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"Just tell them we're Animorphs."
"Tell them we're what?"
"Idiot teenagers with a death wish."
Marco and Rachel[src]

The Invasion, published in June 1996 and written by K.A. Applegate and Michael Grant, is the first book in the Animorphs series. It is the first book narrated by Jake.

Synopsis

Sometimes weird things happen to people. Ask Jake. He may tell you about the night he and his friends saw the strange light in the sky. He may even tell you about what happened when they realized the "light" was only a plane -- from another planet.

Here's where Jake's story gets a little weird. He and his friends are told the human race is under attack, but they're given the chance to fight back.

Now Jake, Rachel, Cassie, Tobias and Marco have the power to morph into any animal they choose. And they must use that power to outsmart an evil that is greater than anything the world has ever seen...

Sometimes weird things happen to people.

Ask Jake. He may tell you about the night he and his friends saw the strange light in the sky. He may even tell you about what happened when they realized the "light" was only a plane — from another planet. Here's where Jake's story gets a little weird. It's where they're told that the human race is under attack — and they're given the chance to fight back.

Now Jake, Rachel, Cassie, Tobias, and Marco have the power to morph into any animal they choose. And they must use that power to outsmart an evil that is greater than anything the world has ever seen....

Sometimes weird things happen to people. Ask Jake. He could tell you about the night he and his friends saw a strange light in the sky that seemed to be heading right for them. That was the night five normal kids learned that humanity is under a silent attack—and were given the power to fight back.

Now Jake, Rachel, Cassie, Tobias, and Marco can transform into some of the most dangerous creatures on Earth. And they must use that power to outsmart an evil greater than anything the world has ever seen....

Plot

On a Friday night, teenager Jake and his best friend Marco are walking home from the mall when they are joined by Tobias, a boy from school with no proper family life, as well as Jake's cousin Rachel and her friend Cassie. While cutting through an abandoned construction site, the five teens notice an alien spaceship landing in front of them. Emerging from the fighter ship is a dying blue alien called an Andalite, named Prince Elfangor-Sirinial-Shamtul, who telepathically informs the children that another group of aliens known as Yeerks have already begun infiltrating Earth. Elfangor explains that the Yeerks are parasitic slugs who need a host body, and that by entering through someone's ear, they can take over their brain and control them, becoming Controllers in the process; additionally, there are already Controllers on Earth. In order to help them fight off the Yeerks, Elfangor uses a blue box to give the children the power to morph — by touching any animal, they can permanently acquire its DNA into their body and then become that animal for two hours at a time. However, if they stay in morph for over two hours, then they would be permanently be stuck in that animal's body.

The kids then witness as the Yeerks arrive on the site in a Blade ship, followed with two Bug fighters, and encounter the two primary host bodies used by the Yeerks: green seven-foot-tall bladed creatures known as Hork-Bajir and giant yellow centipede-like creatures known as Taxxons. They watch in horror as Visser Three, the only Andalite-Controller in history and thus the only Controller with the morphing ability, transforms into a giant alien and eats Elfangor alive, killing him. The kids then run and are chased by the Yeerks, although they manage to successfully escape.

The next morning, Tobias visits Jake at home to share that he successfully morphed into his pet cat, which results in Jake testing out the power for himself by acquiring and morphing into Homer, his pet dog. Jake then arranges for them to all meet at Cassie's farm, where they discover that Cassie has morphed into one of her horses and that she even incorporated a morphing outfit to avoid nudity while demorphing, a problem Tobias and Jake had run into earlier. Just at that moment, a police cruiser drives up to them; while Cassie successfully manages to demorph, she earns the suspicion of the policeman, who the kids realize is a Controller. The cop interrogrates them about the construction site and before leaving, recommends that they join a group known as The Sharing.

Jake and Marco then go to Jake's house to play video games when Jake's brother Tom also inquires about the children at the construction site. Tom then invites them to join The Sharing as well, causing Marco to realize that Tom has been taken over by a Yeerk. Tobias then arrives in a newly acquired red-tailed hawk morph and notifies them that Elfangor shared a key piece of information with him before his demise — in order to survive, a Yeerk must return to a Yeerk pool every three days and exit their host body so that they can feed on Kandrona rays. In order to verify their suspicions, the five kids attend a beach bonfire held by The Sharing, where Jake discovers that Tom is indeed a host body to the Yeerks, along with their school's assistant principal Chapman; Jake also overhears "Tom" mentioning that he would be returning to the Yeerk pool on Monday night for a feeding. Although Jake is able to get away with his eavesdropping because he morphed into his dog, Cassie tries to spy in her human form and is caught by the same policeman from earlier that day, although he lets her go. Jake then decides to continue spying on Chapman for further intel and acquires a green anole lizard with Cassie's help.

