Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25 - Chapters 1 through 8 Summary & Analysis

Richard Paul Evans
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Chapters 1 through 8 Summary

As the story opens, two men are talking on the phone. One says locating two specific children is difficult. One of the men asks what he's supposed to tell the board. The second says to remind the board he's found fifteen of the seventeen children. One says that it's difficult to "turn" the children once they're this age and the second says he is aware, adding that Cell 25 is always available if necessary.

In chapter two, Michael Vey lives in Idaho. He says he isn't looking for trouble but that he always seems to be in trouble anyway. Michael has Tourette's Syndrome but he says it isn't like it is typically depicted on television. In his case, he has involuntary twitches with his eyes or gulps in high-stress situations. Other kids make fun of him because of it. In chapter three...

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