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Michael, Taylor, Ostin, and the rest of the Electroclan go on their most dangerous mission yet as the thrilling action continues in this electrifying fifth installment of the New York Times best-selling series!
The resistance movement has been compromised.
The Voice is in hiding.
Their families are missing.
Can the Electroclan pull together to defeat the Elgen once and for all?
©2015 Richard Paul Evans. All rights reserved. (P)2015 Simon & Schuster, Inc. All rights reserved.
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By Trudy Owens on 06-20-17

very exciting and captivating but violent

These could almost be enjoyed by even very young children except for the strong cruelty and violence. The a-social bullying done by the Glows is pretty bad, but feeding people to the rats is more shocking. I don't think I could have wanted my mid-teens to read this, much less the younger ones who are actually the intended audience.

Despite that, I enjoy these very much. The fight between good and evil is always a winning topic. Hatch's megalomania is either growing or just becoming more evident. In this volume we finally have people changing allegiances and rebelling, creating a much more complicated and realistic world. Hatch seems to forget that HE is a No-El, the people he plans for his Glows to conquer and dominate. Events are ramping up to a final showdown, but we still have a few volumes to go (at least one not even written yet).This volume also gets us closer to someone we've heard from but haven't known well in precious volumes. My guess as to this person's identity is more sure now, but we will still have to wait to see.

Hatch's speech to Quentin regarding his conquered population is as near to grand-standing as Mr. Evans has come so far. The sad thing is that I believe people on both political ends will think it refers to the other.

Regardless of the violence or political statements, this story captivates to the point that you can't wait to read the next one! Fred Berman is back doing the narrations, so all is well with the world.

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By Kyle R on 11-01-15

So glad the original narrator is back! I loved it

Would you consider the audio edition of Storm of Lightning to be better than the print version?

The narrator brings these kids to life. I am so glad they brought back the narrator from book one. The others were just OK.

What other book might you compare Storm of Lightning to and why?

I don't read many books geared for kids or science fiction but this entire series is fantastic. If you have kids 8 and older I highly recommend this series but start with book 1 and go in order.<br/>Nice to see a book about kids face with food and evil and they make the right choices over and over! <br/><br/>I hear a TV series is in the works...hope it lives up to the book.2

Have you listened to any of Fred Berman’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Michael Vey - book 1 "prisoner of cell 25"

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