The Solution (Animorphs, Book 22)

The Solution (Animorphs, Book 22)

K. A. Applegate

Language: English

Pages: 58

ISBN: 0590636715

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

David, the newest Animorph, is not what he appears. His need to control the other Animorphs and Ax is all he thinks about. And the things he does are starting to break up the group.

Rachel and the others know that time is running out. The newest battle against the Yeerks is the most important one yet. And it's not one that will wait. Winning this fight could mean slowing down the invasion. But no one knows what to do with David. Because the newest Animorph is more than just a little problem. He's deadly . . .

The Judas Strain (SIGMA Force, Book 4)

Crispin: The Cross of Lead (Crispin, Book 1)

Execution (Escape From Furnace, Book 5)

Conquering Zeus (SEALs On Fire, Book 7)

The Lord of the Clans

The Sacrifice (Animorphs, Book 52)




















heard her yelp in surprise and when next the lightning flashed, all I could see was a human hand raised above the water. I cried. No answer! She was drowning. Stupid to let her go first. She was a great morpher, but I was a better swimmer. I began to demorph as fast as I could. I yelled. I thought bull, but I kept quiet and continued growing, heavier and heavier, less and less buoyant. Soon I

speed was incredible! Something that big shouldn't be able to move so fast. It was coming for us, and we were helpless. It was faster, more powerful, far, far more deadly. We were more agile, but I knew one thing for sure: It was killer whales who ate dolphins, not the other way around. Cassie agreed tensely. Ax asked. Cassie said.

him in the family room. They all looked like they were getting ready to go. "Hi, Rachel," Jake said. "Did you come over to-" I grabbed him by his shirt and yanked him outside onto the porch. I've never done anything like that to Jake. I shocked myself. I know I shocked him. "David was in my house!" I hissed in his ear. "He was in my bathroom." Jake looked puzzled. Then his eyes widened. "In morph?" "Of course in morph. You think he'd come over and ask my mommy if I could come out to play?!"

that neither Marco nor Cassie had anything to match the lion's raw power. Maybe that was all there was to it. Maybe my cousin didn't see me as some crazed Femme Nikita killer. But I'd have to wait and hear his answer to my second question. Jake had said, "It was a combat situation, Rachel. What did you expect me to do? Stop and explain to everyone that David was lying?" But I knew one thing for sure: Jake was lying. He knew what David had accused me of was true. Not for the first time, I

looked at Jake and wondered what he had become. He was sitting there, looking like any other kid stuck in any other boring minivan. If you saw him walk down the street you might think, Oh, there's a nice-looking guy. But you wouldn't see half of what there was to Jake. But then, I guess that's true of everyone. You can never be sure whether the pretty blond lugging a pair of bulging Express bags through the mall is just another sweet, ditzy, harmless mall rat. Or me. Chapter 20 You think

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