The Exposed (Animorphs #27)

The Exposed (Animorphs #27)

Language: English

Pages: 176

ISBN: 0590762605

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

The Chee are the Animorphs allies against the Yeerks. But the androids' holograms don't work, so everyone can see what they really are. To save them, the Animorphs must reach the spaceship hidden deep in the ocean before the Yeerks discover the Chee, who will be forced to reveal the Animorphs.

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it, Jake wouldn't have told her she was overreacting. He would have agreed. He would have thought she was being sensibly cautious. Wasn't I allowed to be cautious? No, of course not, I thought bitterly. I'm supposed to be a reckless fighting machine and fighting machines don't feel caution or fear. And even if they do, they don't advertise it. "Well, excuse me, I guess I'll just shut up and follow orders," I said. "Look, I'm sorry, Rachel," Jake said tiredly. "You made a good point in a bad

Drode said in mock horror. "No, no, no. That big lump on the beach falls just over the line into sentience. And I never kill a sentient creature. Your whale will survive." Ax said. "Yes, yes, oh yes," the Drode sneered. "Mustn't upset the balance. Not directly, anyway. But! Create problems? Yes. Create opportunities? Yes. Play the wild card? Of course. And now, no more time for chat. The Yeerks are here for

Stumbling, we turned in the tight space and came face-to-face with a cop. He was sweating, shaking. I couldn't blame him. But his expression changed. I saw a new fear. And then, a familiar hatred. "Andalites," he said. Sneering, the cop raised his pistol and pulled the trigger. BLAM! BLAM! BLAM! BLAM! Cassie yelped. Marco jerked, swayed, and pitched forward, disappearing down into the dark, dank crawl space. Chapter 10 I blinked, too shocked to move. The sharp, acrid scent of gunpowder

and hauled him up and out of the crawl space. He hung upside down from my trunk, his arms swinging slowly, his body battered and matted with blood and dirt. And then he opened his eyes. he said weakly. I shouted, so startled that I almost dropped him. he mumbled. The ground around us trembled. Chunks of plaster rained down from the ceiling and hairline fractures webbed what was

head and gripping me with his knees. Again I reached into the crawl space and curled my trunk around Cassie's limp wolf body. It was still warm. Her heart was beating beneath her fur. I went weak with relief. I said. I held her up, my knees trembling, until Marco pulled her into his lap. I reached back down for Lourdes. I could hardly see. One of my eyes was blinded by blood. The other was strangely blurred. I swung the android up onto my back.

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