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Animorphs #10: Androiden par Katherine A.…
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Animorphs #10: Androiden (édition 1999)

par Katherine A. Applegate (Auteur), Damon C. Torres (Artiste de la couverture), Jørn Roeim (Traducteur), Tonya Alicia Martin (Directeur de publication), Michael Grant (Auteur)

Séries: Animorphs (10)

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Sometimes weird things happen. Just ask Cassie, Jake, Marco, Rachel, and Tobias. One night they spot a strange light in the sky. Soon they are face to face with an alien from another planet who informs them that the Earth is being invaded by evil Yeerks, and gives them a special power to fight back: the ability to morph into any animal they desire. It is now up to them to save the planet! Text copyright 2004 Lectorum Publications, Inc.… (plus d'informations)
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Titre:Animorphs #10: Androiden
Auteurs:Katherine A. Applegate (Auteur)
Autres auteurs:Damon C. Torres (Artiste de la couverture), Jørn Roeim (Traducteur), Tonya Alicia Martin (Directeur de publication), Michael Grant (Auteur)
Info:[Oslo] Gyldendal Tiden 1999
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Mots-clés:fiction, science fiction, childhood, alien invasion, aliens, shapeshifter, Animorphs, first person narrative, action, novel, artificial intelligence, secret war

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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
These last few installments have really focused on broadening the scope of the Animorphs Universe. Marco, while sneaking into a concert featuring the timeless musical acts The Offspring, Alanis Morrissette and Nine Inch Nails(!), spies an old friend handing out fliers for The Sharing.

The Sharing, remember, is the Yeerk's creepy cover organization that everyone appears to be just fine with, so Marco has every reasons to suspect that Erek is a Controller. Except....Erek had no smell, and n dog morph Marco and Jake cannot be mistaken on the subject, so what's up with that? The Chee is what's up.

The title makes certain things obvious, but there's some crazy deep lore going on that makes up for that. No one will guess, I had completely forgotten this reveal it was so insane.

This discovery puts the Animorphs in the position to plan a crazy heist again where the stakes are high, but if they pull it off, they'll gain a powerful ally. What could go wrong?

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  ManWithAnAgenda | Oct 31, 2019 |
This one was flat for me, though it's a favorite in the series for lots of other fans. It's certainly packed with action, and the storyline moves swiftly- a bit too quick, as I really felt a lack of detail.

In a nutshell, the boys morph dogs to sneak into an outdoor concert, and run into an acquaintance of Jake's who seems- weird. They witness a decidedly strange incident that convinces them the guy's not human. Later they morph spiders and flies at an outdoor event to spy on him- and nearly get exposed when Marco-as-spider is eaten by a bird and has to escape by morphing back to human form in mid-air (and mid-bird, which could be gross except it's light on description). Of course someone sees him falling to earth, but it's the very guy they suspected. Who knows exactly what they are, and tells them he's infiltrated the enemy forces but is really on their side. Suspicious, they still have to learn more, so they visit his supposed home- and find another huge underground living space, this one for an alien race of androids. The history of this android race and how it fit into the fight against the Yeerks was just- a bit out there for me. I just couldn't suspend disbelief enough for this one. Even more than the android storyline, was the idea that dogs had absorbed the essence of another, entirely peaceful race of aliens that had gone extinct due to the Yeerks. Yes, the idea here is that aliens turned wolves into dogs. Anyhow, it gives some of the androids a reason to oppose the Yeerks even though complete pacifist mentality is written into their code.

So they need the Animorphs to steal back a special crystal the Yeerks have in a stronghold, which would allow them to control all the computer systems on Earth. Stakes are high and the Animorphs don't have time to prepare. They sneak into the building as roaches and spiders, narrowly avoid being eaten by a rat, and navigate a pitch-black room of tripwires as bats, only to find when they reach the crystal, that they can't carry it out of the room without using another form. So they morph into their 'battle animals' and blast out of there, only to be met by enemy forces with machine guns. This time there's no easy way out- they fight and are all about to die except in a final moment Marco manages to get the crystal into the android's hands, who then rewrites his code so he can annihilate the Yeerk forces singlehandedly. It's so awful the scene isn't even described because Marco (our narrator) went unconscious after nearly dying. And the memory of what he's done is so horrific for the android- who can never dull or forget a single memory- that the androids withdraw, vowing not to get involved again.

Traumatized androids. Lots of heavy discussion in this book about the ethics of warfare. No easy answers. Even that didn't make it interesting enough for me; I kind of had to make myself finish the book. The two new animal forms- spider and bat- were introduced and utilized so quickly, I wasn't able to enjoy that aspect of the story. It was all just fast-paced, action-packed and meh for me. Not my kind of read.

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  jeane | Feb 5, 2019 |
A short comment for every book of the series until I get a chance to re-read them. All three of my sons and I loved this series and read every single book - I even bought every single book (most, but not all, used; some through school book sales). I'm excited to re-read them to see how the five main characters develop and to watch all the different transformations again.

The best books appeal to *readers* universally - not children versus adults. These may not be quite worthy of the adjective 'best' but they do have that crossover appeal. ( )
  Cheryl_in_CC_NV | Jun 6, 2016 |
Animorphs was a good series that kept me reading. Enjoyed these as a kid. ( )
  odinblindeye | Apr 2, 2013 |
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Sometimes weird things happen. Just ask Cassie, Jake, Marco, Rachel, and Tobias. One night they spot a strange light in the sky. Soon they are face to face with an alien from another planet who informs them that the Earth is being invaded by evil Yeerks, and gives them a special power to fight back: the ability to morph into any animal they desire. It is now up to them to save the planet! Text copyright 2004 Lectorum Publications, Inc.

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