Rise of the Elgen (Michael Vey, Book 2)
Richard Paul Evans
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Michael must save his mother and protect his powers in the electric sequel to the #1 New York Times bestselling Michael Vey, from Richard Paul Evans.
I rolled over to my back, struggling for breath. The pain continued to pulse through my body a heavy throb followed by a sharp, crisp sting.
The man said, Trust me, there are worse things in this world than Cell 25.
Michael, Taylor, Ostin, and the rest of the Electroclan have escaped from the Elgen Academy in Pasadena and are headed back to Idaho to plan their next move. But whats waiting for them there will change everything.
After using their wits and powers to narrowly escape an Elgen trap, a mysterious voice leads the Electroclan to the jungles of Peru in search of Michael's mother. Once there, they discover that Dr. Hatch and the Elgen are far more powerful than anyone realizes; entire countries have begun to fall under their control. Only the Electroclan and an anonymous voice now stand in the way of the Elgen's plan for global domination.
But is the voice that Michael is following really an ally, or is it just another Elgen trap?
next phase, ER22, with a 92% iodine deficiency, far less than is available in any natural environment. The ER will die within 72 hours without the supplements we provide. Our beta test of ER22 in the Aruba, Puerto Maldonado, and Taiwanese plants has proven successful, and we will be neutralizing all ER21 as soon as we can replace them with the ER22, as not to disrupt our current power production and potentially damage our grids in those regions. MEMO Dr. Hatch, Due to the short gestation
and me. “I think my parents are . . . I think we’re going to be out of town. My dad—” Jack cut him off. “It’s okay, Mitch. It’s not your battle. It’s probably better that you don’t come.” Mitchell looked relieved. “If you say so.” “I’m there,” Zeus said. “In with both feet,” Ian said. “Girls?” Jack and Zeus both looked at Abigail. She shrugged. “I’m coming.” “Me too,” McKenna said. “You’re going to need me.” “You can count on that,” Ostin said. McKenna turned to Grace. “How about you?”
Ostin shouted, raising his hands. “It’s Michael!” “Sorry!” Taylor said, clasping her hand over her mouth. “I’m so sorry I didn’t know it was you!” She ran to me. “And there are four of you.” “Taylor?” my mother said, taking off her helmet. “Mrs. Vey!” Taylor said. “They found you.” “What are you doing here?” “It’s a long story,” Taylor said. “Your parents are going to kill me,” my mother said. “Hi, Mrs. Vey,” Ostin said. “You too, Ostin?” “And a good thing too,” I said. “He’s saved us
ankle, sprinted out of the way as one of the helicopters fell just twenty yards from where I had been kneeling and burst into flames. I looked back only once to see the clearing completely engulfed in fire, then ran headlong into the jungle as fast as I could. “Wherever you are, Tanner,” I said, “thank you.” My friends are close. Close enough at least to drop the helicopters. Not that that knowledge did me much good. I was utterly lost. In fleeing the helicopters I had run even deeper into the
laughing. He looked at me for a long time, his dark gray eyes locked onto mine. Then he said in perfectly clear English, “Michael Vey. That is not your path. You are not going home.” DON'T MISS THE NEXT BOOK IN THE MICHAEL VEY SERIES: 100 kilometers west of Naples in the Tyrrhenian Sea. Aboard the Elgen Superyacht Ampere. “Is it as bad as first reported?” Chairman Schema asked. His voice was even lower and more coarse than usual due to the bronchitis he was fighting. Living at sea was taking