Week 2 - Pages 82 - 162 of Michael Vey: Prisoner of Cell 25 by Richard Paul
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"Well done Michael. Really, that was impressive. What was that, nine hundred, a thousand volts?
Not So Alone
"You're not alone Michael. There's more of your kind than you think. More than your friend Taylor. I'd like to introduce you to some of them right now. Behind you is Zeus. And this is Nichelle."
"Mom! Why did you do that?"
"Zeus, show Mrs. Vey what you can do."
Michael and Mrs. Vey are approached by a homeless man. He attempts to rob them by demanding Mrs. Vey's purse and car keys. When Michael hands the man her keys, he shocks him. After this, a well-dressed man approaches the two. This man strikes Michael as peculiar, as he is wearing sunglasses at night. His quote is significant due to the fact that other than Taylor, Ostin, and Mrs. Vey, nobody had seemingly known about Michael's power to create electricity.
Michael, Ostin, and Taylor had recently been searching the internet for the documents concerning their dates of birth (being only apart by one day) and the fact that there were forty-two deaths on that same time period at the same hospital. These searches led internet "spiders" to send their location to Dr. Hatch, who is the man. This scene is significant because it exposes that there are more electric children than Michael and Taylor.
Mrs. Vey is shocked by Zeus, who has the power to throw lightning. Nichelle shows her power to weaken other electric children by doing so to Michael. They would have both been kidnapped if it hadn't been for Ostin, who goes outside to see what happened. At this point, he calls the ambulance for Michael, who is knocked out. We learn in the hospital that Mrs. Vey has been kidnapped. This is significant because it creates a conflict and gives Michael a reason to track these people.
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