Michael Vey: Battle of the Ampere Book 3

Main characters

  • Michael Vey: A Glow. The main protagonist of the series. Has Tourette's syndrome, and electrical shocking powers (known as "surging" or "pulsing"). A 15-year-old Jack Bauer with superpowers. Leader of the Electroclan.
  • Taylor Ridley: A Glow. Former high school cheerleader and girlfriend of Vey. Scrambles brain signals known in the book as "rebooting". Member of the electroclan.
  • Ostin: A Non-Electric. Best friend of Michael Vey, no electric powers, super smart. (IQ 165)
  • Dr. C. J. Hatch: A Non-Electric. The main antagonist of the book. Director of the Elgen Corporation.
  • Ian: A Glow. Member of the Electroclan. He can see through walls by electrolocation.
  • Abigail: A Glow. Member of the Electroclan. Stimulate nerve endings to take away pain, but still feels some of it.
  • McKenna: A Glow. Member of the Electroclan. Creates heat and light.
  • Jack: A Non-Electric. Member of the Electroclan. Martial arts. Drives.
  • Wade: A Non-Electric. Member of the Electroclan. Martial arts. Drives.
  • Zeus: A Glow. Member of the Electroclan. Discharges lightning.
  • Tessa: A Glow. Member of the Electroclan. Enhance electric powers of other electric children.
  • Tanner: A Glow. Creates mechanical problems, usually brings down planes.
  • Grace: A Glow. Human flash drive
  • Tara: A Glow. Is loyal to Hatch. Can affect emotions. Is Taylor's evil twin.
  • Quentin: A Glow. Is loyal to Hatch. Can create an electromagnetic pulse.
  • Torstyn: A Glow. Is loyal to Hatch. Produces microwaves. Sadistic and nasty.
  • Bryan: A Glow. Is loyal to Hatch. Can cut through items with a concentrated beam.
  • Kylee: A Glow. Is loyal to Hatch. Magnetic powers which allows her to walk on metal walls.
  • Jaime: A Non-Electric. A jungle guide who works for the voice.
  • The Voice: A Non-Electric. A mysterious ally of the Electroclan.

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