Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25 - Chapters 35 through 41 Summary & Analysis

Richard Paul Evans
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Chapters 35 through 41 Summary

In chapter thirty-four, Taylor is moved to Level D where she meets three other people. They are electric children who also haven't obeyed Hatch. Ian is blind but is able to see the children. He explains that Hatch first tries to buy the children when they first arrive, then try to get them to do something that's wrong. If they do something wrong, he knows they'll likely do something else and that they'll soon be easier to control. The other two in the cell are McKenna and Abigail. Abi has the ability to take away pain through touch and she relieves Taylor's pain so that Taylor can sleep.

In chapter thirty-five, Jack, Ostin, Wade, and Michael arrive in Pasadena. They find the compound but note the security and know they can't get in. Then they see a food service truck and...

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