Animorphs #2: The Visitor (Google eBook)

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Scholastic Inc., May 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
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The wildly popular series by K.A. Applegate is back! The first six books of Animorphs return, with striking new lenticular covers that morph. Rachel is still reeling from the news that the Earth is secretly under attack by parasitic aliens known as the Yeerks. And that she and her friends -- five kids who, purely by chance, stumbled onto a downed spacecraft and were given the power to morph into any animal they touch -- are the planet's only defense. But Rachel's always been something of a daredevil. So when it's suggested that they infiltrate the home of their assistant principal, Mr. Chapman, who also happens to be a human host of the Yeerks, she volunteers. But what she finds inside may be more than even she can handle.
  

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Great writing, great story, great book. - Goodreads
Rachel being caught was another heart-pounding ending. - Goodreads
Otherwise, you might consider reading a plot summary. - Goodreads
A definite page turner. - Goodreads

Review: The Visitor (Animorphs #2)

User Review  - Alan Gilfoy - Goodreads

"Keeps up the pace, even more impact, cool moments" The group flight was a great bit of using morph for reasons besides fighting Yeerks. The scene of dealing with Chester and his friend was just plain ... Read full review

Review: The Visitor (Animorphs #2)

User Review  - kmaefantasy - Goodreads

After the astounding death of Elfangor the Andalite, this book follows the original's lead, but in a different character's point of view. Instead of Jake's (the leader+from the first book) point of ... Read full review

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K. A. Applegate is the author of the bestselling Animorphs series, as well as the Remnants and Everworld series, Home of the Brave, and the Roscoe Riley Rules series. She lives in Irvine, California.

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