The Revelation (Animorphs #45)
Things were already really weird. Fighting aliens. Battling to save Earth. And still trying to be normal. Marco, the other Animorphs, and Ax are almost used to it. Almost. But things are changing. The Yeerk invastion of Earth started out passively. Secretly. But now, everything seems to be stepped up. Even Marco's father is talking about some top secret project at his job....more
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This book is ghostwritten by Ellen Geroux.
Marco finally expresses some semblance of sulkiness over being the only romantically single human Animorph in this book, against the backdrop of h ...more
This book is where you can leap back in to the main story arc quite firmly without missing a lot from the previous b ...more
(view spoiler)[I'm shocked that Marco is now "dead". I kept expecting it to be resolved somehow, but I do love that his dad now knows everything and that they saved his mom. (hide spoiler)]["br"]>["br"]>
Marco's dad discovers zero-space; something that puts him on the Yeerk's dartboard and of course threatens the life of his family.
Ax is disgruntle that the humans had managed a huge leap in technology but he plays a part in re-assembling the device to send an SOS to the Andalites.
Visser One, the yeerk in Marco's mother is brought to tria ...more
Friendly reminder that Marco dies in this book. Officially. With his whole "family".
Okay officially, as in, on paper. :]
So both Marco's mom and dad knows about the Animorphs and their little hero, aww. Can he get an aww, because Marco totally deserves it. :] Visser One got killed, and Eva is back to being a regular hu ...more
Good book, sad. All the losses really start to hit home from here on out, as if they hadn't before.