Brought to you by The Moonlight Library! Tobias has been contacted by a long-lost cousin who wants to take him in after the reading of his fathers will. One of the free Hork-Bajir babies has gone missing. Tobias is having an identity crisis. Just your average day for your average Bird-Boy. Like I said, this novel is pretty much about Tobias identity crisis.
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One vital update before this review. I was advised just after arriving in Hermann unofficially that I will be working remote when I return to Kansas City. Yay for saving gas and for mental health of not constantly being in danger of the coronavirus! But enough chit chat. I just finished reading Animorphs 23, The Pretender.
And what she tells Tobias definitely gets his attention. So, Tobias needs to attend the reading. The Review: I gave this book five coming of age stars! The blurb pretty much explains the core plot of this novel with one exception. The free Hork Bajir are a large part of this novel and play a very important role. It even ties into the Hork Bajir Chronicles the last book. How great is that? Anywho, back to the beginning. To make matters worse, a cousin claims to be looking for him and wants to take care of him.
Does Tobias really have family out there that cares for him? Is there something darker underneath the surface of this offer? But I really mean that. This was a great portrayal of Tobias coming to terms with not only who he is, but what he wants out of life and what is most important to him.
Obviously, Tobias is the star, but I really loved his interactions with Rachel specifically this time around. I freaking knew it! The others are there too and it felt very well-balanced. The plot was really great, even though I was skeptical at the beginning. There was a lot of heart in this story, some interesting revelations, and plenty of action too!
I especially liked how the Hork Bajir came more into the picture on this one. It really solidified how great this book was for me. I honestly have no negative things to say. I dare not speak ill of this wonderful book! Thanks for stopping by, and happy reading! Have you read this book before? What did you think?
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Book Review: Animorphs #23, The Pretender
She says her name is Aria. And some woman named Aria who is supposedly my cousin. Someone has figured out who I am. Applegate , is the twenty-third book in the Animorphs series. It is the sixth book narrated by Tobias and the third book with Tobias as the sole narrator.