The Book of Max

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The Book of Max

The Book of Max Max is a twelve year old who is alone after a flu wipes out most of the human race in just hours First he rescues all the orphaned dogs and cats he can Then he decides to travel to find other peopl

  • Title: The Book of Max
  • Author: Peter Shirley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 150
  • Format: ebook
  • Max is a twelve year old who is alone after a flu wipes out most of the human race in just 72 hours First he rescues all the orphaned dogs and cats he can Then he decides to travel to find other people After finding his way across country dealing with food, gas, and hostile dogs, he enjoys some adventures with his new partner and mentor Jake When they help a communityMax is a twelve year old who is alone after a flu wipes out most of the human race in just 72 hours First he rescues all the orphaned dogs and cats he can Then he decides to travel to find other people After finding his way across country dealing with food, gas, and hostile dogs, he enjoys some adventures with his new partner and mentor Jake When they help a community of survivors in California, the real trouble begins.

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    1. Tina Smith on said:

      This was a quick and good read. I think its a young adult book, since the main character is an 8th grader. Its about a boy who survives a crazy flu epidemic that wipes out basically the whole world, except for small pockets of people here and there. Kept making me think of the Stephen King movie "The Stand" they are describing him walking around town stepping over bodies and breaking into houses and stores to get food and such. Sounds really gruesome, I knowtely not for little kidsI won't be rea [...]

    2. Andy on said:

      I loved the change of pace from the regular apocalyptic story by making a younger character the main character. Quincy does all the things I would have done at the end of the world if it had occurred when I was younger. In fact, I'll have to keep a few of those things in mind just in case. A fairly short read, but very worth it. I received this book for free using pixel of ink's service

    3. Julia on said:

      I really liked this book all in all. The main character was my favourite (obviously) since he's the one telling the story. That being said, not too sure I liked the ending. It somehow seemed too easy. I don't know if a child/pre-teen (who the book is actually aimed at) would see it the same way, but there's something about the way it ends that bugs me.

    4. Lorena on said:

      I really liked this book. It was a pretty solid concept. I did feel it needed more action but it was a fun read and I'd recommend it for younger teens.I didn't really enjoy how the author made pitbulls, rotties and German Shepherds the "bad" dogs. Could it have been any more stereotypical and media driven?

    5. Dayle on said:

      Certainly a different take on the end of civilization from the view point of an 8th grade boy. was a good, fast read.

    6. Angie on said:

      great dystopian action story for middle grade readers, with a terrific old man character who is totally affirming of Max's ability to make his own decisions and be responsible and smart. loved it!

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