The Unknown

The Unknown

The Unknown There s a new rumor in town Someone has discovered an item that proves life on other planets exists And they ve been hiding it on a base called Zone The Most Secret Place On Earth Cassie the other

  • Title: The Unknown
  • Author: K.A. Applegate Katherine Applegate
  • ISBN: 9780590494236
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Paperback
  • There s a new rumor in town Someone has discovered an item that proves life on other planets exists And they ve been hiding it on a base called Zone 91 The Most Secret Place On Earth.Cassie, the other Animorphs, and Ax already know about life on other planets Too well They also realize the Yeerks will try to access Zone 91 to find out if what s there will threaten theThere s a new rumor in town Someone has discovered an item that proves life on other planets exists And they ve been hiding it on a base called Zone 91 The Most Secret Place On Earth.Cassie, the other Animorphs, and Ax already know about life on other planets Too well They also realize the Yeerks will try to access Zone 91 to find out if what s there will threaten their mission So the Animorphs decide to pay Zone 91 and the Yeerks a little visit But what they discover is not at all what they expect.

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    Ugh, this one was a dud. Just, a silly, silly premise. And worse, a silly premise that isn't backed up by anything substantial at all. Just empty jokes and no stakes. I mean, literally it starts with a joke (horses that are acting weird, and that are secretly Controllers, and why???) and ends with a joke (all of this over an (view spoiler)[Andalite toilet (hide spoiler)]!) It's all harmless enough, but compared with the best books in this series, it's just not satisfying at all.And it has Cassie [...]

    I’ve spent a lot of time so far talking about how the Animorphs series is amazing. It deals with complex topics and themes in a way that remains entertaining and accessible for adolescents. It’s a great gateway drug to full-blown science-fiction fandom. Although most of the books tend to feel light and fun, there is a very serious undertone to the entire series, one that finally comes to the fore as Applegate (and her legion of ghostwriters) draws the series to a close.So it’s easy to forg [...]

    "There are days when it feels like a noose slowly tightening around my neck. There are days when I don't feel like I can trust anyone." "Looks and clothing don't matter even slightly to me. And the people who matter are the ones who see past all that."Not a bad installment, but kinda filler-ish. The end was rather funny, once they figured out what the item was. Cassie is becoming more and more worried about lying to her parents. This one did not have much in character development, just deepens r [...]

    (Originally reviewed at thelibraryladies.)Narrator: CassiePlot: As we know from my last rant, ahem, I mean, review, I have some struggles with Cassie books some times. But, while this book continues the tradition of giving Cassie some of the more stupid missions, we were at least spared the awful drama and holier-than-thou whining that ruined the last Cassie book for me. In fact, this book was a lot of fun…when it wasn’t being entirely stupid.Through a mall-trip-related deal, Cassie convince [...]

    This is the first Animorphs book I ever owned as a child! I'd completely forgotten the plot though, so it was like reading it for the first time. :) In this book, Cassie and Rachel discover that the Yeerks are controlling a pack of horses out in the desert. The Animorphs go to investigate, and find that the Horse-Controllers are trying to sneak into 'Zone 91' (the equivalent of Area 51). It turns out that the military staff of Zone 91 are unaware that the crashlanded alien spacecraft they've bee [...]

    Brought to you by The Moonlight Library!The Yeerks appear to be infesting horses out at Zone 91, a poorly disguised parallel of Area 51 (which is in Nevada but we all know the Animorphs are in California!). What are the Animorphs going to do about it? Why, morph horses, of course!This is one of the better books in the Applegate-written section of the series purely for its comedic value. We don’t expect Cassie to be the funny one, but she’s run over by a tank as a cockroach and then runs in a [...]

    The unknown. What is it? I think it's a toilet.Hahahaha.You'll understand if you read it. In any case this has kinda been done before in science fiction but I still find it neat how the author mixes humor with grave seriousness in this series.Notable moments and inconsistencies:A typo happened fairly early in the book: "shrivel way" was written instead of "shrivel away."Zone 91 is an obvious reference to Area 51.When Cassie is injured in a bomb blast that is thought to be just a "lost" bomb from [...]

