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Animorphs The Answer. These books are so far beyond the quality of so many adult books that I just want to laugh in their faces. The Diversion (Animorphs) Paperback. The Ultimate (Animorphs These books are so far beyond the quality of so many adult books that I just want to laugh in their faces. Notable moments and inconsistencies: This book is ghostwritten by Elise Smith. Ax points out how "humans are an odd species" because they can change their minds on a moral issue very quickly.

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The Yeerks suspect that the socalled Andalite Bandits are human after all.

The Yeerks are about to learn the secret of the Animorphs' identities.

The Diversion, published in 2001 and written by K. A. Applegate, is the 49th book in the Animorphs series. It is known to have been ghostwritten by Lisa Harkrader. It is the final book (fully) narrated by Tobias. The Yeerks begin to realize the "Andalite bandits" are humans. The Animorphs discover the Yeerks have been testing the DNA patterns in the blood they have left in their countless battles

Поиск книг BookFi BookSee - Download books for free. Applegate, Katherine A - Animorphs - 00 - The Hork-Bajir Chronicles. Applegate, Katherine A - Animorphs - 02 - The Visitor (2).

Поиск книг BookFi BookSee - Download books for free. Applegate Katherine A. 218 Kb. Applegate, Katherine A - Animorphs - 01 - The Invasion. 181 Kb. 141 Kb. Applegate, Katherine A - Animorphs - 02 - The Visitor (3). 149 Kb. Applegate, Katherine A - Animorphs - 02 - The Visitor. 186 Kb. Applegate, Katherine A - Animorphs - 05 - The Predator (2). 153 Kb. #57.

Скачать бесплатно книги Applegate Katherine в формате fb2, txt, epub, pdf, mobi, rtf или читать онлайн без . The book begins with the Animorphs and the rest of the inhabitants of the Hork-Bajir valley drilling and preparing for a surprise Yeerk attack

Скачать бесплатно книги Applegate Katherine в формате fb2, txt, epub, pdf, mobi, rtf или читать онлайн без регистрации. The book begins with the Animorphs and the rest of the inhabitants of the Hork-Bajir valley drilling and preparing for a surprise Yeerk attack.

That maybe they've been dealing with humans all along. And no one - especially the newly appointed Visser One - is happy about this revelation. When Tobias and the other Animorphs realize that the Yeerks are about to find them, it's by accident. But that doesn't make the discovery any less serious.

Published by Scholastic Inc. APPLE PAPERBACKS and logos are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Scholastic Inc. ANIMORPHS is a registered trademark of Scholastic Inc. 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 189/90123/0Printed in the . 40First Scholastic printing, August 1998. ii For Grassy Creek Elementary School And for Michael and Jake.

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The only thing that I was a little thrown off about this book was that it was British! There were "mum's" and different words for garbage dumpsters, and the language had changed slightly from the two American versions separately. Had I known about this fact, I would have gone with the two separate editions, simply because that's how the rest of the books came. This was the only one that was able to come in a two-pack. The book was good nevertheless.
yes very good
As much as I wished these things would never end, I wanted to see how it ends up. Things are changing that never changed before--the Yeerks know who the Animorphs are, and are ready to use their humanity against them by going after their families. Finally drastic measures must be taken. This one doesn't miss a beat--the fear and disbelief inherent in the families discovering their children aren't what they've been pretending to be for ages, and the idea that they have to put their trust in their offsprings' hands. . . . Wow.

Notable moments and inconsistencies:

This book is ghostwritten by Lisa Harkrader.

Rachel brings Tobias some food and says "I know you have to eat it as a hawk." This suggests that at this late stage in the game the author IS saying morphed people have to eat in their natural bodies and that eating while in a morphed body will not last. This seems to contradict what they did in a previous book when they ate while morphed in order to sustain themselves.

There's a line that seems a bit inaccurate: "When we'd rescued Marco's mom, we'd also had to rescue his dad." That suggests the rescue of his dad was because they rescued his mom, but his dad was actually taken to safety first, and it was pretty much unrelated to his mom's liberation; they don't even receive word that Visser One was to be taken to Earth for execution until after his dad has already been taken to the free Hork-Bajir valley.

The Animorphs stage a ruckus in order to get a chance to disable the Gleet Bio-Filter, which is the only thing stopping them from getting inside the building they want to investigate. When Rachel succeeds in doing this, a helpful computerized voice announces that the bio-filter is deactivated and has gone into "immediate shutdown." This makes it sound very contrived and awfully convenient. Why would an error message announce exactly the information they need to know? Seems more like a smart way to program it would be that if it goes offline, it sends a message to someone who can fix it or someone who's in charge of security. After very obvious commotion goes down outside (and the bio-filter is offline), it also seems ridiculous that a guard inside doesn't suspect anything and everyone just goes about their business as if nothing unusual just happened at the door.

