Review: The Conspiracy

Series: Animorphs: #31

It’s an odd one to pair with The Reunion. In both cases, we have an Animorph with a family member controller. In both cases, it’s too close to home. But Marco made the call–even if it’s going to tear him up later to do it.

Now it’s Jake’s turn.

You know what Marco and I used to talk about? Whether Batman could beat Spiderman. Whether Sega was better than Nintendo. Whether some girl would rather go out with him or me.

And now . . .

“What are we, anymore, Marco? What has happened to us?”

He didn’t answer. I didn’t expect him to. We both knew what had happened.

Man these books get dark.

That’s one reason I like them. They don’t get into everything, but they really do get into enough.