Big announcements and a big book. That’s what we have for you this week. But I won’t go into that here. There’s way too much to talk about, and I wouldn’t want to spoil any of it. I’ll suffice to say this just may be our biggest episode yet. We’ve got some cool stuff in the works, and the podcast may be evolving. We’ll see. I guess I’m just trying to say that after our read-through of Animorphs book 13: The Change, we too are ready for a change of our own. . . .
In this episode we’re talking about how terrible the Animorphs TV show is, an announcement for next week’s special episode, we try out our Hork-Bajir accents, getting sexist about female Hork-Bajir, the political beef between Andalites and Hork-Bajir, the “something else” that’s in Tobias, how to tell a male Hork-Bajir from a female Hork-Bajir, and how Tobias gets his groove back! All that and more in our review of Animorphs book 13, “The Change.”
Here’s the part where I tell you all to subscribe to the show on iTunes and/or Stitcher. It’s actually super important because it helps more people find us. If you could find it in your heart to rate our show and review it as well, that’s even better. Don’t forget: you can email us your thoughts on the next book, “The Andalite Chronicles” at Thoughtspeakcast@gmail.com and we’ll read them at the end of our next episode. We make no promises on whether or not we’ll make fun of you, though…
Who ya gonna call?
• Hosts Mitchell and Coleman announce the recent news of the Animorphs TV show heading to Netflix, as well as discuss their big surprise for next week’s episode.
Summary and Plot (14:00)
• The guys walk us through Animorphs book 13, the one where they run through the forest a lot.
Book Review (01:25:35)
• Final Verdict:
Final Thoughts/ Wrap up (01:36:17)
• The guys discuss the Trivia and Reddit comments for the week and read emails.
Today’s collection comes from Dylan Stone, who had this to say about it:
“Hey thought speak, it’s me Dylan and this is my animorphs collection. I don’t have all the books, a lot of them I read from the library. Here are the ones I have: the whole first 9, two copies of number 10, 11,12,13,14,17,19, the David trilogy, 23,24, 25,26, 27,28, 29, 30,33,35,38,40, 41,43,44,45,47,48,49. I have all the chronicles and I have almost all the megamorphs ( I’m ordering megamorphs 4 online right now). I own a few odd duck books, alternamorphs 1 and the Animorphs tv show book. I can’t wait for your review of number 13 the change. That book is one of my favorite books.”
That’s quite the setup you’ve got there, Dylan. Is it in some particular order?