    (I forged too far ahead and now I can't remember my exact impressions!)This is around where I stopped in my last reread a couple years ago, because this is the last physical Animorphs book currently sitting on my shelf (the rest are in another country, alas). And ahahaha this one is just RIDICULOUS and freakin' hilarious, and I love it -- this time, the Animorphs take on their universe's analogue for Area 51, and it's fantastic. Maybe not as good as the Futurama episode about it, but still good. [...]

    The Animorphs find out the Yeerks are trying to gain entry to Zone 91, a place where the army has been stationed to guard something highly secretive.Cassie's voice was as bland as ever (still my least favourite) and I couldn't understand why everyone else in the Animorphs saw her as a voice of reason or the smartie in the group. (view spoiler)[Being undercover with the name Cindy Crawford? Giving the telephone number 123456789? (hide spoiler)] I didn't like how Cassie recapped so many things and [...]

    The plot of this is whatever, but it is SO FUNNY. I had forgotten how hilarious they all are. Even Cassie! Rachel and Marco's banter is A+ as usual.

    Fantastic. There's conspiracies, X-Files references, Cassie being awful at being a spy, confused Air Force people, racehorses, and gratuitous use of the Gardens. What more could you ask for?

       Reading this, most people will connect Zone Ninety-One with the real Area 51. The resemblances are uncanny. The horse race was a nice diversion along the way to getting to Zone Ninety-One, and what the government had in Zone Ninety-One was amusing. However, this is one of the books where the inevitable confrontation between the Animorphs and the Yeerks/Visser Three required a fair amount of suspension of disbelief, hence my lower-than-usual rating for it. (view spoiler)[I mean, how could V [...]

    rated for objective quality and plot relevance, etc because that's the only way i can do animorphs otherwise everything would be five stars but I MUST SAY this book is absolutely hysterical? an excellent break from, well, animorphs, emotionally. 10/10 in my HEART

    "A victory is a victory."Starts out a so serious, ends as a joke. Proof that sometimes even when life looks hardest, there's always something funny about it.

    Buku ini hadir dari kegiatan iseng membeli buku bacaan bekas secara online. Tapi seperti yang sering terjadi, buku ini tak langsung dibaca dan akhirnya lenyap entah ke mana (keselip doang sih). Hingga beberapa waktu yang lalu, pas lagi asik berbabu-ria (bersih-bersih kamar kos) saya menemukan buku ini di salah satu kardus tempat saya menaruh segala macam barang. Saya baca-baca sekilas dan langsung jatuh cinta!Para ABG tahun 90-an pasti tahu serial ini. Serial karya K.A. Applegate tersebut sama t [...]

    Cassie discovers horses acting weird during one of her animal doctor trips with her dad. She and the other Animorphs check out these horses and realize they're controlled by Yeerks who are using their bodies to get close to the mysterious Zone 91, which guards a possibly alien secret. The Yeerks are trying to find out what the conspiracy is, and the Animorphs figure they need to know too if the Yeerks think it's important. After escaping suspiciously when they get caught by security, they endure [...]

    X-files references and a thinly veiled Area 51 equivalent make this a fun read -- though I expect the X-files stuff won't be nearly as entertaining to today's youth as it was to me. The twist on what is actually being held in "Zone 91" is a great joke, too, though it seems to me that the end wraps up a bit too neatly on this one. There's a lot of action with multiple mission-excursions, so it all moves pretty fast, and I think that didn't leave a lot of room for a stronger finish. But it was sti [...]

    5/5"More of the series doing what it does best"Crazy Helen seemed like a parody of conspiracy theorists. I'm remidned of the "sometimes right" theme the series also uses with the mentally ill.Marco being deliberately wacky made a lot of sense once he explained it (so Captain Torrelli thinks they're mostly harmless kooks instead of a serious threat)Taking Rachel to a horse track is another clue to Dan and Naomi's divorce.As for the trouble in the stalls, it seems realistic that something somewhat [...]

