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I'm trying to find a book I read as a young boy mid 90's to very early 2000's, I believe. It featured a team of teen humans who had the ability to transform into various supernatural creatures.

I believe the setting was based in the United States or at least North America.

I remember vividly two characters:

  1. There was a lycanthrope , I remember a name... which is either Kodiak or Kody/Cody. I believe this character also had a love interest within the team.

  2. There was a character who was stereotype alien-like (thin with large head), but I believe was a ghoul or demon of some sorts that is noted to cause accidents in North America. I cannot quite remember if this was a creature in the fictional universe or one of the teens could transform into it. I believe it might be the Dover Demon.

I also remember that the cover, the first few or last pages or so had a list of the creatures and short profiles.

  • have you had any luck? ive been trying to think of the same book i think but cant find it! – user40386 Jan 10 '15 at 9:30
  • Nothing so far! I am hoping that at some point in my lifetime the right person comes across this question. hahaha. – John Jan 11 '15 at 13:59
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There's two posibilities I know of:

  • Animorphs. A team of human teens (and one alien) able to shapeshift into different animals, battling an alien invasion. Not supernatural entities, but it does take place in the USA.
  • Switchers. Human teens able to shapeshift into supernatural characters. Takes place in Ireland, though.

No Kodiak/Kody/Cody, though, I'm afraid.

  • Thanks Dr McCoy, It wasn't the animorphs and it doesn't seem to be switchers either. – John Jan 5 '15 at 9:29
  • Okay, then I don't know, sorry. Good luck finding what you're looking for! :) – DrMcCoy Jan 5 '15 at 12:57
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Might be the Mind Warp series, the first book was called Alien Terror.

  • Not the Mind warp series. Thanks however for a potential good read. – John Jan 27 '15 at 11:31
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This sounds like the Strange Forces series, which was a spin-off of the Strange Matter series. Hope this is what you're looking for!

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    Can you provide any sources or links to your story? Or any bits of text that show its similarities. – Edlothiad Jan 28 '17 at 15:13
  • Please see our guidance on how to write a good answer to a story-ID question. – Rand al'Thor Jan 28 '17 at 15:58

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