In the Time of Dinosaurs (Animorphs: Megamorphs, Book 2)

In the Time of Dinosaurs (Animorphs: Megamorphs, Book 2)

K. A. Applegate

Language: English

Pages: 91

ISBN: 0590023578

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

We could blame everything that happened on Marco. He was the one who heard about the downed submarine. He was the one who thought we should check it out. And everyone knows that if Marco's up to a challenge, I'm definitely there.

Everything was going fine. Until the explosion. An explosion that blows us millions of years back in time. Back to the age of dinosaurs. Now Tobias, Cassie, Marco, Ax, Jake and I are fighting for our lives with every step we take. But that's not our biggest problem. Our biggest problem is we have no idea how to get back to our own time . . .











Tobias's splint. I cried. It was Tobias. It had to be. But he had ripped a hole in me . . . I realized what had happened. Tobias had somehow acquired this Deinonychus's DNA and morphed him. But in doing so he'd lost control. The Deinonychus's instincts had pushed Tobias's mind aside and taken control. And now Tobias was in a showdown with the pack leader. A showdown to determine who would be boss. And who would be in charge of destroying me. Tobias and the leader circled each other

ran. I roared in triumph and turned to Rachel. She was avidly licking the ants off her with her long tongue. I said. Rachel said.

close as we can go. Approximately point zero zero zero zero two six eight light seconds from the base.> "Which would be . . . ?" Prince Jake asked me. I translated. "Five miles? In the dark? Here in Cretaceous Park?" Marco said. "That's kind of a hike, isn't it?" But the Mercora were firm. Any closer and the transport would be spotted and fired on. Success depended on surprise. We were to appear to be any bunch of wandering dinosaurs. Harmless to the Nesk.

Tobias said. Cassie asked. I had seen the mound. But I hadn't paid it any attention. Now I looked closer. Rachel

wrong now. Forever. "Jake, Ax is right," Marco said. "Get up. Look at this!" I stood up. Marco, Ax, and Cassie were all staring, openmouthed, across the beach toward the boardwalk. There was no boardwalk. No hot dog stands, no Ferris wheel, no video arcades. No buildings at all. No people. Nothing but a line of trees pressing right up against the sand. And off above the trees, the cone of the volcano with a tall plume of smoke. "This isn't home," Marco said. "What is going on here?" I

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