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Michael Vey
Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25 | Richard Paul Evans
14 posts | 40 read | 1 reading | 8 to read
Michael Vey, a fourteen-year old who has Tourette's syndrome and special electric powers, finds there are others like him, and must rely on his powers to save himself and the others from a diabolical group seeking to control them.
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KianClarkson
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Micheal Vey is about a 15 year old kid named Micheal, who has electric powers. Him and his two friends Ostin Liss and Taylor Ridley discover that he is not the only one with powers. They also figure out something is hunting them. The genre of this book is science fiction. If you like books that are about people with powers or action books, you would like this.

MissYaremcio Glad that you are enjoying the book! Thank you for coming to talk to me about this assignment! 2mo
Cfischbuch Nicely done! 2mo
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RylanBaker
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#3 High schooler Micheal Vey lives a normal life, but with a big secret. He was born electric, and can shock anything he touches (or anything that is connected to him by metal). His life was normal other than that, and no one other than his best friend Ostin knew up until the school bullies jumped him and he had to shock them in front of a cheerleader. He then comes to know that the cheerleader, Taylor, also has powers, the power to wipe and read-

RylanBaker (Continued in comments) minds, and the three of them (Micheal, Taylor, and Ostin) uncover a giant conspiracy about their births, how they got their powers, and other children with powers like them. They end up traveling the country with Micheal's former bully, and meeting the antagonist responsible for their powers, Dr. C.J. Hatch. If you like action, sci-fi, and conspiracies, this book will be perfect for you. 10/10. 2mo
MissYaremcio Great review Rylan! I am impressed! 2mo
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HaydenTheGreat
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Definitely a pick. Good book if you like science fiction. I liked that the main character (Micheal Vey) is our age

MrsBabki I haven‘t read this but bought the series for my classroom. I need to try it out. 4mo
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mossh.er
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My new bookshelf! #new #newbooks #newbookshelf

brit91 I love it!😍📚 6mo
mossh.er @brit91 thank you!!! ❤️ 6mo
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CrazedReader

Are there any books that you think everyone shall read? If so, please tell me. I need a new book!!!!

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Chelleo
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Had to bail on the Alchemist 😐 Decided to read this book for #LitsyByTheNumbers #25 #twentyfive. So glad I did because I‘m loving it so far! I‘ll probably binge the rest of the series.

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Bookfan1414
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So I went to Barnes and Noble today and bought some books before heading to the movies. Well this young man was being trained to work there and he came to ask if I needed anything. He then recommended that I read this series.... in such an adorable, excited way that I bought it on my kindle. And finished it in like three hours. So thanks to that adorable new hire... I have a new book series to binge!!! 📚

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Olivetoread
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I am completely addicted to this thrilling series and I have read every one! I have also listened to them many times to make sure I didn't miss a second! I love this so much and although I wish it was a movie, the motion pictures would ruin the wonderful story! I suggest you read this if you enjoy to read! If not, that is a very, very sad fact and you are a sad person.

tpixie Ha!! 3y
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gabibeck30
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I love the plot of this book so much!!

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Krisjericho
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Recommendations needed for my 13-year old son. Michael Vey is the only book series he loves. I have exhausted my resources at the library where I work looking for others that he will love, but I've had little luck. Most are just "okay" to him. He doesn't like Harry Potter (gasp!) or Hunger Games. Percy Jackson was all right. He loved Diary of a Wimpy Kid when he was younger, but thinks they are too babyish now. Help!

Krisjericho Adding - it doesn't be necessarily have to be YA. Adult is fine. 3y
rachellayown Hmm. That's tough. My 16 year old hit a reading slump around that age too. I know he liked the Fourth Stall books and the No Safety in Numbers series. (Not sure if he loved them though.) 3y
LectricSheep What about The Knife of Never Letting Go and its sequels? The first book (the one I'm in the process of reading) is fast and really intriguing! It's "boy-focused" YA. 3y
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Krisjericho @rachellayown @LectricSheep @Kirstin Thank you for the suggestions! I will look into all of them. 3y
Dragon Maybe this one but it's more adult 3y
Krisjericho @Dragon Thank you! 3y
Chelleo I‘m late to this party but maybe the Series 2y
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Peddler410
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Super popular with my middle school students. Decided I should read it.

Teenta My 8th graders can't get enough of this series! I've only read book 1 but I enjoyed it. 4y
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