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Jake morphed as a green anole lizard in his school locker

On Monday, Jake skips class and morphs into the lizard in his school locker in order to spy on Chapman. Intending to go to Chapman's office, he instead finds Chapman in the hallway and follows him; Chapman leads him to the janitor's closet, where he reveals a secret retractable wall that leads into the Yeerk pool. Regrouping with his friends, Jake tells them that he will be going into the Yeerk pool that night to save Tom while his Yeerk is feeding. While the other Animorphs are eager to join the cause, Marco is reluctant to risk his life since he believes his father, who became depressed after his mother's death, would stop living if Marco also died. Despite this, Marco agrees to join the rescue mission in order to save Tom. As they officially form a team, Marco names them "Animorphs."

The Animorphs then visit The Gardens, the local zoo/amusement park combo where Cassie's mother works. Marco acquires a Silverback gorilla, although the group is then forced to split up when zoo security notices them being in a restricted area. While fleeing, Jake and Marco end up in the Siberian tiger enclosure, where Jake acquires one of them. Reuniting with the others, they all decide to go home for dinner before planning to meet up in front of the school that night. After dinner, Jake calls Cassie, only to reach her mother, who tells him that Cassie is not at home and that she missed dinner. Jake then heads to school, where he is angered to find out that Tobias has already started his two-hour morph countdown by turning into the red-tailed hawk prematurely. Despite this, the four Animorphs enter the school and are shocked to see the cop Controller dragging Cassie through the janitor's closet and into the Yeerk pool.

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Jake in tiger morph attacks Visser Three

The kids follow suit, and as they descend into the pool, they are stunned to see how massive the underground Yeerk pool complex is while also simultaneously disturbed by the sounds of humans screaming and pleading as they are tossed into cages while their Yeerks feed. The Animorphs then assume their battle morphs — Jake as a tiger, Marco as a gorilla and Rachel as an elephant — and attack the Yeerks. Successfully freeing all the hosts from their cages and preventing Cassie from being infested, they are impeded by Visser Three, who correctly deduces that they are morphs, but refers to them as Andalites since only they possess the morphing ability. Visser Three then morphs into an Unnamed Creature with Eight Heads and Eight Legs that can shoot fireballs and incinerates many of the freed hosts. The Animorphs attempt to flee through the stairway they came from, but find their path blocked by a wall of fire. Tom, who is with the Animorphs, then charges at the Visser, who knocks him off the stairs, causing Jake to briefly attack Visser Three in fury.

The Animorphs, minus Tobias, then successfully escape from the Yeerk pool, with the only prisoner they saved being a woman who was riding on Cassie's back, as Cassie had morphed into a horse. The Animorphs then split up and go home, and Jake goes to bed, shaking and crying due to the terror he experienced that night. Hours later, he is awakened by Tobias, who flies into his room. Tobias then informs him that while he was able to escape from the Yeerk pool, he had to stay out of sight for over two hours and thus is now trapped in the body of a red-tailed hawk. Jake then decides to keep fighting the Yeerks until the Andalites can save them.

