Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25 Themes

Richard Paul Evans
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The Power of Friendship

The power of friendship is a recurring theme seen throughout the story from an array of perspectives. One of the most important is the friendship that emerges between Michael, Taylor, and Ostin. Michael and Ostin keep to themselves and seldom spend time with other students. They apparently have no friends except each other. In Ostin's case, it seems to be an inability to form friendships simply because he's become known as the geeky kid who is easy to pick on. In Michael's case, it's more likely that his efforts to avoid bringing attention to himself has made him also become an easy target for the bullies. Taylor is very popular and brings Michael and Ostin into her circle of friends without any problems. The friendship is important to all three of them for various reasons. Taylor has never told anyone about her ability to "reboot...

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