Annotation: Being different can be tough. Being different can also mean that you are unique, maybe even extraordinary.
Book talk: Michael Vey is not just a skinny fourteen-year-old boy with Tourette’s Syndrome. He is so much more…he has potential – kinetic energy potential.
His potential is about to be realized when his mom is kidnapped and his girlfriend Taylor disappears – it is time to no longer be meek and pushed around, no more secrets, no more holding back.
Now someone is coming for Michael because he is special and they want what he has, and they will not only find him, they are willing to use dark ways to bend him…break him.
Who is hunting him and why? Michael will have to rely on his inner-strength, his powers, his intelligence, and unlikely friends if he is to survive being The Prisoner of Cell 25.
This was a great read! Very easy and fun to read. I can’t wait to read the next two books in the series. Recommended for ages 12-15
MY RATING: 4
(1 is poor and 5 amazing! )
GENRE: Science Fiction
- Michael Vey Rise of the Elgen, an Electrifying Story (alexbookblogs.wordpress.com)
- Michael Vey 3: Battle of the Ampere (caysenc.wordpress.com)
- Education is aim of Tourette talks (timescolonist.com)
- Teen with Tourette’s aims to stop bullying (wyff4.com)
- SLCL Foundation Presents Award-Winning Author Richard Paul Evans (prweb.com)
Favorite genre: Science Fiction
Favorite book: That’s a tough question. Probably, Michael Vey and Ender’s Game, The first one was awesome!
Social media I use the most: I like to text and use Instagram.
What do you think about books found in the fantasy genre? I think it is an interesting genre that provides for a good read. It’s like…it provides a time I wish I was in and challenges that are awesome. I can marvel at the characters and the situations they are in and how they get out of them.
What is your favorite book in the fantasy genre? The Chuck Black books, like Kingdom’s Dawn, Kingdom’s Hope, all of them were really good, really good. Oh yeah, The Candy Store War was AMAZING! Probably the best book ever!