This book started out a bit slow and redundant for me. The series has definitely lost that unique quality that made it so fun to read at first. Although, I'm sure young kids won't even be bothered by this as they're easier to amuse. Overall, it's an okay read, but I'm looking forward to getting to the end of this series now that I've made it this far.
My son loved this book along with the whole colection.
There is a change for the free Hork-Bajir on Earth to help start a rebellion against the Yeerks on the Hork-Bajir home world. And they've learned from the last surviving Arn-the race that created the Hork-Bajir-that Aldrea, daughter of Prince Seerow, knew the location of a stolen Yeerk vessel packed with weapons.
Unfortunately, the only way to recover the ship is to ask Aldrea herself-and she's dead. But the Arn has Aldrea's persona stored. And Cassie, Rachel, or Toby Harnee are the closest match. The only problem is that once Aldrea gets into one of their minds, she may not want to come out...