    The Unknown is a weird, weird book which certainly made me wonder if Animorphs has hit its silver age. The first have of the story is actually pretty decent. Horses don't really seem like the logical choice to by the Yeerks second target on Earth and the curiosity of what the artefact in Zone 91 actually is makes for a good hook to keep the reader's attention. There is even a little fun to be had (I love the part where Cassie finds herself forced to run in a horse race). However, then there is t [...]

    Plot:This book seemed to be a little all over the place, but I still enjoyed it for the most part.Setting:The setting is still in the same town the kids live in like in all the other books, but we get to see more of the Gardens, as well as new places like the racetrack and a secret military base.Characters:Nothing with the characters changed too much, though I did enjoy the bantering in between Rachel and Cassie concerning fashion as well as Marco's racehorse idea.Relationships:The relationships [...]

    I got this book for a birthday, not because I was familiar with the series, but simply because there was a horse on the cover. And everyone knew that I was obsessed with horses back then. That is why the only book in htis entire series I that I own is this one: book number 14Safe to say that this series did not grip my like the Fear Street and Goosebumps series that I read at that age. This book is really not abook to only read when you're a horse lover. You do need a little more than that. Hone [...]

    This was one of the sillier books of the series, which is good considering how intense some of them can be. Given that my older brother went hard through the Area 51/X-Files phase when we were kids, I had an appreciation for Crazy Helen and Zone 91 and all that jazz. I also liked that Applegate wrapped in the Encounters aliens as though they really exist in her universe (something more developed in The Andalite Chronicles).Cassie's delight to win the horse race was cute; it's good to see that sh [...]

    This one is very madcap and strange. Don't read it for the A plot, read it for the hilarity and for some character asides. (Fun fact: Rachel's dad thinks taking her to the racetrack to watch him bet on horses is a good post-divorce father-daughter date. Hokay then buddy.)The minds of the animal morphs are some of my favourite things in the series, and Cassie as an aggressive stallion was very well done and amusing to boot. Cassie makes the worst spy in the world and it's amazing, seriously. I lo [...]

    It's the fourteen stories about Animorphs. Hey it's CassieeCassie's father got a phone from someone who live in the desert, asking him to take care a sick horse. A horse which has strange behaviour. Cassie had been asking to help her father. So Cassie, her father, and Rachel are heading to the desert.When they (Cassie n Rachel) arrive, they can see the sick horse. But something strange happen, that horse pick up a phone and trying to phone someone (or something ^_^). A horse trying to make a pho [...]

    There were many ups and downs for this book. Since i am an Animorphs fan, this is the book that is the most changing and important book to read to follow up with the story. While Jake and his team continue to find the great yeerk, he gets into a fight with one of his friends, that makes him want to leave the whole group. When everyone else is in need of Jake, Cassie is too stubborn to apologize to Jake after the whole "finding the horse thing", which causes even more problems to the whole group. [...]

    Normally I don't like Cassie books, but this one was just plain hilarious, which was a nice change after reading #13. In this book, the Animorphs try to find out what's hiding in Zone 91 (the fiction version of Area 51) because the Yeerks are also curious. As it turns out, it's just an Andalite toilet. There are a ton of funny parts, like when they visit Crazy Helen and she mentions pot, or when Cassie talks to her rider when she morphs a race horse. The best scene is definitely one of the last, [...]

    I remember how excited I was the first time I read this. Horses are one of my favorite animals and at that age, I was pretty much horse crazy.My favorite part was when they put Ax in the stall and had him duck down so he looked like a blue horse. I thought that was kind of odd since they are usually so careful about morphing in the open so they don't get discovered, but it looked like they'd get away with it. That is until Marco had to open his big mouth and spoil everything like usual. "Small f [...]

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