Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25 Short Essay - Answer Key

Richard Paul Evans
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1. According to Michael, what makes him different from the reader?

Michael says he lives in Idaho and has Tourette's Syndrome, which is a disease that makes his eyes twitch and causes him to gulp when he's nervous. He says he also has a secret and later reveals that he has the power to shock people.

2. What was the situation that caused Michael to be in detention when the class was studying Greek mythology?

There was a picture of Medusa, and Michael had blurted out that she must be Mr. Dallstrom's "great-great-great-great-grandmother." Michael says he doesn't know why he said it, but Mr. Dallstrom chose that moment to enter the classroom. Mr. Dallstrom heard the comment.

3. What are Michael's thoughts about Taylor Ridley? Why doesn't he share that information with his best friend, Ostin?

Michael thinks Taylor is very pretty, but she's also very popular and is unattainable. Michael says she's nice to him, but she's nice to everybody. He says he has a crush on her but is too embarrassed to even tell Ostin.

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