The Experiment (Animorphs, Book 28)

The Experiment (Animorphs, Book 28)

K. A. Applegate

Language: English

Pages: 53

ISBN: 0439051215

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

The Yeerks have decided to try a little experiment. They've decided that if they can develop a way to make people more "willing" to be infested, they can speed up Earth's invasion. So, the Yeerks try to invent a substance that will take away the human ability to make a decision. A substance that will eliminate free will.

Now the Animorphs and Ax are not only faced with trying to slow down the Yeerks' invasion, but they also have to try and put an end to the genetic testing on a small group of humans.

This time there's only one chance to stop the Yeerks. And if anything goes wrong, it's all over...

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Ax-man? I think you messed up. You're a cow.> I demorphed. I acquired a steer. This time I checked. I morphed again. And now I learned Tobias had been correct. The steer's mind was not docile. Not passive. In fact . . . I was angry. And with very good reason: There was a bull nearby. There was also a human, but she did not matter. I glared at the bull. He glared at me. I snorted and pawed

me. He was carrying a tube with two small prongs on the end. He jammed the tube a - Zzzzapppp! The pain was incredible. I moved forward without intending to. Closer! I had stopped demorphing. I screamed at myself. BANG! The last steer ahead of me died. I resisted again. No! No! No! I dug in my hooves. But now I was demorphing, and from the big bull hooves my own more delicate hooves were emerging. I could barely support my own weight. The man with the shackles would

rushed at me with a long, powered saw. The saw screamed. FWAPP! Now the human-Controller screamed. I said. Chapter 24 Rachel said. Tobias said. Tobias demanded. Rachel said. Tobias was hawk

slaughtered and then packaged for sale in the supermarket," Erek explained. "Are you telling me I should worry about where my next Big Mac is coming from?" Marco said. "We're not sure. We don't really know what they're doing with either facility. But we do know that they were purchased at about the same time, so we're certain there must be a connection." "When did they acquire these facilities?" I asked him. "Fa-sill-it-tees." It was a good word for mouth-sounds. So many syllables. "About a

looked around at the inside of the truck. On either side of the truck, eight-foot-wide, four-foot-tall cages held shaggy, brownish-black creatures with hairless, surprisingly human, faces. Two were hunched forward, clutching the bars and screeching. The others had flattened themselves against the far walls, grimacing and pounding the floor. "No bananas." Marco spread his hands wide in apology. One of the chimpanzees spit at him. "We need to acquire them right away. Grab his foot, if you can,"

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