I found Michael Vey: the Prisoner of Cell 25 entertaining, but not a compelling book which I'll recommend to my friends. I would recommend the book for a teenager though. Interesting story while exemplifying great morals.
This book served its purpose, which was to inform me a bit more about the current presidential candidate. The author reads the book himself and does a great job! He puts his own attitude and feeling into the audio book. I can't say that I would read it a second time, once was enough.
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I really enjoyed his laughter and attitude included with the audio reading. I feel that it added to the book as a whole.
No, it was not particularly compelling.
Worthwhile for learning more about Herman Cain.
I enjoyed the objective views about
I liked Evans, the lawyer. He seemed to be the one learning throughout the story.
Warning: this book has excessive bad language. (Not as bad as military novels but definitely much more than necessary!!)
This is a very different story written in a different way. Overall, the story isn't so bad. The ending is sweet. I would have given it a higher rating without so much swearing, and crude language / topics (ie. masturbation). I wish I had a way to know about those faults before hand so that I never would have bought this book.
Warning: there is A LOT of swearing in the first half of this book.
..the author would have used less foul language. You don't need to use 500 "F words" to make a great book. Please tone down the language!! I don't feel that I can recommend it to friends because of this flaw. I enjoyed the story a lot but I would have enjoyed it even more without the swearing.
If you really like to hear the F-word over and over again then this book is perfect for you. I'm no prude but this book really went over board!
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