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Jake is depressed, Tobias is happy, Marco is dumb and Cassie is thinking logically. What mirror dimension did we walk into?

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Jan. 21st, 2011 11:50 pm
[identity profile] rattyjol.livejournal.com
Okay, I have no idea whether I'm doing this right, but [livejournal.com profile] natural_blue_26 told me to post this here sooo.

Title: Horoscopes
Characters: Jake, James
Setting: mid-#50 (Ultimate)
Prompt: Animorphs, Jake/James, Between the lines of fear and blame, you begin to wonder why you came (anythingbutgrey.livejournal.com/760101.html)
Rating: PG(-13 if you count the two swearwords in the last line)

It isn't just the six of them anymore, he realizes. Things are changing. The war is growing. Bursting at the seams. How long till it explodes?

Also, hi. I'm Anita. I'm new here. -waves-
[identity profile] buffyangellvr23.livejournal.com
Jake is still struggling with the aftermath of the events of the last book, and the fate of his parents. He isn't sure of himself anymore. He reluctantly remains leader, and the group decides that they can't do it alone anymore. They decide to recruit more morphers, and to use disabled kids-the Yeerks won't want them, so they're unlikely to be infested, and adults wouldn't believe as easily.

Things go wrong when they get found out and attacked by Visser One and Tom. Jake is prepared to kill Tom, but Cassie makes a decision that changes the rest of the war.

I still wonder about the same things as last time, if they were right to use kids or if they should have tried adults...and if Cassie was right or not.

This is the book with the deleted scene that didn't fit with the rest, and the whole thing with Tobias's becoming a nothlit. What was the gist of what he said there? I forgot.
[identity profile] buffyangellvr23.livejournal.com
"Really big trouble" is an understatement these days. The war between the Yeerks and the Animorphs is full on, and it's only going to get worse. But Cassie, the other Animorphs and Ax have a lot more going on than just trying to stay alive. Now they've got to actively protect their families and the free Hork Bajir. And they no longer believe they can do it alone. The Yeerks are just too powerful.
Cassie and the others have to ask themselves a very important question: Is it time to increase their numbers? They all remember what happened with David, the Animorph gone bad. But this time do they really have a chance?

Biggest. Turning. Point. Yet.

The obvious big question here is, was Cassie right to let Tom's Yeerk take the cube or not? I often wonder if Rachel would have still died had she let Jake go in for the kill.

I think they had to get the cube eventually, but was now the best time or should it have happened at another time? When?

I like the portrayal of Jake cracking as I said last book. It's something that would logically happen at some point in time. I think it's amazing he went this long without cracking.

Was the logic of going for more kids rather than adults right? I do understand the refusal to involve the parents more, and the logic of using what the Yeerks would call reject bodies, the ones they'd just kill. It still makes for interesting thoughts about the ethics though. (despite the fact that ethics aren't as big an issue as they used to be.)

Do you agree with Tobias about Loren? She's the one I'm not sure wouldn't have been useful, she was already morph capable and a fighter.

Has anyone seen the deleted scene for this book?


It's partway down the page somewhere. They had to take it out because Jake returned to the hospital after the cube was gone, but what do you think of the scene with Cassie and Tobias? I wish that portion were still in the book somehow.

Prompt...um...Betrayal of trust

Next week: Off to see the governor


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