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Marco's mom is back. But she's not the Visser One anymore and Marco will do whatever it takes to get his mom back. But in the process, he may give away the secret of the Animorphs
Things were already really weird. Fighting aliens. Battling to save Earth. And still trying to be normal. Marco, the other Animorphs, and Ax are almost used to it. Almost. But things are changing. The Yeerk invasion of Earth started out passively. Secretly. But now, everything seems to be stepped up. Even Marco's father is talking about some top secret project at his job. Something about developing Zero-space... Marco doesn't even know whether his father is a Controller. But he does know he's not going to let the Yeerks win this one. They've already got his mother. And Marco will do anything it takes to save his father. Anything .
The war between the Yeerks and the Animorphs is still raging. There are no more secrets--but there are plenty of lies. The kids are fighting harder than they ever thought they could. And they're about to make the biggest decision they've ever had to face. A decision that may eventually break them all. Ax and the Animorphs have known that the ultimate destruction of the Yeerk pool will give them a huge chance to take back Earth. And they've figured out a way to do it. But there's no way to destroy the pool without destroying everyone else that may be there. And there's no more time to think about it. There's only yes or no...
There is a place that shouldn't exist. But does. And there are creatures that shouldn't exist. But do. Welcome to Everworld. David's life was pretty normal. School. Friends. Girlfriend. Actually, Senna was probably the oddest aspect of his life. She was beautiful. Smart. But there was something very different about her. Something strange. And on the day it began, everything happened so quickly. One moment, Senna was with him. The next, she was swallowed up by the earth. Now they have to find Senna and get home without losing their lives. Or their minds. Or both...
It seems the Yeerks have figured out one important thing: Andalites cannot survive without a feeding ground, and now the kids have to stop a bogus logging camp.
Rachel, one of the Earth teenagers dedicated to stopping the parasitic alien race known as the Yeerks, is horrified when she finds herself split into two nearly identical girls.
The Animorphs'alien friend Ax is in trouble. He's come down with a virus called "yamphut" but they can't take an "alien" to the hospital.
The Animorphs must save the world leaders and eliminate the threat of David, the Animorph who could destroy everything.
Using their infamous cockroach morphs, Rachel, Marco, and Tobias gain entry into an alien enemy's underground city and find themselves in danger of becoming alien snacks.
We come to understand what Yago and Tate were doing when the remnants were trapped on earth. The feelings of the characters are very well portrayed.
Cassie finds a toy boat and gives it to charity. The problem is, it really belonged to the Helmacrons, who are less than an inch tall, and they want their ship back.
On the Run: Chasing the Falconers by Gordon Korman; Goosebumps: Welcome to Dead House by R. L. Stine; and, Animorphs: The Encounter by K. A. Applegate.
Tobias, the other Animorphs, and Ax have seen things so bizarre that no sane person would believe their story. No one would believe that aliens have taken over Earth, and are in the process of infesting as many humans as possible. No one could believe the battles and missions and losses these six kids have had to deal with. And it's not over yet. Tobias has been captured by the same human-Controller that nearly tortured him to death once before. She claims that she's now a part of the Yeerk peace movement. That she just needs a favor. Tobias isn't sure what to believe, but he knows that if the Animorphs and Ax don't find him soon, what he believes won't matter anymore.
The end of the world has come . . . and gone. The world we know as Earth is dead. Jobs, 2Face, Mo'Steel, and the other survivors had hoped to find a place capable of sustaining human life. A place where they might start over. A place they could call home. But the land they found is not actually a planet at all. It's a ship. A ship capable of replicating both human life and existence-but not to a believable extent. The survivors of the Mayflower Project have begun to believe that who or whatever created the place is playing games with them. Deadly games. And the difference between winning and losing could mean the difference between life . . . and death.
"The Threat" is a new Animorph named David. At first he's a valuable warrior. But as crucial battle plans unfold, the Animorphs realize they've made a terrible mistake.
Jake is depressed and cannot cope with the responsibility as a leader. Moreover, animorphs and their parents are living in isolation in Hork Bajir Colony.
Rachel, the other Animorphs, and Ax have discovered a new super weapon against the Yeerks.
When David and his four friends are stranded in the sea, they fall into the world of Neptune and have adventures as they come across semi gods in Neptune's fantasy world.
After a mission takes a bad turn, Cassie ends up in the Australian Outback alone, with no one to help her, and no knowledge of terrain. Her only company is Visser Three.
Someone has discovered an item that proves life on other planets exists. And they've been hiding it on a base called Zone 91--the most secret place on Earth.
Jake, Rachel, Cassie, Tobias, and Marco share a second adventure in which their unusual abilities to transform into animals help them to solve a strange otherworldly mystery.
On trial for treason, Edriss 562 explains how she infested a series of human hosts in order to spearhead the invasion of Earth by her people, the ruthless, parasitic Yeerks.
Jake has made an amazing discovery: a web site about the Yeerks. Should the Animorphs investigate?
Book 38 in the Animorphs series. Rachel acts as interim leader, and Cassie gets captured by the Yeerks. Can the Animorphs rescue her before it is too late?