Back To Before - Megamorphs #4 (Animorphs)
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Jake's finally weakened. After a grisly battle, the Drode offers the Animorphs' leader an escape from the terrifying pressure. He'll reverse the decision to start the Animorphs. Now, there's no morphing, no missions, and no knowledge of the Yeerks. That is, until very strange things begin to happen and Jake, Rachel, Tobias, Cassie, Marco and Ax are forced to confront their new reality.
wound. Muscles attached themselves to jaw bones. And from those jaw bones grew teeth. How many? Too many to easily count. The mouth, my mouth opened, shut. Opened, shut again with sudden, savage force. And then, one last thing. One last change, one last gift from the Blue Blade. Instinct. The mind that went with the mouth. The hatch opened. I swam out into the unbounded ocean. My ocean. Chapter 12 - Aximili I kicked my tail and surged into the water. How to describe the feeling of the
it. You have no idea. You think you're just some kid, some kid going to school. You have no idea of the untapped potential deep inside yourself. You have no idea what you can become. What you can accomplish." I nodded like I had some clue. I didn't. But it excited me. Scared me, too, a little. But there was something about The Sharing they don't tell you right at first: You have a few weeks, a month even, but then you have to choose. You can stay and be a full member, or you have to leave.
obey the Council of Thirteen and avoid so angering Visser Three that his life would end in hideous torture. My life, my very mind, everything that was me, had been stolen. Stolen by a creature who was almost certainly doomed. Bill came back into the room, rushing. "Visser! On the TV! Right now!"
"But you called me." "Go back to Crayak. Leave me alone." The Drode smiled. He got up and moved closer. Closer till his face was only inches from my own. "There is a way out," the Drode whispered. "Say the word and it never was, Jake. Say the word, Jake, and you never walked through the construction site. Say the word and you know nothing. No weight on your shoulders. Say the word." "Go away," I said through gritted teeth. "How long till your cousin Rachel loses her grip? You know the
a train. "You know, girls love a guy with a sense of humor." "Yeah. If he's Leonardo DiCaprio. Adam Sandler, not so much." Despite myself, I laughed. She could throw it back at me. I liked that. "Still, we should go out. Do a movie. Eat some burgers. I could make you laugh." "Actually, I think the mere memory of that suggestion will supply me with plenty of laughter." She was fast. Sharper than I thought. I'd always assumed she was just this total babe. But she was cool. Funny. Wow.