MICHAEL VEY Reading Levels

Richard Paul Evans new series has finally made it onto the New York Times Best Series list for 2013.  

This captivating series has intrigued both teens and adults.

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bookcover of THE PRISONER OF CELL 25 (Michael Vey #1) by Richard Paul EvansTHE PRISONER OF CELL 25
(Michael Vey book #1)
by Richard Paul Evans

4.09 avg rating — 9,423 ratings

To most of his schoolmates Michael is an ordinary fourteen-year-old. In fact, the only thing sets him apart is that he has Tourette’s syndrome. However Michael is anything but ordinary. Michael has special powers.

At first Michael thinks he's the only one with these types of powers. But then he meets Taylor, a cheerleader. With the help of Ostin, another friend, the three set out to uncover what gave them this power. But this investigation only brings them to the attention of the wrong people.

Reading Information:
Word Count: 84,020
Page Count: 336
Accelerated Reader: 3.5 / points: 11.0
AR quiz: 146904
Lexile: HL500L
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bookcover of THE RISE OF THE ELGEN (Michael Vey #2) by Richard Paul EvansRISE OF THE ELGEN
(Michael Vey book #2)
by Richard Paul Evans

4.20 avg rating — 4,081 ratings

Michael and other "electric" teenagers learn about the Order of Elgen's plan to reorganize the world.

Word Count: 86,897
Page Count:  335
Accelerated Reading level: 4.0 / points: 12.0
AR quiz: 153129
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bookcover of BATTLE OF THE AMPERE (Michael Vey #3) by Richard Paul Evans
(Michael Vey book #3)

4.22 avg rating — 369 ratings

With Michael's mother now safe, the gang gets back together in an attempt to stop Ampere.

Page Count: 320
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compiled by Pam
updated October 2013