By Richard Paul Evans
The hair-raising motion keeps for Michael Vey during this charged 3rd installment of the number one New York Times bestselling series.
Michael, Taylor, Ostin and the remainder of the Electroclan have destroyed the biggest of the Elgen Starxource vegetation, yet now they're scattered around the Amazon jungle. The Elgen have joined forces with the Peruvian military to seize the Electroclan, and purely Michael has controlled to stay loose. along with his associates because of stand trial for terrorism—a cost which could hold the demise penalty—Michael will want all his wits and his skills if he's to avoid wasting them.
Meanwhile, at the different facet of the area, Dr. Hatch and his dependable electrical teenagers have seized keep watch over of the E.S. Ampere—the large yacht the Elgen use as their headquarters. With the Elgen fleet now lower than his regulate, Hatch heads again to Peru to choose up his military after which start his quest for worldwide domination.
Michael should unfastened his neighbors then have the opportunity to prevent Hatch, however the association at the back of the mysterious voice that has guided him thus far has been compromised. Hatch is aware Michael and the Electroclan are coming. And he's prepared for them.
Can the Electroclan win the conflict of the Ampere? Or has Michael's success ultimately run out?
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