Book Reviews of The Separation (Animorphs #32)

The Separation (Animorphs #32)
The Separation - Animorphs #32
Author: K. A. Applegate
ISBN-13: 9780439070324
ISBN-10: 0439070325
Pages: 176
Reading Level: Ages 9-12
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.

4.2 stars, based on 20 ratings
Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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A late fourth grade to fifth grade reading level. An elementary geared science fiction series.
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My son loves these books.
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Rachel is falling apart. Literally. Her newest morph has the ability to regenerate its limbs, but when Rachel demorphs there's a lot mroe Rachel than when she started out. One more Rachel, to be exact. Rachel is an okay person to have around. But two could be considered overkill. Especially two Rachels with completely opposite personalities: one is pathetically weak; one is super strong and super nasty.
Now the Animorphs have to figure out a way to put Rachel back together again. Because it's up to the "twins," Rachel the wek will surrender to Visser Three. Rachel the super bold will try to single-handedly take him down. And twice the trouble may be twice as much as the other Animorphs and Ax can handle...
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This was an interesting one in the series, yet corny at the same time. Sometimes it really feels like the author is reaching to continue her series with strange new twists.
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Really good, about the internal battle within Rachel and how it kind of relates to Tobias's internal battle as well.