The Weakness (Animorphs, Book 37)

The Weakness (Animorphs, Book 37)

K. A. Applegate

Language: English

Pages: 49

ISBN: 2:00280577

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


When Jake has to leave town for a family thing, the other Animorphs and Ax figure life will pretty much be normal until he gets back. But when Tobias discovers Visser Three's newest feeding place, the kids decide they have to check it out.     

But there's no assigned leader. Now Rachel, Tobias, Cassie, Marco, and Ax have another problem: Who will be the best one for the job? Because being in charge isn't just guts and glory. It's about making decisions that will mean the difference between life . . . and death.

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job. The Gardens just got three cheetahs as part of their new breeding program. You know, they're almost extinct." "Why cheetahs?" I asked. "Speed. You want to grab the visser quickly, before his guards can react," Cassie explained. "You want to outrun him in an open space. And pretty much nothing outruns a cheetah." I grinned. This was cool. The bad missions, I hate. But I'm never happier than when starting out on an important mission - especially one that was going to be so easy. Chapter 2

smooshing or stretching. Bones scraping together or being hollowed out. Huge, bulky muscles slapped on a narrow skeleton not yet ready for them. Not exactly fun to think about but once the process gets going, it's bearable. Especially when you're not morphing something gross like a fly. This time, the first thing to change was . . . WHUMPPFFH! WHUMPPFFH! I was down on my two front paws. Each a foot across, round, distributing my weight like snow-shoes. Five toes and five thick claws. Good for

father die had been really . . . Somehow, she gave me permission to speak with her son. He was about Sarah's age. He was okay with the death now. At least, he seemed okay. I think he was kind of weirded out by having to talk to this strange blond girl while his mother watched and listened intently. Making sure I wasn't a whacko there to hurt her kid, I guess. "I'm sorry," I finally said. The kid shrugged. "Okay." And then he looked up at me. "Why?" I tried to smile. I stood up. "I just am,

and started to walk toward home, the setting sun at our backs. "Yeah?" "Don't ever, ever go away again."

thwacked a rolling coffee cart with my big bear paw. Sent it careening into a wall. Bagels and pastries flew. A chocolate frosted donut rolled toward the visitors.

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