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The Message By K.A. Applegate Katherine Applegate The Message It all started with the dreams But Cassie didn t pay much attention to them She and her friends had all been having weird dreams since they d first learned to morph Maybe it was just some crazy side e

  • Title: The Message
  • Author: K.A. Applegate Katherine Applegate
  • ISBN: 9780590629805
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Message By K.A. Applegate Katherine Applegate It all started with the dreams But Cassie didn t pay much attention to them She and her friends had all been having weird dreams since they d first learned to morph Maybe it was just some crazy side effect.
    The Message By K.A. Applegate Katherine Applegate

    The Message MSG Version Information BibleGateway The Message strives to help readers hear the living Word of God the Bible in a way that engages and intrigues us right where we are Some people like to read the Bible in Elizabethan English Others The Message Christian Pop and Christian Rock Music Though he grew up wanting to be a professional bowler, these days Doug is a jock on The Message reminding listeners that God is a God of grace, and that you don t have to work harder to earn The Message Feb , Directed by Timothy Armstrong, Fernando De La Cruz With Chloe Lukasiak, Tori Keeth, Jennifer Aquino, James Bartz A bereaved girl tries to get a message to her dead mother. The Message Jul , Directed by Moustapha Akkad With Anthony Quinn, Irene Papas, Michael Ansara, Johnny Sekka This epic historical drama chronicles the life and times of Prophet Muhammad and serves as The Message Bible

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    1. Ashley on said:

      The Message is our first Cassie book, and that means it s time to question the morality of our actions Hurray.In all honesty, when I was a kid, sometimes Cassie s books frustrated me a little bit I thought she was a wet blanket and her hair was boring I could never understand why she was always questioning everything, like, shouldn t it just be obvious what s right and wrong Why are you so upset all the time, girl Calm down and just enjoy turning into a dolphin JEEZ LOUISE.Now, though, I recogni [...]

    2. Ben Babcock on said:

      One of the highlights of re reading this series is the intense 1990s nostalgia it s bringing back These books have aged so much, and it s no one s fault but the march of time and technology In The Visitor, Rachel talks in code by inviting Jake over to listen to a new CD And here in The Message, Jake produces a VCR tape of a nightly news show kids, I won t bother explaining what VCRs were, but let s just say the modern equivalent would be pulling up a clip on YouTube This technological ennui exte [...]

    3. Julie on said:

      And now, still following the pattern, Cassie finds her reason for fighting it s like loyalty missions in Mass Effect, I swear to god This book always lodged pretty well in my memory and I really like it, because WHALES and DOLPHINS and SHARKS, and another terrifying alien morph from Visser Three, and bonus the book introduces one of my favourite fictional characters of practically all time Ax .Favourite quotes now added view spoiler Mostly, if you want to know what I look like, picture a girl in [...]

    4. Jenny Clark on said:

      Parts are starting to get repetitive, like the whole We can t tell you our names, ect , but I suppose that, and the reminder that Tom is a Controller and Tobias is stuck in morph are needed, since not everyone starts at the beginning As usual, awesome description of the morphing, and the animal mind I love how Cassie has the conflict of if morphing something as intelligent as a dolphin is right Also, the dolphin whale interactions were lovely I also enjoyed the Cassie Jake scenes It was interest [...]

    5. 혜민 on said:

      i just wanna know why whales are the only animals w souls so far maybe only cassie can tell

    6. Robert on said:

      Big changes happen in this book so it s a must read There were a couple of plot choices I disagreed with, but as a whole it was pretty good.More reviews at ReadingOverTheShoulder

    7. mindy on said:

      Ok Finished Cassie s story and I think I love her even as an adult than I did as a kid This one really confirms the fact that in the 90s, we are all really obsessed with dolphins.

    8. The Library Ladies on said:

      Originally reviewed at thelibraryladies Narrator CassiePlot Cassie and Tobias have been having strange dreams of the ocean And when the Animorphs begin to see signs that the Yeerks, too, are showing interest in a specific part of the ocean, they decide they d better check it out They morph dolphins, and with the help of their whale friend, they discover a piece of the Andalite home ship sunk to the bottom of the ocean And even importantly, there s an Andalite on board, but not the adult warrior [...]

    9. Julie Decker on said:

      Cassie and Tobias have been hearing a weird distress call coming from under the sea It turns out that it s a stranded Andalite ship, and Cassie, in an unusual position of decision making, has to figure out what to do The Animorphs run a mission to investigate the submerged ship, morphed as dolphins, and though they successfully enter the ship and find an abandoned and scared teenaged Andalite, the Yeerks have found the ship too The Animorphs and their new friend Ax face Visser Three briefly, and [...]

    10. Marchel on said:

      It s the fourth story about Animorphs It s Cassie turn to tell their story.A nice description about sea, its creature whale, shark, dolphin etc , and it is very interesting to know about dolphin feeling.K.A Applegate description about sea s creature is great It s not common to tell a story about sea s creature What I mean is, we have less knowledge about dolphin and whale and its point of view.Yes, we know that dolphin have sense, and have ability to think, and often to jump out from water.But d [...]

