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Maggie Review: Michael Vey Prisoner of Cell 25 by Richard Paul Evans

Hello everyone!

So someone was telling me about this book two years ago, and I noticed it going out fairly regularly at the library, but honestly, I didn’t want to give it a chance.  629 more words

Maggie Review

Michael Vey: the Prisoner of Cell 25

14/3/2018

James, Year 8, Newlands

Michael Vey: the Prisoner of Cell 25 by Richard Paul Evans

Rating: Fantastic – couldn’t put it down

Michael Vey- The prisoner of cell 25 is about a boy named Michael Vey who has Tourette’s Syndrome and the ability to shock things like an electric eel. 53 more words

Fiction

Michael Vey 2: Rise of the Elgen

Michael Vey 2: Rise of the Elgen by Richard Paul Evans is the second book in the Michael Vey series. It is an engaging story and drew me in a lot faster than the first book, but it is rather violent for a children’s book series, and some of the violence even bothers me. 318 more words

Series

The Prisoner of Cell 25 (Michael Vey #1)

The Prisoner of Cell 25 by Richard Paul Evans is the first book in the Michael Vey series. It was entertaining and is a series I am currently enjoying. 290 more words

Series

Fall of Hades - Richard Paul Evans

Fall of Hades by Richard Paul Evans

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

As the Fall of Hades is the sixth book in the Michael Vey series, there is little left that I can discuss without there being spoilers. 235 more words

Book

Storm of Lightning - Richard Paul Evans

Storm of Lightning by Richard Paul Evans

My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

Storm of Lightning is the fifth book in the Michael Vey series. It still possessed the same writing quality as the previous books, which makes it feel like a middle-grade novel rather than a young adult series. 189 more words

Teen

Michael Vey: Book Series Review

Series: Michael Vey

Author: Richard Paul Evans

Genre: Science Fiction

Hey guys! Today I wanted to talk about the Michael Vey series. It is for sure one of my favorite book series of all time but I feel like it has not gotten the fame it really deserves. 395 more words