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One of my favorite books is Animorphs7 The Stranger Its about five kids who have the power to morph In other words they can change into any animal they touch By touch I mean they absorb a strand of the animals DNA Then from the DNA they are able to create an exact copy of the animal and take on the copy They can change into any animal they touch There is a series of these books In this book they find an entrance to a Yeerk pool a necessity of their alien enemies the Yeerks Once inside they creep around as roaches to see if they can pick up any information about the location of the Yeerks Kandrona a portable version of the Yeerks home sun which is also a necessity so they can destroy it However they dont count on being a Taxxon delicacy The Taxxons are allies of the Yeerks Just as the Animorphs Jake Rachel Marco Cassie and their alien friend Ax are about to be devoured time itself stops except for the Animorphs Then they meet an Ellimist a creature who is woven into time and space itself who stopped time to ask the Animorphs to decide the fate of the human race They can either go to another planet and leave Earth to the Yeerks or they can stay and fight When the decision to stay is made the Ellimist puts them back on the Taxxons tongue Somehow they manage to get out of the Yeerk pool in one piece A couple days later they meet in the woods around Cassies house and are having conversation about reconsidering the Ellimists offer Suddenly they are zapped into a possible future There they walk and look around freely since everyone is a Controller a creature controlled by a Yeerk See Yeerks are parasites They infest a creatures brain and take over its body The creature is still there but
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