    11. Nikki on said:

      I was ready for this to be the first one I didn t like because Cassie is my least favourite narrator, but I totally enjoyed it I feel like her narration, maybe a teensie bit so than the others, gives great insight into the characters, because she is gentle, caring and good at reading people I also relate to her not wanting to make decisions or be in charge, because she doesn t want to be responsible for people s lives I found some of the morph action bits a bit far fetched this time around, but [...]

    12. Nia on said:

      This book is little too far fetched for me, but maybe it s just because I don t connect with Cassie as I do with the others I really enjoyed her perspective and a peek into her mind, she s far nicer than I could ve ever imagined I liked how nature was brought in this time, it s telling of how the Earth will do anything to protect those who are her children I sorta believe in that and I kinda loved that bit Another great Animorphs book, as usual.

    13. Matt Mazenauer on said:

      Good The ocean is very dangerous, some of our first glances at the mythology of animals being than we humans suspect, clever strategy and planning to get to the sea floor.Less than good Ultra convenience of an Andalite survivor chilling in Sandy the Squirrel s Bikini Bottom glass dome park.

    14. August Busch on said:

      It s funny this one was one of my favorites when I was younger I think it was because it was set in the ocean But wow, how time has changed So far this was my least favorite The plot devices were awful Getting messages via dreams cliche but OK Figuring out were the ship is from a whale Ok lets put some effort into this.

    15. Nic on said:

      This was actually the first Animorphs book I ever read, purchased for me almost a decade ago by a clueless Mom who knew I liked books and dolphins Thanks, mom.Cassie was always my favorite character, because I was so jealous of her cool homelife Plus, Ax is introduced in this book, and who doesn t like an alien Lll LEE UN ALEEYUN.

    16. Issam on said:

      To the older fans re reading the series, I have compiled the reprint edit list here hiracdelest missions books relaunch 04m

    17. Jackie Krasuski on said:

      I do not know how I ever would have survived junior high without this fantastic science fiction series Maybe the story quality went down as the book numbers got higher, but the idea that aliens were invading our planet secretly it was almost good enough for a young teenager to believe.

    18. Stephanie on said:

      Cassie s turn to narrate, and to find her reason to fight the Yeerks But than that, both her and Tobias are receiving a message in their dreams, a call for help And it s up to Cassie to decide if that call is real, and if it is worth risking all the Animorphs lives to find out who or what is calling for help It s only now that I get the joke about the dolphins names at The Gardens they re named after the characters of Friends Some fun favorite quotes from this book I was busy watching my taped [...]

    19. Loyal on said:

      The Animorphs series was a huge part of my childhood Overall, all of these books were excellently written, and a fantastic book series to share with kids They dealt with a lot of important themes, often dark, but in a relatable and easy to access way This book in particular was always one of my favorites The first told from Cassie s perspective, this book also introduces Ax to the series, a beloved and much awaited addition I was excited to start reading Animorphs again, but chose to pick up the [...]

    20. Joy on said:

      I love Ax And I love Cassie So this was a good one.Once again, there s a moment when the battle is nearly lost and the team just calmly confronts death Saying well, goodbye and everything A group of kids that have been fighting for, what, a month It s not realistic but it s super heavy and I always appreciated how these books are not one bit sugar coated.I have no idea how long the authors thought this series was going to last, because the stakes are already so high It s moving so fast.

    21. Charleigh on said:

      They get dreams from the sea that might be an Andalite And they morph dolphins, and then Marco almost dies of being bit in half by a shark, holy shit They find Ax and get chased by Visser Three, but the whales rescue them from Visser Three and then rescue them from their own stupidity of not having a plan for getting back to shore Ax chooses to morph male, which goes along with my theories of Andalites not having genders like humans.

    22. Kristen Coffin on said:

      It isn t necessary to believe whales are as smart as humans to believe that they are great They don t have to know words to sing songs They don t have to be anything but what they are to be magnificent And even though I don t really know what a soul is, I know this if humans have them, then so do whales Cool, cool, cool We get awesome new dolphin morphs Crazy new alien attacks Plus a fun new Animorph who is literally adorable.

    23. Serena on said:

      Cassie and Tobias have been having strange dreams of the ocean And when the Animorphs begin to see signs that the Yeerks, too, are showing interest in a specific part of the ocean, they decide they d better check it out Full review here at the thelibraryladies.

    24. Mary Thomas on said:

      Love this series I can t believe I didn t read them as a kid maybe the timing didn t line up right with when they were published I also can t believe that my large public library doesn t carry these books any I ve had to scrounge around at Half Price Bookstores to add them to my 4th grade classroom library I really enjoyed this book, especially the descriptions about being a dolphin.

    25. katie lang on said:

      I felt the terrible hatred surge in me again But I didn t want to end my life that way I would not die with hate in my heart That would be one victory I could deny Visser Three I love Cassie I forgot how much I love Cassie, but what a great kid.

    26. Alexis Stringham on said:

      This gets a star it probably doesn t deserve because I really like Dolphins

    27. Coolkid97 (Toby) on said:

      i REALLY realy enjoyed this one took me a long time to read because of my work schedule but it was so fun and i love Ax.

    28. Jonathan Grant on said:

      I kind of remembered the ending, but I might be confusing it with a different book.

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