The Forgotten (Animorphs #11)
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The Animorphs suddenly find themselves deep in a jungle, but they're not sure where or when.
was happening. I didn't have time to explain. I bent down and began yanking out tufts of bloody grizzly bear fur.
then, in a flash of insight: I had made a terrible mistake. I had risked Ax's life to get the computer, to make it impossible for the Yeerks to fly the Bug fighter. But now, we knew they'd have to fly the Bug fighter to get us home. You could say we had a bargaining chip. You'd think maybe we could trade Visser Three the computer for a ride home. But I knew better. Once he had the computer, the Visser would just kill us. We were trapped. Trapped, because of my own mistake. Chapter 18 5:25
bark and began to calmly preen his wing feathers. "Hi, Ax," I said. "What has Tobias told you?"
I wondered. I was surprised to realize I'd spoken out loud. I'd been talking to myself. "Why not? I say we do it," Rachel said. "There's a huge shock," Marco muttered. "Everyone who is surprised Rachel wants to go for it, raise your hand." "Yeah," I said, shaking off my doubts as well as I could. "Yeah, let's go." I was pretty sure it was the right thing to do, but the responsibility was on me. I could have stopped it. I could have talked them all out of it. I could have done something
were eager to head for the smell of rotting garbage. I was still reeling from the twin sensations of being attacked by a windshield and a spear. The jungle visions were so real. They were so absolutely real. I mean, I felt every single thing while I was in them. I felt heat and humidity on my skin, I felt bugs buzzing my face, I felt . . . But I didn't have time for that now. The Safeway was beyond our ability to see. I mean, it was just so big it had no meaning to our fly eyes. What had