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I started reading Max Einstein The Genius Experiment on 9 22 2018 and finished it on 10 1 2018 at 1 40am This book is a fantastic read I really like how smart Max is and how quickly she deals with pressuring problems Max s schooling situation is pretty interesting and I like her motivation for learning and doing Quoting Albert Einstein is actually pretty cool I like the idea of child prodigies and secret missions Adding bad guys into the story makes the read thrilling I like how this boo I started reading Max Einstein The Genius Experiment on 9 22 2018 and finished it on 10 1 2018 at 1 40am This book is a fantastic read I really like how smart Max is and how quickly she deals with pressuring problems Max s schooling situation is pretty interesting and I like her motivation for learning and doing Quoting Albert Einstein is actually pretty cool I like the idea of child prodigies and secret missions Adding bad guys into the story makes the read thrilling I like how this book promotes teamwork and problem solving for readers to follow.This book is told in the third person point of view following Maxine Max Einstein, 12 years old, child prodigy, as she was woken up by the smell of horse manure to a good idea She raced over to Mr Kennedy at 6am to share with him her ah ha moment Max, Mr Kennedy, and many others are homeless squatting above a horse stable in New York Max comes up with an idea to keep warm for the coming winter because they are living rent free on a vacant floor with no heat The problem to her idea is that it costs a lot of money to make it happen and money is what they don t have Max, who never knew her parents looks up to Albert Einstein, the famous scientist like a hero Another third person point of view is Phillip Stark and Dr Zimm, guys at the Corp hunting down Max The Corp compete with another group called CMI Max has been monitored and wanted by both groups They both work under the radar and leave very little trails behind They both have big plans for Max.Max Einstein The Genius Experiment is very well written This book has the sad aspects of family and living conditions but it also has the bright side with good friendships and oversea experiences Actions and adventures are a plus This book is fiction but it has the feel of a nonfiction though it still reads quick like a fiction I like that because readers are being reminded about Newton s law of motion and Albert Einstein s idea on photoelectrons without feeling the heavy reading of a science textbooks I love the diversity in this book I like that this book ends without a cliffhanger even though readers are to expect book 2 to come This book is an excellent read for all and I highly recommend everyone to read it Pro fast paced, page turner, humor, easy to read, actions and adventures, illustrations, Albert Einstein, teamwork,Con noneI rate it 5 stars Disclaimer Many thanks to Little, Brown, and Company for the opportunity to read and review Please be assured that my opinions are honest.xoxo, Jasmine at www.howusefulitis.wordpress.com fordetails I received a free copy of Max Einstein, The Genius Experiment by James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein, through the Good Read s Giveawy An adult may find this story is a bit predictable, although all books by Patterson are fun to read This is meant for a younger audience but educates the reader about Albert Einstein s life and many achievements I hope as the author suggests, that the book will stimulate both boys and girl s interest in science and technology After all, the future belongs I received a free copy of Max Einstein, The Genius Experiment by James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein, through the Good Read s Giveawy An adult may find this story is a bit predictable, although all books by Patterson are fun to read This is meant for a younger audience but educates the reader about Albert Einstein s life and many achievements I hope as the author suggests, that the book will stimulate both boys and girl s interest in science and technology After all, the future belongs to the young Good start to a series Max is joined with other genius teens and they set about solving some pretty tough world problems energy, water, etc.There is plenty of action and adventure along with a smattering of science tossed in.A quick read that will appeal to many students.DRC from Edelweiss and Hachette Book Group It is a given that any book by James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein will be a hit and Max Einstein The Genius Experiment deserves all the accolades that it will receive It is extremely well written and researched, and takes the popular concept of a kid being the chosen one in a unique direction, as the chosen kids are all geniuses knowledge is their superpower and they tackle real world problems with real science The Albert Einstein quotes and scientific information woven into the stor It is a given that any book by James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein will be a hit and Max Einstein The Genius Experiment deserves all the accolades that it will receive It is extremely well written and researched, and takes the popular concept of a kid being the chosen one in a unique direction, as the chosen kids are all geniuses knowledge is their superpower and they tackle real world problems with real science The Albert Einstein quotes and scientific information woven into the story strengthen Max Einstein s character and are both interesting and informative While I felt that there were a few aspects of the story that seemed unrealistic, my twelve year old son thought they were some of the best parts There are hints of bigger mysteries and conflicts in the book, such as Max Einstein s unknown background, that set this book up well to be a multi book series A few unexpected twists in the story made it evenfun This book hooked me from the beginning and kept up the intriguing storyline that combines mystery, suspense, science, humanitarian issues, problem solving, and friendship This is one of the best books I ve read recently and I can t wait to read the next one I wonder if the authors have even outlined the next book yet This was a Goodreads Giveaway and I would like to thank JIMMY Patterson Books and Little, Brown and Company for giving me the opportunity to read an advance copy of it I ve always been a big James Patterson fan, and this was the first of his Young Adult books I ve had the pleasure of reading, so I was happy for the chance to read it I have no idea who Chris Grabenstein is or how much of the story is his doing as a co author, but I can honestly say the book was terrific Max Einstein is both br This was a Goodreads Giveaway and I would like to thank JIMMY Patterson Books and Little, Brown and Company for giving me the opportunity to read an advance copy of it I ve always been a big James Patterson fan, and this was the first of his Young Adult