Sunday, June 3, 2012

Michael Vey: Prisoner of Cell 25

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

Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25Summery:Since he was very young Michael Vey has had an extraordinary power. When touching someone or metal he cane generate a strong shock (or as she calls it he surges and zaps), knocking them unconscious sometimes. His powers, as the powers are electrical, he can shock someone if they are joined by metal, as electricity travels though metal. He's learned to control it, to a degree. But one day when he is pushed to far by a group of bullies he shocks them. Accidentally and also in front of Taylor, a popular cheerleader who he has had a crush on ever since he and his mom moved. Noe one but his mom and best friend Ostin know about his power. And now Taylor. She guesses what he can do and reveals a big secret...she has electrical powers too.

Romance:One kiss, 1-2 cheek pecks, liking someone,crushing, admiring, flirting.

Language: Suck, otherwise none.

Violence:Yelling.arguments, fight scenes (several), death, calling names, torture, manipulation by lies and blackmail/guilt (making Michael think he may have killed someone), bullying, shocking someone (many times).

Other:Lack of humanity, elitism, sadistic like character, Ostin stares at some girls (he was described as a bit girl crazy), he was also pantsed by some bullies.

Time Period:Modern.

My Thoughts: It was exciting right from the start and it kept getting more and more exciting as the plot developed! It was as good a book in plot, character and excitement wise as The Hunger Games but didn't relate to the plot in THG at all. I would recommend this book to guys mostly...however I think that there are a good deal of girls (like me) who would like it too. YA+(YA=14/15)

My Stars:5
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