Appearances

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Major/Highlighted Events

  • The five main characters are introduced: Jake is a teenager who is playing video games at the mall on a Friday night with Marco, his childhood best friend. He and Marco walk home, along with Jake's cousin Rachel and her best friend Cassie, whom Jake is romantically interested in. Joining them is Tobias, a kid who Jake saved from some bullies. The five kids cut through an abandoned construction site and encounter a blue alien – an Andalite Prince named Elfangor-Sirinial-Shamtul.
  • Elfangor notifies the kids of the Andalite-Yeerk War and the subsequent invasion of Earth. He explains that Earth is under attack by a parasitic alien slug-like species known as Yeerks, who crawl inside the ears of other people and then over their bodies, becoming Controllers. He informs them that the Yeerk Empire have conquered the Taxxons as well as the Hork-Bajir, using the latter as shock troops, and have begun infesting humans as well. Elfangor informs them that it may take a year or more until Andalite forces arrive, but asks them to fight the Yeerk Empire until then.
  • Elfangor grants Jake, Rachel, Tobias, Cassie and Marco the power to morph – by touching any animal, they can permanently acquire its DNA and then become that animal for two hours at a time.
  • Visser Three, the only Andalite-Controller, devours and kills Elfangor.
  • It is revealed that Jake's older brother Tom as well as their assistant principal, Chapman, have been infested by Yeerks.
    • Tom's infestation gives Jake his personal reason for fighting in the war, as he wishes to free his brother.
  • Tobias discloses that Elfangor transferred information and memories mentally to him, and thus the Animorphs discover that the Yeerks have a massive weakness – every three days they must return to the Yeerk pool and leave their host bodies to soak up Kandrona rays.
  • Cassie is revealed to possess an innate ability to control the morphing process.
  • The kids, calling themselves Animorphs, acquire battle morphs at The Gardens.
    • Jake is chosen, albeit not of his own accord, as the unofficial leader of the team.
  • The Animorphs discover that the Yeerk pool is in a giant underground cavern underneath half of their city.
  • The Animorphs infiltrate the Yeerk pool for the first time and also have their first battle against Visser Three, who believes that the Animorphs are Andalites in morph.
  • Tobias stays in morph for more than two hours, causing him to become trapped in the body of a red-tailed hawk.

Morphs

Morpher Morphs acquired Morphs used
Jake Golden Retriever (Homer), Green Anole Lizard, Siberian Tiger Golden Retriever (Homer), Green Anole Lizard, Siberian Tiger
Rachel African Elephant African Elephant
Tobias Tabby Cat (Dude), Red-Tailed Hawk Tabby Cat (Dude), Red-Tailed Hawk (becomes trapped in morph)
Cassie Horse Horse
Marco Silverback Gorilla (Big Jim) Silverback Gorilla (Big Jim)
Visser Three -- Antarean Bogg, Unnamed Creature with Eight Heads and Eight Legs

Trivia

  • The cover quote is, "Some people never change. Some do..."
  • The inside front cover quote is, "Jake is changing..."
  • The five Animorphs are thirteen years old during the events of this book, as revealed in The Answer.
  • This book is set in 1997, as indicated through the timeline of The Andalite Chronicles and The Hork-Bajir Chronicles.
  • This was the first and only book cover to show eight stages of a morph; starting with the following book (and beyond) only five stages were used. This book's cover, along with that of The Visitor, are the only book covers to show the faces of the characters morphing, rather than the full body. However, in both cases, the flipbook morph at the bottom of the pages shows a full body, side view of the cover morph.
  • Jake, Rachel and Marco had not yet learned how to morph clothing by the time they attacked the Yeerk Pool, which was on the same day Rachel and Marco acquired their first morphs, and thus would've been nude when they demorphed. The graphic novel rectifies this by giving the Animorphs a day between acquiring their morphs and attacking the pool as well as adding a new scene where Rachel, Jake and Marco are confirmed to have learned how to morph clothing in the interim.
  • Jake acquires a green anole lizard, but never uses it again for the rest of the series.
  • In the original manuscript for this book, back before a proposed trilogy called "Changelings" became the Animorphs series, Jake was named Matt and had a little brother named Joseph.
  • The Japanese publication of this book had a distinct sketched cover, and six black-and-white sketches inside.
  • The 2011 re-release had new covers for the American books, as well as the French and Brazilian books (for the first few books in the series, that is). The Brazilian version was published by Fundamento and features an entirely distinct cover design.[1]
  • One of the Animorphs Jigsaw Puzzles features a scene depicting the final battle in the Yeerk Pool at the end of this book, where Jake, in tiger morph, fights Visser Three, morphed as an Unnamed Creature with Eight Heads and Eight Legs.
  • A Jake/Lizard morphing fast food toy was made by Taco Bell in 1999, based on this book's cover morph.
  • ANIBASE : Originally, Andalites were described as looking like the basic big head, big eyes, little body, tiny slit-for-a-mouth aliens with beige skin that you see everywhere. K.A. was trying to be nice, she says, because she figured at some point there would be a TV show or a movie based on the books, and she wanted to make aliens that could be created on a modest special effects budget. But Jean Feiwel, a Senior Vice President at Scholastic and the editor who read and bought the proposal for Animorphs, told Katherine Applegate that the aliens were too cliche. Stung by criticism, K.A. thought, "Fine, I'll show you!" and created the totally unique, hard-to-create-for-a-TV-show, blue-furred, centaur-like scorpion-tailed aliens that we all know and love. As K.A. puts it, "It was kind of a 'so there' moment."

