Michael Vey: Prisoner of Cell 25
by Richard Paul Evans
HOW IT GOES
Michael Vey seemed like just a small town teenager with Tourette's syndrome who didn't have many friends. What they didn't know was that Michael Vey was very special along with his best friend and love, Taylor Ridley. These kids, along with 13 others, had extraordinary electric powers that made them unique among their basic peers. During the course of this remarkable book, Taylor, Michael, Ostin, and a few other prisoners attempt to break free from the antagonist, The Elgen Academy who try to kidnap all of the electro children, and use their powers for evil. Throughout this action-packed novel, the three best friends become closer than they would imagine in an attempt to save innocent people's lives.
Michael Vey is a seemingly average, small town boy with Tourette's syndrome. Throughout this novel Michael uses his special electric powers to stop evil along with his best friends all while his powers grow stronger and stronger...
Taylor Ridley is the most popular girl in school who loves cheerleading. She had never talked to Michael before until she saw him shock the school's meanest bullies. They soon became close after learning that they were both electric. Taylor can "reboot" people's minds which helps along the way.
Michael Vey's best friend and very smart teenager. Ostin has no special powers but is extremely smart and knows Michael's biggest secret.... he's electric. He also hates the Elgen and helps compose the plans to destroy their evil ways.
What the people think
- R.L. Stine, #1 bestselling author of Goosebumps
"Michael Vey is one of the most original thrillers I've come across in years. It's rare that a book can appeal to a young adult just as much as their parents-but Evans has pulled it off."
- Vince Flynn, #1 New York Times bestselling author
"Michael Vey is fantastic. I simply couldn't put it down. I believe Michael Vey is every bit as good as Twilight or Harry Potter."
- Glenn Beck, #1 bestselling author, media personality
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WHY READ IT?
This is an action-packed novel that gets you hooked the moment you start reading it. When the science-fiction mixes into the novel, the author really makes the story line seem possible. The characters, the bullying, and the parental bond really makes this book relatable. You will never be bored reading this book. It keeps you on the edge of your seat at all times! Not only that but it is suitable for boys and girls. It always keeps you guessing and it is very enjoyable!