The Secret (Animorphs #9)

The Secret (Animorphs #9)

Language: English

Pages: 176

ISBN: 0590997297

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

As the Yeerks close in on their hideout, the Animorphs realize that they have no choice but to fight, and Cassie plans to outsmart the enemy with the help of a cool but smelly new morph. Original."

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new bandage. "Cassie, you know nature plays rough." "But they're too young to survive on their own, aren't they?" "I can't be sure," he said, not looking at me. It occurred to me then that sometimes maybe he lied to me, too. For my own good. Or because of what he thought was my own good. "They're sitting in some den wondering where their mother is," I said. "They'll starve to death. Or be eaten by predators." "Hand me the scissors," my father said. "Yeah. Okay. Um, look. I meant to ask you,

were the size of bowling balls to me. With my wildly waving feelers I could sense a huge, long shaft, like a fallen log. It was over my head. I slowly realized that it was a single pine needle. I waited for the termite's instincts and mind to suddenly surge within my own. But the termite brain - such as it was - wasn't saying anything. It was totally silent. My senses brought me almost nothing. I was blind. I could feel vibrations from sound, but they were vague. The termite's sense of

I had destroyed the entire colony. I had done it to save myself and my friends. I wanted to throw up. But I would have had to get out of bed to run to the bathroom. And I felt like I never wanted to leave that bed again. I love animals. I've been raised all my life around them. I love nature. But what did I really know about it? I have been more animals than many people ever see in a lifetime. I have flown with the wings of an osprey. I've raced through the ocean in the body of a dolphin. I've

still a true human, he'll be massively upset. If he's calm, he's already one of them.> Tobias said. I asked. I asked. Tobias asked dryly. I said.

like I was going to howl at the moon. Through a break in the trees I saw a patch of sky. And way, way up in that sky, I saw three tiny black dots. Tobias and Jake, floating a quarter-mile up. Even in the weakening light they had seen us from clear up in the bellies of the clouds. Tobias remarked.

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