The Return (Animorphs, Book 48)
K. A. Applegate
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David, the "sixth Animorph," is back. When the Animorphs and Ax decided to give another human being the power to morph, it was one their biggest mistakes. David tried to destroy all of them - and almost succeeded. Rachel and the others thought they'd seen the last of him when they trapped David as a nothlit. Leaving him on a deserted island to live out his days as a rat . . .
They were wrong.
Rachel knows what a threat David is. He's cunning and dangerous. Worst of all, he knows their secrets. Now he's captured Rachel as part of his plan to take over everything. David wants power. Money. But more than anything, he wants revenge. . . .
But it was hard. So many competing emotions! Pity. Guilt. Fear. Rage. I am not some kind of nut! Impossible to focus!
there was no escape. Not from the cube. Not from his voice. In spite of myself, I was curious.
their results. He needed my results. So why had I been carrying around all that guilt, all by myself? Why had I been shouldering so much of the pain? I looked at Cassie's face. It was a sweet face. It was wise, too. But still . . . I don't know . . . oddly innocent somehow. I'd been protecting her. Them. Jake. Cassie. Tobias. Even Marco and Ax. Helping to protect their innocence. Letting them see themselves as the good guys. It was a symbiotic relationship. Or co-dependent, whatever. They
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