Maximum Ride Fanfiction Wiki
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"Yes, Uncle Gazzy," Phoenix said, her black hair bobbing around her face . She was definitely a feisty three-year-old.
 
"Yes, Uncle Gazzy," Phoenix said, her black hair bobbing around her face . She was definitely a feisty three-year-old.
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"How are you, Phoenix?" Gazzy asked.
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Phoenix smiled. "Mamma showed me how to kill a spider," she said enthusiastically. Gazzy smiled. The girl was bright for a child born in an underground bunker.
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"Sounds great, sweety," Gazzy said. "What do you say to playing in the hologram room?"
   
 
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Revision as of 18:48, 29 April 2016

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This page may contain spoilers for the following books:
Maximum Ride: Forever.

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INCOMPLETE FANFICTION

This fanfiction has not yet been finished.


FANFICTION GENRES

This fanfiction's genres are Family and Friendship.



Gazzy and Angel play with young Phoenix while they lay in wait for the nuclear winter to pass. Takes place during Maximum Ride: Forever.


"Phoenix!" Gazzy yelled. The little three-year-old bird-kid hobbled to the seat next to the window. Ice still completely covered the barren landscape.

"Yes, Uncle Gazzy," Phoenix said, her black hair bobbing around her face . She was definitely a feisty three-year-old.

"How are you, Phoenix?" Gazzy asked.

Phoenix smiled. "Mamma showed me how to kill a spider," she said enthusiastically. Gazzy smiled. The girl was bright for a child born in an underground bunker.

"Sounds great, sweety," Gazzy said. "What do you say to playing in the hologram room?"

To be continued...