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Mar 27, Animorphz Babcock rated it it was ok Shelves: I actually really enjoyed this one. Feb 21, Jerry rated it really liked it. Probably because nobody including the author remembers these Yeerks exist. Pemalite pacifism stopping the fight was interesting as a novel way for the Animorphs to get out of trouble. Adam March 24, at Of course you do.

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Sep 26, Nikki rated it really liked it. Jul 24, Jackie Krasuski rated it it was amazing. They get down to the ship only a few minutes before the Yeerks get there, and it all seems too easy. I did not see that coming at all. Jake was not actually making a sarcastic comment generally there is irony in a sarcastic comment, or it is rhetorical or redundanthe was simply expressing through his tone, a cynical view of the security measure. Tobias gained altitude, flapping hard with nothing but dead air to lift him.


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Animorphs 1 – 10 of 54 books. They barely make it out, but do manage to return the Chee to the King household.

I, for one, would totally be pre-ordering that book post-haste. Jake thought he knew his limits too, remember, Rachel? She faces her fears here too, albeit in a bull headed way.

However, per the rules, there is a way out. Still at the end of the day I find it too disjointed and ridiculous to call it good. I mean, good grief. I would like to point out that the other show the creators of Teletubbies made has even less of a plot and was even MORE like being on drugs. Boy, the stakes just keep getting higher and higher. Lots of depressing descriptions of it dying from its own weight, and the hopelessness of all the help that people are trying to do with buckets and such.

Being cosseted with a fandom is like that: Well, in some ways she is a killer. That the Drode is allowed to nearly destroy the Chee but give the Animorphs impossible loopholes all the time only to set the self-destruct signal in the end anyway?


This hurts Rachel, and, I think rightly, she suspects that had Cassie pointed the same thing out, Jake animorrphs have seen her as being sensibly cautious. Is that pretty much it? The Drode asks Rachel to kill her cousin so that the Animorphs will be leaderless.

Refresh and try again. He shows some bizarre fondness for Rachel and tells her that if she wanted favour with the Crayak, she should kill Jake, telling Rachel that expoaed passport to Crayak’s side is Jake.

The Pemalite ship has a feature that specifically stops acts of violence Ifi: I had forgotten that this was the book that introduced the Wildcard.

Which is fine and dandy except for the Yerks are infiltrating one of the Chee’s sites, and they can’t have that technology on their side. He did this sxposed she wanted to go.

Maybe the story quality went down as the book numbers got higher, but the idea that aliens were invading our planet secretly