• Michael Vey, 1: The Prisoner of Cell 25
  • Michael Vey, 1: The Prisoner of Cell 25
  • Michael Vey, 1: The Prisoner of Cell 25
ISBN: 1442468122
EAN13: 9781442468122
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 10, 2012
Pages: 352
Dimensions: 1" H x 8.9" L x 5.9" W
Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

The start of an action-packed teen series from #1 New York Times bestselling author Richard Paul Evans.

To everyone at Meridian High School, fourteen-year-old Michael Vey is nothing special, just the kid who has Tourette's syndrome. But in truth, Michael is extremely special--he has electric powers. Michael thinks he is unique until he discovers that a cheerleader named Taylor has the same mysterious powers. With the help of Michael's friend, Ostin, the three of them set out to discover how Michael and Taylor ended up with their abilities, and their investigation soon brings them to the attention of a powerful group who wants to control the electric teens--and through them, the world.

#1 New York Times bestselling author Richard Paul Evans introduces a character whose risk-filled exploration marks the beginning of a riveting new series. With only his powers, his wits, and his friends to protect him, Michael will need all his strength to survive.

Michael Vey is the first title in Glenn Beck's Mercury Ink publishing program.

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5
   Great read!
Reading this to my 9 year old son is like a dream. It is hard to get him excited about books. He loves these books so much that he often asks me if it is time for bed yet, because he can 't wait to hear more! My 13 year old daughter is now sneaking into her brother's room so that she can listen.
 
4
   What a fun read!
What a strange read and so different from Evans's usual fare. This is directed at middle school to high school children, although I really enjoyed it. Here there is so much to appeal to the teens about problems in high school, bullying, no friends, etc. For his children and even his own tourette syndrome, Evans also added special powers. Recommended for your teens - and you!
 
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   Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25
One of my grandsons admitted that his reading skills were lacking. Fare enough! Grandson gave the book to his father and told him that it was an adult book. His father was enough to discover that it was a science fantasy and really was a teen book. I don 't know if the plot is too illogical for my middle-aged adult fantasy, but it is too much to ask Grandma to read aloud the whole book to young teens in hope of catching fire in their belly to read it.
 
5
   Ricky's Review of Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25
I recommend this book to young people. This book deals with disabilities and dilemmas that we all go through. For me, I used to stutter out of school and remember how I felt when people made fun of me about stuttering. It is a powerful piece of work with intrigue and suspense and can help teach the right from the wrong. Ricky was born in 2005, and is still going strong.
 
3
   Cool concept but the story was just alright
The concept was cool, but the story was just alright. It was kind of dragged in places. Good for middle school readers. Nothing special stood out really. And the title does not really make sense. It made me think that someone was in this cell 25 for a long period of time and maybe breaks out... this isn 't the case. It is easy to read. Probably won 't continue the series.
 
5
   Very good plot and kept mt attention
Started reading this book based on a suggestion of a friend. I usually don 't read for pleasure, preferring more technical publications. I can 't remember the last time I sat reading a book for hours. As I read the book, I can see things in my imagination. Just ordered the second book and the third is coming out so that I can find a comfortable place to sit.
 
5
   Love this book series! Well written and my son’s favorites!
Bought this book series for my 11 year old son who wouldn t read. This series has hooked him up! Everyone loves them all in the family! I have read all his other books and now read them with my son. Apparently he is just announced that he is writing Vey 8, 9 and 10! Highly recommended to both boys and girls these books!
 
5
   Amazing book!!!!
I enjoyed this book really ''. I ordered it and read it in a day. It is really funny and is a one-sitting read! The SPOILERS ARE OFF! It is about a boy named Michael who has the ability to transfer electricity from his body to someone else. He finds out that there are more children like him, who are almost identical and all have different abilities that connect to electricity. The people who made the device that gave all these kids powers tried to get all the kids back. But they do not look good. The people kidnap Michaels'mother, and he must save her with the help of his friends, a popular techno-soldie and the techie.
 
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   Very nasty content 👎🏻
It had good reviews and someone recommended it to me. It would have been much better if it were not for a disgusting factor. A doctor uses the powers of a teenager to mentally and physically torture other teens. If you don 't mind a teen being forced to torture others, this book is for them. I do not recommend this book for myself. Extremely disappointed ''. I will not buy any more books from this author.
 
4
   like Harry Potter i'm sure we will see this group ...
i just decided to pick this book up because i am not currently reading anything else and know its series. The cover always intrigued me when i walked by it. This book starts very slow and childish. Eventually the book picks up and we find out more about Michael's powers and learn more from his past, this is where you get hooked and can 't stop reading. It ends with high hopes for this series, like Harry Potter, I am sure that this group of children will mature quickly and lose innocence.
 
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