The Prisoner of Cell 25eBook - 2014
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Michael Vey seems like an ordinary teenager, but he has a unique power. After his mother is kidnapped, he and his friends fight the hunters to save other kids with the same powers and Michael's mother.
CRRL_ChristineC Nov 14, 2017
Michael Vey is small, quiet, and has Tourette's syndrome--a bully's dream. But one day, when he's been pushed too far for too long, he reacts, releasing powers he's kept hidden for so long he doesn't realize how strong they've become. Powers in the form of electrical shocks that almost kill the ... Read More »
Fourteen-year-old Michael Vey has Tourette's syndrome. But his ailment is not ordinary--he has the mysterious power to control electricity.
Michael Vey is a small, weak-looking teen with Tourettes who has finally had enough. When a pack of bullies pushes him to use his hidden electric powers, Michael discovers that a beautiful cheerleader has similar skills and soon they must battle a dangerous scheme with a powerful corporation.
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