Michael Vey 7 - Richard Paul Evans

Michael Vey 7

By Richard Paul Evans

  • Release Date: 2017-09-12
  • Genre: Action & Adventure
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 222 Ratings)


Michael Vey is missing and it’s up to the Electroclan to find him in this electrifying seventh installment of the New York Times bestselling series!

The final book in the Michael Vey series opens with the Electroclan facing a devastating loss: Michael is missing. He made the ultimate sacrifice to save his friends and now he’s gone. What is next for them and the revolution?

The battle on the island of Hades ended with a devastating explosion that left the island a smoking ruin and much of Hatch’s army dead. However, Hatch survived and while his plans have certainly suffered a setback, he’s more determined than ever to bring the world’s governments under his control. But first, he wants to wipe out the Resistance and capture the remaining members of the Electroclan.

As Hatch’s forces storm into action, it seems nothing can stand in their way. The Electroclan is divided. The voice is captured, and Michael’s mother is being used as bait to lure the leader of the Resistance out of hiding. Can anything—or anyone—stop the Elgen? Or is this the end?


  • I Love The Series

    By Supakilla ;)
    I have had a lot of joy over the years reading these books, and am sad to see it end. First off this will have some spoilers for those reading this. Throughout the book it didn’t really touch base on the original characters, or give you much to look for two. You would think with the amount of build up there would a more action, but all do the scenes that contains action were cut. They never touched on Michael’s point of view witch, I found disappointing. That was something I was really hoping for, something to let you see through his eyes what he was going through and experienced. I do think the book was rushed towards the end started off at a good pace. Then it seemed he was like “oh man, I can’t write more then 336 Pages”. With this there was no climax to his build witch made it feel like a waste of time. Truly book six is the greatest of all the books. If there was more action, better point of views. This book would of been a great one. The epilogue was a perfect way to close it though. Thank you, Matt Benton
  • Review

    By ninja 909
    Great book but I think it should have a sequel so Michael Vey lives on
  • Wish this series would never end

    By peanutbutters
    The Michael they series has been one of the most heartfelt stories I have ever read thank you for everyone who put it together that was awesome. Great job Richard and thank you very much
  • Best way to end

    By Percy Jackson/Emery Udall
    Some people say that it was rushed. Let me ask you something. Could you do better? That’s what I thought. This ending was very cleverly thought out, and was definitely the most nerve-wracking way to end the book series, but also the best. Definitely a must-read-again, and is clearly a #1 New York Times Bestseller.
  • Great Ending!

    By MstrGmz
    Greatly Entertaining!
  • Why?!

    By harris015
    Not impressed. Worst book in the series. Should have stuck to writing about electroclan rather than wasting half the book on new characters. Very disappointed. Great series, but AWFUL way to finish it off
  • Honest review

    By Link0669
    I haven't seen any reviews that actually help people, so here is my real review of this book. Let me warn you, this will contain spoilers, if you don't want the entire book ruined for you, do not, and I repeat, DO NOT read this review. Now that that's out of the way, let's get into the review. After reading this book, I felt... disappointed. It never really delivers the big satisfying ending that everyone wanted. The problems with it I have are that it feels very rushed, like they wanted to get this book out as soon as possible and cash in on the hype for the next book. The ending is probably the most disappointing ending to a book I have ever read, and the rest of the book is underwhelming too. The entire story of this book is just... boring. They just go around places and do stuff, and there are absolutely no action scenes in the entirety of the book. Let me go through the entire story and say how they could have made this book a really interesting conclusion to the series. 1. They could have had the Electroclan and the natives stay together and gather troops, that way you wouldn't have to be jumping between two story lines. 2. They could have made Hatch not sent all of his troops to Hades, because honestly, who would send their entire army to one place and leave the rest of your facilities vulnerable? Then the natives (that are now joined up with the Electroclan because of the last fix) would now have a force against them and have some action where they actually use their powers. 3. They didn't need to put that whole Fiji segment in. It doesn't do anything for the story except take up space in the book. 4. They could have had Hatch and his researchers actually figure out the machine and be able to electrify humans, but it would be at the very end of course, so then in a last ditch effort, Hatch would electrify himself and he and his "Glows" would have an amazing final battle against the Electroclan. So in conclusion, this was a mediocre ending to an overall great series. That's why I give this book, a 3/5.
  • Amazing

    By MrYass23
    To great to put into words. But I can say this the perfect ending the the perfect series. Also, Richard Paul Evans could we have like an extension book. Of them in the future, that would be great.
  • What a great ending!

    By Bubbamac119
    Mr. Evens, if you ever read this I want to say thank you so much for this series. With 2,000 plus pages in total, it was more then well worth my time. You made this series so easy to fall in love with. The way you were able to pull me into the series was impressive. Within the first few chapters of Prisoner of Cell 25, I couldn't put the book down, and the same goes for all six of the others. From prologue to epilogue, every part of this series has been a wonderful journey. You didn't just write words on paper, you wrote a book, a series, and this story will be one that will live forever in my heart. I laughed, I cried, I was moved by these books. The most important aspect of these books was the meaning of the story, and for anyone who wishes to know the meaning, well, I guess you should start with the lone high school kid from Meridian, Idaho named Michael Vey. Once again thank you, Richard Paul Evens!

    By Percy Vey
    It was absolutely amazing and I'm so sad to see the series go I hope they do make some about kids that'd be sweet