Goofs/Inconsistencies

  • When Jake enters Elfangor's ship, he sees a photo of four Andalites and describes two of them as "very small kids." Jake then asks Elfangor if the picture is of his family, which Elfangor confirms. The two "very small kids" in the photo cannot be Elfangor and his younger brother Aximili, as Aximili was born when Elfangor was already an adult. This would indicate that the picture may be of Elfangor's own family. However, subsequent books in the series, specifically those narrated by Ax or revolving around Elfangor's legacy, never mention Elfangor having an Andalite family of his own.
  • When attempting to quickly educate the kids, Elfangor merely states that the Taxxons are evil. However, Elfangor learned in The Andalite Chronicles that the Andalite preconception of Taxxons being evil because they willingly submitted themselves to slavery was not entirely true. This remark is retained in both the reprints and the graphic novel.
  • Visser Three treats Elfangor as if they've never met before. However, in The Andalite Chronicles, it is established that Elfangor knows both the Yeerk (Esplin 9466) and his host Alloran-Semitur-Corrass very well. This is fixed in the reprint.
  • Elfangor warns the kids to not direct their thoughts to Visser Three or he'd hear them. However, humans must be in morph to use thought-speak. This is fixed in the reprint.
  • During the Visser's tirade towards Elfangor, the latter can still hear the Animorphs whispering behind the construction junk. However, if Andalite ears can hear that well, the Visser should have been able to hear them as well.
    • Additionally, Elfangor mentions that Hork-Bajir have very good hearing, yet the Hork-Bajir between Elfangor and the kids cannot hear them whispering.
  • Tobias tells Jake that he morphed his cat Dude the night before, although not before his cat sliced his finger. Tobias then places his finger in his mouth; however, in the next chapter, it is stated that morphing fixes injuries since it is DNA based. This is fixed in the reprint.
  • Jake uses thought-speak to communicate with Tobias even though he is human. This is fixed in the reprint.
  • After Jake morphs into his dog, Homer, Jake has Homer's memory about Streak. However, one cannot acquire the morph's memories.
  • When Jake morphs into his dog, he mentions that his knees reversed directions. However, dogs do not have knees in the opposite direction. This is fixed in the reprint.
  • While at the beach bonfire night hosted by The Sharing, Tobias, who is flying up above in his red-tailed hawk morph, praises the hawk's vision and reveals he can not only see where the Controllers are having their meeting but can even see the mice hiding in the grass. Red-tailed hawks cannot see that well at night, and Tobias' inability to do recon at night because of this comes up a few times in later books.

US/UK Differences

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Normal, that is, until one Friday night at the mall. Normal, that is, until one Friday night at the shopping mall.
So I looked up. And there it was. A brilliant, blue-white light that scooted across the sky, going fast at first, too fast for it to be an airplane, then slower and slower. So I looked up. And there it was. A brilliant, blue-white light that scooted across the sky, going fast at first, too fast for it to be an aeroplane, then slower and slower.
"We should tell someone," Marco said. "I mean, this is kind of major, you know? Spaceships don't just land in the construction site every day. We should call the cops or the army or the president or something. We'd be totally famous. We'd get to be on Letterman for sure." "We should tell someone," Marco said. "I mean, this is kind of major, you know? Spaceships don't just land in the construction site every day. We should call the cops or the army or the president or something. We'd be totally famous. We'd get to be on TV for sure."
  • There are also various spelling changes between the two versions; words such as analyze, blond, ax and center are changed to analyse, blonde, axe and centre in the UK version.

2011 Relaunch Differences

Original Edition 2011 Relaunch
I have Sega at home so I get lots of practice time in, but Marco has this amazing ability to analyze games and figure out all the little tricks. So sometimes he beats me. I have a system at home so I get lots of practice time in, but Marco has this amazing ability to analyze games and figure out all the little tricks. So sometimes he beats me.
"What?" Rachel demanded. "What?" Rachel asked.
"Can he hear our thoughts?" Cassie whispered.

