex cruz series thank god) who skimmed the first page and OKed it for publishing. So no. No I don't think he has any ideas for the eighth book. God knows that James Patterson is going to cover everything he missed in the last seven books. *Shudder*