Thursday, February 8, 2018

Michael Vey: Rise of the Elgen, by Richard Paul Evans


The book Michael Vey: Rise of the Elgen, by Richard Paul Evans is about a teenage boy with unusual electric superpowers. Him and his friends go up against a criminal organisation that want to give cheep power and make the world a better place. We are also introduced to the electricity generating rats in this book that eat people and make electricity. In the end all is well and we cant wait for the next book.

The book was really good. I'd suggest it to anyone who likes science fiction. The story was well written and conflicts are well presented. It is easy to understand and is a good book to sit back and enjoy after a long day. The characters are relatable and the book doesn't get boring even after an hour of reading it. I think its overall a good book and id suggest it to almost anyone.

Reviewed by Anton V., Grade 9
Montrose Library

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Michael Vey, The Prisoner of Cell 25, by Richard Paul Evans

The book Michael Vey The Prisoner of Cell 25, by Richard Paul Evans is about a teenage boy with unusual electric superpowers. He and his only friend, Ostin go on an adventure with his school bully Jack and his friend, Wade to save his girlfriend, Taylor. Upon arriving to the place where the bad guys of this book kept Taylor, Michael discovered that he is not the only electric child and the real adventure begins.

The book was good. I'd suggest it to anyone who likes science fiction. The story was well written and conflicts are well presented. It is easy to understand and is a good book to sit back and enjoy after a long day. The characters are relatable and the book doesn't get boring even after an hour of reading it. I think its overall a good book and id suggest it to almost anyone.

Reviewed by Anton V., Grade 9
Montrose Library