"If he can we're so dead I don't even want to think about it," Rachel told her.
<He cannot hear your thoughts,> the Andalite said. <As long as you don't direct them to him. You hear his thoughts because he is broadcasting them for all to hear. This is a great victory for him, so he wants all to hear.>
<What have we here? A meddling Andalite?> Visser Three looked more closely at the Andalite's ship. <Ah, but no ordinary Andalite warrior. Prince Elfangor-Sirinial-Shamtul, if I am not mistaken. An honor to meet you. You're a legend. How many of our fighters have you shredded? Seven, or was it eight by the time the battle ended?>

"Can he hear our thoughts?" Cassie whispered.

"If he can, we're so dead I don't even want to think about it," Rachel told her.
<He cannot hear your thoughts,> the Andalite said. <Unless you are morphed and you direct them to him. You hear his thoughts because he is broadcasting them for all to hear. This is a great victory for him, so he wants all to hear.>
<What have we here? A meddling Andalite?> Visser Three looked more closely at the Andalite's ship. <Ah, but no ordinary Andalite warrior. Prince Elfangor-Sirinial-Shamtul, if I am not mistaken. An honor to meet you again. You're a legend now. How many of our fighters have you shredded? Seven, or was it eight by the time the battle ended?>

"I had fur, Jake. And I was growing claws. You should have seen the real Dude. He went nuts. I had to put him outside before I could morph all the way. He clawed me up pretty good." Tobias stuck a sliced finger into his mouth. "I had fur, Jake. And I was growing claws. You should have seen the real Dude. He went nuts. I had to put him outside before I could morph all the way. He clawed me up pretty good."
I wondered if Tobias had heard my thought. I concentrated. Tobias, can you hear me?

<Yeah,> he said. <I hear you.>
"Did you hear my thoughts before that?" I asked.
<No. I don't think it works that way. You have to think at me for me to hear. Hey, watch this.>

I wondered if Tobias had heard my thought. I concentrated. Tobias, can you hear me?

He didn't respond.
"I just thought something at you. Did you hear me?" I asked.
<No. I don't think it works that way. You have to be morphed first. Hey, watch this.>

