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Michael Vey: Rise of the Elgen

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Logan White

on 6 January 2013

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Transcript of Michael Vey: Rise of the Elgen

Michael Vey: Rise of the Elgen This is the second book in the Michael Vey series The characters are:
Michael
Taylor
Ostin
Zeus
Dr. Hatch The settings are in Idaho and Puerto Maldonado, Peru. The genre of this book is fiction because of the situations that the teenagers get out of. Most people wouldn't be able to get out of the situations. Sometimes they get out by luck. The powers that they possess are also not possible in real life. Two words to describe Idaho in this book are pleasant and civil, because downtown Idaho isn't a huge and famous city like Chicago or New York. I've never been to Idaho, but downtown Idaho sounds like downtown Raleigh in the book. Two words to describe the Elgen base in Puerto Maldonado, Peru are secure and horrific, because you need ID's, to go through checkpoints, and access codes to get in to the compound and or building. It is horrific because every week, Dr. Hatch puts a guard or worker into "the bowl". The bowl is a huge room filled with flesh-eating rats. Four words to describe the characters are funny, intelligent, daring, and loyal. They are funny because they'll occasionally give each other a hard time. They don't do it very much, but when they do, it's pretty funny. The characters are loyal and daring because they will go back, even though they know that they'll probably be captured, to save their friends and family. They are smart because they've escaped the Elgen and have been one step ahead of the Elgen not two, but three times. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes action packed fiction books, but that can handle short clips of heavy violence and slight gore. THANKS FOR WATCHING!
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