books I ve had the pleasure of reading, so I was happy for the chance to read it I have no idea who Chris Grabenstein is or how much of the story is his doing as a co author, but I can honestly say the book was terrific Max Einstein is both brilliant and humble, which is definitely a winning combination with this young lady, and in this book she sets off on the first of what I imagine will be many adventures to better the world There are good guys and girls and bad guys and, most importantly, there are a host of brilliant children, each with his or her own colorful personality This book should be a must read for all children who are middle school and above, perhaps even younger It just might motivate some of them to go out and save the world James Patterson has a rare gift While some authors are able to write across genres, one or two, and a few authors can write both adult and YA books, there are only a couple who can write across both Genres and age groups And Patterson is the best of those writers Max Einstein is just an example of this ability which combines humanitarianism, with technology, and the natural sciences.Great female protagonist Max Einstein is twelve years old and has already figured out how to create a backgroun James Patterson has a rare gift While some authors are able to write across genres, one or two, and a few authors can write both adult and YA books, there are only a couple who can write across both Genres and age groups And Patterson is the best of those writers Max Einstein is just an example of this ability which combines humanitarianism, with technology, and the natural sciences.Great female protagonist Max Einstein is twelve years old and has already figured out how to create a background that has let her enter the University of New York However, she has no idea who she is or from where she hails Suddenly, her world is upset by two goons from Social Services or so she believes They take her to a group home, where she begins planning another escape But before she can make her move, an acquaintance from the streets arrives with two adults who say she must run, as a shadow corporation is on its way to snatch her Not only that but they tell her she is urgently needed in Jerusalem She has only minutes to make a decision and the only one she can turn to is her hero Albert Einstein What would he say or doSuddenly she is on a private plane headed for Israel, with a secret benefactor covering her expenses and tests, determining who will lead a philanthropic cabal to cure some of the worlds most difficult problems Is Max the One And if chosen, does she have what it takes to handle her first mission This book grabbed me within the first few pages and hung on tight until I finished the final page It creates a world I would love to see my grandkids grabbing onto and give them meaning for the future And if you ever wondered about Albert Einstein, Patterson begins to open up a look at this genius of a man and see how he can inspire anyone with just a little imagination Can t wait for the sequel 4.5I like Chris Grabenstein books Also, the mc reminds me of Sheldon. I received an advanced reading copy of this book.Max Einstein is the first book to be endorsed by the Albert Einstein Foundation and I can see why Young Max lives her life according to the philosophy and science of Albert Einstein There are many quotations throughout the book In fact, I learnt a lot about Einstein that I did not know before.This is a great start to a new kids series about Max Einstein and her team of other young geniuses They all complete for the chance to represent the worl I received an advanced reading copy of this book.Max Einstein is the first book to be endorsed by the Albert Einstein Foundation and I can see why Young Max lives her life according to the philosophy and science of Albert Einstein There are many quotations throughout the book In fact, I learnt a lot about Einstein that I did not know before.This is a great start to a new kids series about Max Einstein and her team of other young geniuses They all complete for the chance to represent the world and help solve current crisis like water issues, electricity, poverty etc Backed by a mysterious benefactor and racing against an opposing evil team, this group of kids show us what can be done with persistance and team work.It was a fun read with lots of science stuff that kids will enjoy Action, adventure, working together to solve problems and plenty of fun Max is a character that kids will love and I think that they will become invested in her and what her team are trying to achieve, without realising that they are learning at the same time.Great for 9 kids with an interest in science For fans of Bab Sharkey and Friday Barnes {DOWNLOAD EPUB} Ý Max Einstein: The Genius Experiment õ Albert Einstein James Patterson A Must Read The world sbestselling author has teamed up with the world s most famous genius to entertain, educate and inspire a generation of kids with the first and only kids book series officially approved by the Albert Einstein Archives Twelve year old orphan Max Einstein like Albert Einstein himself is not your typical genius Max hacks the computer system at NYU in order to attend college courses even though she hates tests , builds homemade inventions to help the homeless, and plays speed chess in the park Her not so normal life is crazy but predictable untilMax is recruited by a mysterious organization Their mission solve some of the world s toughest problems using science She s helped by a diverse group of young geniuses from around the globe as they invent new ways to power the farthest reaches of the planet But that s only if the sinister outfit known only as The Corporation doesn t get to her first Max Einstein is a heroine for the modern age and will be looked up to by readers for generations to come I picked up an advance copy at the ALA convention from the publisher To be honest, I ve never read anything by James Patterson except for his Read, Kiddo, Read website In this story, Max is a homeless kid in NYC who is selected for a challenge involving child geniuses around the world The winner is supposed to help make the world better The book has a lot of interesting settings Jerusalem, the DRC , there s plenty of action, and it tackles some complex science I enjoyed the book, I thought I picked up an advance copy at the ALA convention from the publisher To be honest, I ve never read anything by James Patterson except for his Read, Kiddo, Read website In this story, Max is a homeless kid in NYC who is selected for a challenge involving child geniuses around the world The winner is supposed to help make the world better The book has a lot of interesting settings Jerusalem, the DRC , there s plenty of action, and it tackles some complex science I enjoyed the book, I thought the pace was good, but I m curious about the intended audience I plan on sharing it with my niece and getting her input she s going into 6th grade