Max Einstein – The Genius Experiment

Max Einstein: The Genius Experiment is written by James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein. This book series was illustrated by Beverly Johnson. Max Einstein: The Genius Experiment is book number 1 in the MAX EINSTEIN series.

Meet Max Einstein, a 12 year old genius from New York City. She has the brains and the will, but when it comes to fighting against her enemy, she will need her friends by her side. The amazing Max Einstein is a super smart girl with a bright future in front of her. She goes to college everyday, plays speed chess in the park and talks to Albert Einstein. A normal kid’s life, right? But then she gets taken away to an orphanage and crosses the path into a dangerous new world that was waiting for her help.

Max Einstein has a mission: to solve some of the world’s toughest problems using only the force of science, a lot of it! Joined by a group of the world’s smartest young kid geniuses, they have to try and produce power for a small town in Israel.

But when two boys part of Max’s team get kidnapped, would the team get to them in time? And what’s to expect when Charles and Isabel (the teams supervises) rock up with a flightless plane? From being threatened by mining landlords to trying to get to the bottom of who’s been sabotaging the team’s power setups, you’ll want to join Max and the other child geniuses on the journey of a life time. With unexpected bumps and adventures, this book is not what you expect it to be. It’s so much better! So what are you waiting for? Pick up a copy of this amazing book and read it today!

James Patterson is a fantastic author and writes amazing books and stories for both adults and kids. Make sure to look up James’s other books and the next story in the Einstein series, Max Einstein: Rebels With A Cause available in September 2019.

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