The Discovery (Animorphs #20)

The Discovery (Animorphs #20)

Language: English

Pages: 153

ISBN: 0590496379

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


A kid named David has found the blue box Elfangor used to create the Animorphs. Now he knows the secret, and will do anything to become the most powerful Animorph of all.

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backpack or both. The Visser took Ax's tail blade on one pile-driver arm. "Aarrraaawwwggghh!" the Visser screamed as Ax's blade sliced neatly through one arm. Jake coiled his powerful legs and leaped straight at the Visser, ignoring the Hork-Bajir. I struck the closest Hork-Bajir leg I could find and emptied my poison sacs into him. Jake yelled. Rachel bellowed, lowered her head, landed on all fours and ran straight at David. Like a train. Like a Mack truck

Rachel asked. Tobias explained. Rachel marveled. I focused my osprey eyes on the helicopter. No time to worry about David. The helicopter was coming from the direction of the airport, straight toward the compound. A second, identical helicopter was a

inches from me now as he squirmed to get out of Ax's way. "Did Cassie set you up with a bug morph?" He looked confused. "She made me touch . . . I mean, acquire . . . a cockroach. Is that what you mean?" "Jake!" I said. "He has a cockroach morph. What do you think?" Jake nodded. He wasn't happy, obviously. But it was the only way. We'd have to morph something small enough to get out from under the helicopter. Then worry about breaking up whatever was going on. "Okay, dude," I said to David.

past, like jets in the powerful wind. I grabbed at the deck with my two front legs and held on. For about one millionth of a second. And then I was falling. Falling, twirling, twisting, down, down, down toward the ground below. To be continued . . .

Andalite.> I sighed. Ax asked. But he wasn't wasting time. He was already melting, shifting, morphing. Chapter 10 Ticktock. Ticktock. Time was running out fast. The wind was with us on our trip back to David's house. Just one problem: Have you ever tried to find one house in the middle of a

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