E Book The Prisoner of Cell Michael Vey The Prisoner of Cell by Richard Paul Evans is a fun fantasy with lots of funny and yes stupid humor too It is not like the Alex Rider or Jason Steed
E-Book The Prisoner of Cell 25 Michael Vey, The Prisoner of Cell 25, by Richard Paul Evans, is a fun fantasy with lots of funny and yes, stupid humor too. It is not like the Alex Rider or Jason Steed series and maybe not quite as good. The story lacks the emotion from the Jason Steed novels and the skill of Anthony Horowitz on the Alex Rider series. It is about Michael and his best friend Ostin. Ostin has his name because his mother mistakenly misspelled Austin, as in the Texas city Austin.Michael was born with powers that are due to an experiment gone horribly wrong at hospital he was born in. Most of the babies born during a relatively short period of time died at or soon after their birth. For those that survived, they all have some powers that seem to be related to electricity. Michael’s power is that he is like an electric eel and can shock people. One thing that happened early on in the book is that his mother’s car’s battery was dead and he gave her car a jump start. Ostin is the only one that knows about Michael’s power other than his mother.Life at school is hard for Michael as he has to keep his power secret so he gets picked on and can’t defend himself. One day Michael is pushed too far and jolts a group pretty badly leaving them flopping on the ground and whimpering pretty sorrowfully. Now Michael is afraid that not only do they know but so does this girl he has a crush on, a cheerleader named Taylor, who witnessed the whole incident. Things could get worse but Michael and Ostin discover that there are other electrics out there and also, the bullies leave them alone because of fear.There are many laugh out loud moments and I did laugh a lot. I also thought that the plot line was kept pretty on track and was filled with fun action. I am not really sure why it was called The Prisoner of Cell 25? Hardly a mention in the novel about this.. The Prisoner of Cell 25 am Books My name is Michael Vey, and the story I m about to tell you is strange Very strange It s my story.To everyone at Meridian High School, Michael Vey is an ordinary fourteen year old In fact, the only thing that seems to set him apart is the fact that he has Tourette s syndrome But Michael is anything but ordinary Michael has special powers Electric powers.Michael thinkMy name is Michael Vey, and the story I m about to tell you is strange Very strange It s my story.To everyone at Meridian High School, Michael Vey is an ordinary fourteen year old In fact, the only thing that seems to set him apart is the fact that he has Tourette s syndrome But Michael is anything but ordinary Michael has special powers Electric powers.Michael thinks he s unique until he discovers that a cheerleader named Taylor also has special powers With the help of Michael s friend, Ostin, the three of them set out to discover how Michael and Taylor ended up this way, but their investigation brings them to the attention of a powerful group who wants to control the electric children and through them the world Michael will have to rely on his wits, powers, and friends if he s to survive.. When Richard Paul Evans wrote the 1 best seller, The Christmas Box, he never intended on becoming an internationally known author His quiet story of parental love and the true meaning of Christmas made history when it became simultaneously the 1 hardcover and paperback book in the nation Since then, than eight million copies of The Christmas Box have been printed He has since written eleven consecutive New York Times bestsellers He is one the few authors in history to have hit both the fiction and non fiction bestseller lists He has won several awards for his books including the 1998 American Mothers Book Award, two first place Storytelling World Awards, and the 2005 Romantic Times Best Women Novel of the Year Award His books have been translated into than 22 languages and several have been international best sellers.. The best Book The Prisoner of Cell 25 Oh, why why why why why why why why WHY did I read this horrible, cliche-ridden book? So I can give a bad review of it, that's why! So, in brief, this book is about Michael Vey, a teenager that has electrical powers. Here's the cliche part: Michael Vey is a scrawny teen that's constantly bullied, his best friend's a nerdy loser, and the main girl in the story is the most popular and prettiest girl in school. Oh, she's also a cheerleader.Michael soon finds out that Taylor, aka 'most popular and prettiest cheerleader in school', also has electrical powers like he does. What a co-wink-e-dink! <--how the hell do you spell that? Right after they find out that they both have powers, Taylor says; "We should start a club!" I highly doubt a fifteen year old girl (cheerleader!) would say something like that. I swear, these kids act like they're in elementary school instead of high school.Shortly after they (meaning Michael, Taylor, and his best friend Ostin) form the club, they find out that Taylor and Michael's power isn't as coincidental as they thought. Someone is looking for them, and that someone kidnaps Michael's mother and Taylor on his birthday. He sets out to find them.The biggest issue I have on this 'book' is the horrid writing. We are talking about an adult, correct? A twelve year old could write this book better.Example: Taylor looked around. She caught Zeus staring at her. He looked away. She thought he was cute. It was full of 'I said, she said, he said, I asked, I said, he said etc...' Put some depth behind your characters, for cheese sakes! The characters had no depth whatsoever, I felt the author didn't even try with this book.And what's with the name? 'The Prisoner of Cell 25'? Cell 25 only comes in once in the book, and not for very long, so I don't get why they'd name the book after such a small part in the book. Five pages into the book, I was already insulted. Unlike you, I live in Idaho. Don't ask me what state Idaho is in -news flash- Idaho IS a state.The writing talks down to its reader, like the reader was stupid. This line is insulting because a lot of people live in Idaho, or have lived in Idaho (I grew up in Idaho!), plus, everyone above second grade knows Idaho is indeed a state. I realize the author was doing this to be funny, but to me, it just immediately made the main character sound like a little shit. The very next line in the book is also insulting;For one, I have Tourette's syndrome. You probably know less about Tourette's syndrome than you do Idaho. Both my brother and my sister have been diagnosed with Autism and Asberger's for as long as I've known, so yes, I know many forms of mental illnesses. And again, this sentence talked down to its reader, even worse than the Idaho one. It's also ridden with pathetic attempts at humor (Ostin imagining himself being rich and famous one day surrounded by hot 'chicks' who worship him wasn't funny, it was angering). In one particularly irritating sentence, Michael asked his mother what he should get Taylor for her birthday and asked her what girls liked. She replied; "Trust me, we're all the same. We like clothes and jewelry. And flowers." "We're all the same"?!?!?!I never had a more powerful urge to throw the book across the room at that point. Here's a list of a few things I like: BooksAnimalsReadingMusicManga/Anime Video GamesGeeky TV shows from the 60's and 70'sDo you see clothes on this list? Or jewelry? Or flowers? I don't think so! If he got that from his wife then she hasn't been out much; if he came up with that himself, he's a sexist bastard. Not every woman likes clothes and flowers and jewelry. That's just stereotypical bullshit.The only thing I liked about this book is that their powers weren't 'magical' but scientific. They were slightly realistic and I could imagine them happening. In a Marvel comic So as you can see, I really hated this book. It got kind of interesting towards the end, but I still despised it, and will NEVER EVER READ AGAIN. I urge you, do not read this book if you care about your intelligence!Thanks for reading.
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