Another contrived event happens immediately after the Animorphs gain entry to the facility: Marco has a new morphing outfit, and the shirt of it happens to be the color of the armbands that elite Hork-Bajir guards wear. They decide to make use of this coincidence and pretend to be those guards, even though they hadn't planned it. Using the shirt as a solution would have been a much less coincidental happening if they'd just planned it ahead of time, because it was a good idea.

It's obvious from previous incidents that the Yeerks can tell Hork-Bajir apart pretty easily, as Visser One (previously Visser Three) knew certain Hork-Bajir at a glance. Considering that, it seems fishy that the Animorphs assume they can just slap on blue armbands and no one will question them. It's like assuming you could morph any human and put on their clothes and everyone would accept you as that human.

Marco jokes that the Yeerks are "from another galaxy." Considering the Andalite home world is only 82 light years away from Earth and it was never suggested that the Yeerk home world was incredibly far away from the Andalites, it's unlikely that they're from outside the galaxy. The Milky Way is 100,000 light years across and 1,000 light years thick, and the closest other galaxies to the Milky Way are at least 25,000 light years away.

This book has a Pokémon reference. Rachel's little sisters think Ax is a Pokémon.

When Tobias morphs into Champ, Loren's guide dog, he refers to knowing he's Champ and knowing he has "responsibilities." This suggests he has the memories and training of the guide dog, which isn't consistent with the morphing rules. Being responsible the way guide dogs are trained is not innate.

The whole scene in the convenience store is very awkwardly written and hard to believe in. There is no way a couple of hoodlums harassing a blind woman and temporarily kidnapping her dog would be responded to by the blind woman with silence. Loren doesn't speak the whole time the unfamiliar teenagers are messing with her, taking stuff out of her basket, or leading her dog away from her into another room. Her only acknowledgment that it even happened comes after the dog is returned to her. If she cares about being able to get home or about her dog's life and well-being, she'd never let disrespectful teenage boys take the dog away from her. Seems like any blind person would scream for the clerk to call the cops or something.

It seems unlikely, also, that Tobias would suspect his mother of being a Controller at all considering she's blind and the Yeerks love the sense of sight. They wouldn't want a damaged host.

Another "way-too-convenient" happening: Tobias manages to find, open, and read the very piece of paper that tells him his mother has amnesia, in a claim form from an insurance company. The narration acknowledges that a reunion involving amnesia is like something on a soap opera . . . but his finding the paper (and not being worried about rooting around in such a way that he wakes his mother) is a bit ridiculous. He also stays there the entire night and his friends don't come to check on him or make sure he hasn't been captured along with his mother, which is especially ridiculous considering Yeerks are watching her house.

Several of Applegate's books make blindness out to be horrific--mostly from the point of view of Yeerks who are blind in their natural state and then become sighted creatures by taking over host bodies. They hate the idea of going back to blindness after being sighted, and they harp on it a lot. But in this book a human does it too--Loren even claims she doesn't want to go back to being a blind human while she's DYING AS A DISMEMBERED HAWK. Perhaps Applegate and the ghostwriters of Animorphs ought to take some sensitivity courses before acting as though blindness is a fate worse than death.

Rachel's father is left as a dangling unknown. They didn't go after him and bring him to safety; Rachel simply said he would find his way there and they didn't follow up on it.
Yep,that right.The Yeerks are finally begining to think that maybe the 'Andalite Bandits' aren't Andalites at all,maybe they're human.So they have figure out how to tesst them, DNA.Because every time when the Animorphs are in battle, they lose some blood.So if the Yeerks test it they will find DNA strands of every animal the have acquired,and their actual human DNA.They will know who they are, infact the Yeerk computer has already found a match.The Animorphs try to break in and destroy the computer,but they're stopped.But before they leave they see the one match on the computer,its somebody by the name of Loren, Tobias' mother......Tobias is shocked,everyone has always told him his mother is dead,He has to see her and he wants to save her,Jake doesn't really like that idea,He thinks she could be a Yeerk.So Tobias,Marco and Ax will watch her house for 3 days,and if she doesn't go to the Yeerk pool during that time they will know if she safe,but by then so will the Yeerks....But the computer is still going,and soon the other Animorphs' family members will turn up as matches too........
This is definatley one of the best,and one of my favorites!!!!!I loved the story, its a classic Animorph book...This one,like most Animorphs,really get you into the story,you feel like your really morphing,really in the battle,and really feeling the emoitions and thinking the thoughts....I strongly recomend this book,it Incredible!!!!!!!!
The Diversion (Animorphs (Quality)) download epub
Science Fiction & Fantasy
Author: Katherine A. Applegate
ISBN: 061332272X
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language: English
Publisher: Sagebrush Education Resources (December 2000)