Series: Animorphs

Author: Katherine Applegate

The Message (1996)
3.8 of 5 Votes: 4
    Cassie's turn to narrate, and to find her reason to fight the Yeerks. But more than that, both her and Tobias are receiving a message in their dreams, a call for help. And it's up to Cassie to decide if that call is real, and if it is worth risking all the Animorphs' lives to find out who or ...
The Alien (1997)
3.83 of 5 Votes: 3
The Alien represents the end of the First Age of Animorphs. It is Ax’s first time as narrator, and so with this book, all of the six Animorphs have had a chance to tell their story. As with the introductions to each of the human Animorphs, this book lets us hear in Ax’s own words why he is fighti...
The Visitor (1996)
3.76 of 5 Votes: 1
The second Animorphs book is narrated by Rachel, who was one of my favourite characters when I was younger. I'm not sure how much I buy all her protestations that it's what's in your head that matters or whatever, for the characterisation of a pretty teenage girl who doesn't even realise her seco...
The Predator (1996)
3.77 of 5 Votes: 1
Marco never wanted to be an Animorph. He never wanted the ability to change into any animal he touches. He just wants to chill. Whatever happens, happens.
The Invasion (1996)
3.83 of 5 Votes: 5
Started reading Animorphs 'cause I wanted to see if it was stupid. Boy was I ever wrong. Kids are fighting against mind-stealing aliens in this incredibly spooky and realistic-sounding character-oriented saga. In the first book they figure out what the circumstances of the invasion are and are gi...
The Encounter (1996)
3.8 of 5 Votes: 5
Tobias book! Cheer up, emo bird. I was really into him in the show (who wasn't?), and of course I was deeply into the OTP -- it gets gutting later, and there are already hints of it right here at the start, I forgot how early they set it up -- but he was never actually my favourite character.I lo...