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Marco and the other Animorphs have managed to find out where the Yeerks are planning to build their next ground-based Kandrona. That's a good thing. But the location is supposed to be somewhere near the North Pole. That's a bad thing. The Animorphs know that the Yeerks are a "cold-blooded" species, but this is a little nuts! Who wants to be near the North Pole without Arctic morphs - and wearing spandex?

Even so, the kids know that if the Yeerks succeed with their plan, Earth is pretty much done for. And Marco and the other Animorphs aren't quite ready to give up the fight.

©1999 Katherine Applegate (P)2022 Scholastic Inc

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In earlier books I thought maybe Ramon De Ocampo might not have been the best fit for Marco (sounding noticeably older than the other performers) but I've very much warmed up to him by this point. He understands the character very well and gives a nuanced performance. He understands the dramatic moments, but most importantly he understands the desperation of Marco's "comedic" moments. Fantastic job.