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Michael Vey 3: Battle of the Ampere

The third book in the #1 NYT bestseller, Michael Vey series.

Author: Richard Paul Evans, #1 New York Times bestselling author 

First Edition: September 17, 2013

Category: Young Adult Fiction

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Michael, Taylor, Ostin, and the rest of the Electroclan have destroyed the largest of the Elgen Starxource plants, but now the kids are scattered across the Amazon jungle. The Elgen have joined forces with the Peruvian army, and only Michael has managed to remain free. With his friends due to stand trial for terrorism—a charge that may carry the death penalty—Michael will need all his wits and his abilities if he’s to save them.

Meanwhile Dr. Hatch and his loyal electric children have seized control of the E.S. Ampere—the superyacht the Elgen use as their headquarters. With the Elgen fleet under his control, Hatch heads back to Peru to pick up his army and begin his quest for global domination.

Michael will have to free his friends, then find a way to stop Hatch, but the organization that has guided him has been compromised.  Hatch knows Michael and the Electroclan are coming. And he’s ready.

Can the Electroclan win the battle of the Ampere? Or has Michael’s luck finally run out?

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“Evans has created a character that will entertain both adults and children. – John M. Wills, New York Journal of Books 

“A fantastic read.”– Chicago Examiner.com

“MICHAEL VEY is worth all the buzz…this novel is going to be huge.” – Times El Paso

“One of the best works of fiction I have read in some time…Richard Paul Evans hits it out of the park with this effort.” – Dick Rolfe, Dove Foundation

“An electrifying and exhilarating read full of mystery, humor and horror!” – Fresh Fiction 

“I loved this book.” –Book Twirps.com

“5 of 5 stars. A page-turner from the first page.”  – Mama-graphy

“Michael Vey is electrifyingly awesome.” – Teenreads.com

“[This] is one of those books that you’d better give yourself time to read because once you begin, you won’t stop!” – Newton Book News