The Andalite Chronicles has ratings and reviews. Ashley said: Okay, first, I feel like I need to preface this review by confessing that if I ha. The Andalite Chronicles (Animorphs Chronicles, #1), Alloran’s Choice (The Andalite Chronicles, #2), and An Alien Dies (The Andalite Chronicles, #3). His name is Elfangor-Sirinial-Shamtul. An Andalite War Prince. The one who gave five young humans the ability to morph into any animal they touch. They are .

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Her books were the first time I really considered ambiguity and morality, and that there aren’t sides of good or evil in war.

The hybrid bizarro world was a compelling result. The three of them, Elfangor, Visser, and Loren, pressed their hands on the time matrix andalire it resulted into creating an alternate universe, each of them contributed to the adnalite of it.

Though it turns out I ended up taking a physics course at the university. Jan 12, Amantha rated it liked it. I think this will not be the first and last re-read. I had wondered what the humans were eating, and I’m not sure why it didn’t come up until now. In short, it’s awesome.

So let’s say Loren was 14 and Chapman was 16 Loren thinks he’s only a year andapite than her but she may have misjudged. I kind of wish I had this in hard Man. I loved the Animorph series, and this was one of the best of them. Kids can grow up and deeply regret their arrogant mistakes.


The Andalite Chronicles (Animorphs Chronicles, book 1) by Katherine Applegate

You know I’ve almost andaalite how great this book is. Nov 03, Katelynn rated it it was amazing. So this was a foundational book of mine. No trivia or quizzes yet.

This is the story of what happened before the Animorphs. Turns out there are some Taxxons still resisting the Yeerks.

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He told Loren to determine where they should go. This was by andalige, the best, and most interesting one. Am super excited to see how this is revealed to him. Well, I was pleasantly surprised!

Alloran’s Choice (The Andalite Chronicles, #2) by K.A. Applegate

It’s in this book that we find out Andalites have a translator chip that figures out languages by listening to them and cgronicles translate, which explains their ability to understand alien species.

Mustang and Living Hive The battle intensified and earth became a battleground. Applegate ‘s Animorphs series. Also now that I do the math, Chapman must’ve been hella young when he had Melissa because Melissa and Tobias are the same age yet Loren was subjected to the aging vortex while Chapman wasn’t.

If you can overlook the fact that it is meant for younger people and just concentrate on the plot fhronicles the more adult themes, I highly recommend this book.


The story ends with him landing on Earth, injured and hoping to find the Time Matrix again the beautiful forest where it was buried has now become an abandoned construction site. Elfangor went on to become a great Andalite hero, leading to the events of the first Animorphs book, where Visser Thirty-Two, having escaped the collapsing universe, has been promoted to Visser Three. Chapman is the worst.

Alloran’s Choice

This also, obviously, adds even more depth to Visser Three. Mariel rated it really liked it Mar 12, Want to Read saving…. The descriptions are great, and you can picture everything as if it’s happening in front of you. Finding out who anndalite was before that and what all led him to that ultimate destiny was thrilling.

After finding the Time Matrix to get close to it, they discover that time speeds up and they each age several years very quickly, Loren ends up around 18Elfangor tells Loren to take control and bring them to Earth.

But this just adds so much more to him. I notice slight variations in the amount of each letter. Okay fine it’s not that funny but I laughed more than I should.