My bones shortened. I could feel my backbone stretching as it extended out into a tail. There was a scraping sound as my knees suddenly reversed direction. I toppled forward, no longer able to walk upright. My bones shortened. I could feel my backbone stretching as it extended out into a tail. There was a scraping sound as my hips suddenly folded in. I toppled forward, no longer able to walk upright.
Suddenly Marco just went ballistic. "We could get killed!" he yelled. "Don't you get it? You saw what happened to the Andalite. I mean, this is radical stuff, Jake. This is for real. Real! We could all get killed." Suddenly Marco just went ballistic. "We could get killed!" he yelled. "Don't you get it? You saw what happened to the Andalite. I mean, this is perilous stuff, Jake. This is for real. Real! We could all get killed."
I decided I'd better be a gentleman and look away. After all, when Tobias and I had morphed, we'd kind of morphed right out of our clothes. But I noticed that as Cassie emerged from the horse she was wearing a skintight blue outfit. One of those outfits girls wear to do aerobics. I decided I'd better be a gentleman and look away. After all, when Tobias and I had morphed, we'd kind of morphed right out of our clothes. But I noticed that as Cassie emerged from the horse she was wearing a skintight blue outfit. One of those outfits girls wear to go to the gym.
"You've never even been in a fight," Marco sneered. "You can't handle the punks at school. Suddenly now you want to kick butt on that Visser Three freakazoid?" "You've never even been in a fight," Marco sneered. "You can't handle the bullies at school. Suddenly now you want to kick butt on that Visser Three monster?"
Marco and I took off toward my house again, trying to act normal. We talked about the baseball season. We talked about who was going to slaughter who in Dead Zone 5, which is this CD game we were going to play on my computer. Marco and I took off toward my house again, trying to act normal. We talked about the baseball season. We talked about who was going to slaughter who in Dead Zone 5, which is this game we were going to play at my place.
"Tobias, how on Earth did you do a hawk morph?" I demanded. "Tobias, how on Earth did you do a hawk morph?" I asked.
Rachel, Marco, and I stepped out into the dark hallway. My legs were stiff. My knees were rickety. I was walking like Frankenstein trying to look casual. Rachel, Marco, and I stepped out into the dark hallway. My legs were stiff. My knees were rickety. I was walking like Frankenstein's monster trying to look casual.
  • In the original edition, Visser Three claims it is nice to meet Elfangor and remarks that he is a legend. However, The Andalite Chronicles reveals they knew each other in the past. The reprint fixes this interaction, with Visser Three stating that it is nice to meet Elfangor again and that he is a legend now.
  • In the original edition, Elfangor tells the kids that so long as they don't direct their thoughts to him, Visser Three will not hear them. In the reprint, he clarifies that they must be morphed in order to use thought-speak.
  • In the original edition, Tobias sticks his sliced finger in his mouth, explaining that his cat injured him earlier. However, morphing heals all injuries. In order to rectify this inconsistency, the reprint omits that line.
  • In the original edition, Jake uses thought-speak while in human form to communicate with Tobias. However, since a human must be in morph to use thought-speak, the reprint modifies the situation. Instead, Jake attempts to telepathically communicate with Tobias, only for Tobias to reply that he cannot hear Jake's thoughts and that Jake must be in morph in order to do so.
  • In the original edition, Jake mentions that his knees reversed directions while he was morphing his dog. However, dogs do not have reversed knees. This is fixed in the reprint, where Jake instead mentions that his hips folded in.
  • In the original edition, Jake mentions that he owns a Sega console. In the reprint, it is changed to "game system."
  • In the original edition, Jake refers to Dead Zone 5 as a CD game he plays on his computer; in the reprint, the "CD" and "computer" portion is removed, in an effort by the publisher and editors to remove outdated references.
  • There are some spelling differences from the original edition to the reprint.
    • The original edition uses "Humans" and "Marines" while the reprint uses the lowercase "humans" and "marines."
    • "Salad Shooter" is changed to "SaladShooter."
    • The Hork-Bajir language is written in italics in the reprint, while it was written normally in the original edition.
    • "Bow wow" is spelled as "Bowwow" in the reprint.
    • "Superbowl" is spelled as "Super Bowl" in the reprint.
  • In the original edition, Elfangor says "Yeerks." at the end of chapter 3, but the repeat at the start of chapter 4 spells it as "Yeerks!" adding an exclamation mark. The reprint rectifies this error.
  • In the original edition, Jake refers to Frankenstein's monster as "Frankenstein" which the reprint corrects.
  • The original edition also italicized certain words throughout the book for emphasis, which were removed in the reprint.

TV Adaptation

The Invasion was loosely adapted into the first three episodes of the Animorphs TV series: My Name is Jake (Part 1), My Name is Jake (Part 2) and Underground. Several changes were made from the book to the episode.

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References

Books
Main Series #1 The Invasion | #2 The Visitor | #3 The Encounter | #4 The Message | #5 The Predator | #6 The Capture | #7 The Stranger | #8 The Alien | #9 The Secret | #10 The Android | #11 The Forgotten | #12 The Reaction | #13 The Change | #14 The Unknown | #15 The Escape | #16 The Warning | #17 The Underground | #18 The Decision | #19 The Departure | #20 The Discovery | #21 The Threat | #22 The Solution | #23 The Pretender | #24 The Suspicion | #25 The Extreme | #26 The Attack | #27 The Exposed | #28 The Experiment | #29 The Sickness | #30 The Reunion | #31 The Conspiracy | #32 The Separation | #33 The Illusion | #34 The Prophecy | #35 The Proposal | #36 The Mutation | #37 The Weakness | #38 The Arrival | #39 The Hidden | #40 The Other | #41 The Familiar | #42 The Journey | #43 The Test | #44 The Unexpected | #45 The Revelation | #46 The Deception | #47 The Resistance | #48 The Return | #49 The Diversion | #50 The Ultimate | #51 The Absolute | #52 The Sacrifice | #53 The Answer | #54 The Beginning
Megamorphs The Andalite's Gift | In the Time of Dinosaurs | Elfangor's Secret | Back to Before
Chronicles The Andalite Chronicles | The Hork-Bajir Chronicles | VISSER | The Ellimist Chronicles
Alternamorphs The First Journey | The Next Passage
TV Tie-Ins Meet the Stars of Animorphs
Graphic Novels #1 The Invasion | #2 The Visitor | #3 The Encounter | #4 The Message | #5 The Predator | #6 The Capture
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