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The Angel Experiment by James Patterson
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“Fang: 'Man, You weigh a freaking ton! What have you been eating, rocks?'
Max: 'Why, is your head missing some?”
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James Patterson
“Holy [Insert your choice of a swear word here]," said Fang stunned.”
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James Patterson
“I want to be able to see stuff," Iggy said. "Like I used to, when I was little. And I want to be able to totally kick Jeb's butt.”
James Patterson, The Angel Experiment

James Patterson
“Max-Dogs, dogs, go away, let me live another day.”
James Patterson, The Angel Experiment

James Patterson
“Max-I'm not going to die today.”
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“Yes!” said Fang, punching the air. “Freaks rule.”
James Patterson, The Angel Experiment

James Patterson
“Popcorn for breakfast! Why not? It's a grain. It's like, like, grits, but with high self-esteem.”
James Patterson, The Angel Experiment

James Patterson
“I took a bite of cookie and chewed. “Hmmm,” I said, trying not to spit crumbs. “Clear vanilla notes, too-sweet chocolate chips, distinct flavor of brown sugar. A decent cookie, not spectacular. Still, a good-hearted cookie, not pretentious.” I turned to Fang. “What say you?”
“It’s fine.”
Some people just don’t have what it takes to appreciate a cookie.”
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James Patterson
“I didn't know a van could go up on two wheels like that, for so long." -Nudge”
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James Patterson
“When are you going to trust me Max?" asked Fang.
"When I go completely bonkers," I laughed.”
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James Patterson
“Did I want a dog? No. Did I need a dog? Also no. We were six kids running for our lives, not knowing where our next meal was coming from. Could we afford to feed a dog? Wait for it—no.”
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James Patterson
“I couldn’t leave Total behind.”
“Total?” Iggy asked.
“That’s what his card said,” Angel explained.
“Totally a mutant dog who will probably turn on us and kill us in our sleep,” Fang said.”
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James Patterson
“I just wish I could walk into my Senator’s office and say, “Senator Dude, Um, we have a problem with these sicko scientists…”
But then again, I don’t think we have a Senator, do we? Is there a state where mutant freaks are represented? If so, let me know.”
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James Patterson
“I gave him a kick and he stepped back onto the third rail. Exploding, flaming eraser! This is why moms tell you to stay away from the third rail, but it sure came in handy this time.”
James Patterson, The Angel Experiment

James Patterson
“You are a fridge with wings. We're freaking ballet dancers.”
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“Plus her mom was so awesome. She was strict about some things—don’t leave your socks lying around—but so not strict about other things, like calling the cops about my bullet wound.”
James Patterson, The Angel Experiment

James Patterson
“I led the way toward the crowd, trying to look casual, like, Fly? Me? Nah.”
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James Patterson
“It was the building from the drawing in my brain.
And if you don’t think that’s a weird sentence, maybe you should reread it.”
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James Patterson
“Max?” said the Gasman. “Are those, um, rats?”
Lovely. “Yes, those do appear to be either rats or mice on steroids,” I said briskly, trying not to shriek and climb the walls like a girly-girl.”
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James Patterson
“Don’t be afraid.”
“I hear voices,” Iggy said. “Be very afraid.”
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James Patterson
“I shot him the bird. (Get it? I shot him the—never mind.)”
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“We probably looked like starving orphan children. Hey! We were starving orphan children.”
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James Patterson
“Jeez, was that a lion? Please tell me it’s behind bars.”
“It’s a zoo, Iggy,” Nudge said, taking his arms and leading him. “Everything’s behind bars.”
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James Patterson
“I flipped down the visor so I could check myself in the mirror, and something small and heavy dropped into my lap.
I froze, my breath stuck in my throat. What—?
Gingerly, I looked down. It wasn’t a grenade. It was a key ring. One key was for this van. I looked at it blankly.
“Well, that’ll simplify things,” Fang said.”
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James Patterson
“Is it important to be right or is it important to do what’s right? That’s one of the hardest lessons to learn.”
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James Patterson
“Gazzy: "What does that mean?" (points to metal plaque warning to stay off the third rail that said Stay off the third rail!)
Fang: "It means the third rail has seven hundred volts of direct current running through it. Touch it and you're human popcorn."
“Okay,” I said. “Good tip. Everyone stay off the third rail.
Then I shot Fang a look that said, Thank you for that lovely image. He almost grinned at me.”
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James Patterson
“The receptionist looked us over, then went back to typing something incredibly urgent—like her résumé́ for another job.”
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James Patterson
“I want to know about my mom. And other stuff. I want to know the whole story, good or bad.”
“Me, too,” said Gazzy. “I want to find my parents so I can tell’m what total scuzzes they are. Like, ‘Hi, mom and dad, you’re such scum!”
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“You have a memory chip that small implanted in you,” he verified.
I nodded, guessing this was somewhat worse than having cooties.”
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James Patterson
“I want to be a scientist who studies the ocean when I grow up. I would go out to sea, and scuba dive, and find new things, and National Geographic will hire me.”
Sure, Nudge. Probably around the time I become president.”
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James Patterson
“I still felt like I might hurl, and I thought about how awful that would be in midair.”
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James Patterson
“Jeb: I wish I could explain what I'd give just to see you smile again.
Max (thinking): How about your head on a stick?
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“Jeb: But I need to tell you something first.
Max (thinking): That you are the devil incarnate?
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