Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: June 1st 1996
Publisher: Scholastic Books
Pages no: 175
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Middle Grade
Series: Animorphs 0 (#2)
Rachel, Jake's fierce cousin, takes center stage in the second volume of 'Animorphs'. Applegate notes Rachel's traditionally good looks and athleticism, but stresses that it is what's inside that counts. Rachel is strong and impulsive, and often need to be reined in by her friend Cassie or Jake. She...
This book brings up the question of what changes and what doesn't when morphing. Injuries are healed but hair length stays the same. The morphing rules are (mostly) logical, but I'm not sure how KA Applegate decided on them.* I love the Tolkien reference. All the physical descriptions are kind of ...
I remember reading this in my years of elementary school and I LOVED them. The plot was interesting, the characters were memorable, and the story was unpredictable that I had no idea how it was going to end or where this series was going. These kinds of books I LOVE!!!!!! The plot is pretty basic ...
Rachel is pretty much everything I wanted to be as a teenager. Confident, smart and not willing to take any bullshit. And this is just the beginning! She only gets better (and certainly more ruthless) from here. She is the ultimate warrior of the group.
Brought to you by The Moonlight Library!In Book #2: The Visitor, the Animorphs decide to infiltrate the suburban home of one of Visser Three’s top-ranked Controllers, Assistant Principal Chapman, using the family cat as a morph. It’s a genius move: after all, who would suspect a kid can turn into a ...