Book Report: Realm of the Reaper (Everworld #4) by K.A. Applegate

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Realm of the Reaper (Everworld, #4)Realm of the Reaper by Katherine Applegate

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Things have gotten way beyond weird. First April, Jalil, David and Christopher end up in Everworld. Since then, they’ve been hunted by trolls, entertained Vikings, fought in a war against Aztects and their heart-eating god, encountered Merlin, met some strange alien metalsmiths, and got a chance to see their very first real, live dragon. It’s been a strange few days, to say the least. Their “journey” started out as a search for a friend, but things have turned dangerous. Because now April and the others are about to discover the true opposite of heaven – and it isn’t a very nice place…. More

Book Report: Enter the Enchanted (Everworld #3) by K.A. Applegate

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Enter the Enchanted (Everworld, #3)Enter the Enchanted by Katherine Applegate

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

In a parallel universe where mythology is real and wild imaginings are ordinary, four friends still haven’t found Senna–or their way out of Everworld. They are about to encounter Merlin, one of the most powerful inhabitants of Everworld. He might know where to find Senna, but he has his own agenda. More

Book Report: Land of Loss (Everwold #2) by K.A. Applegate

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Land of Loss (Everworld, #2)Land of Loss by Katherine Applegate

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

In the dark past, Zeus and Odin, Huitzilopoctli and Ra, and the other gods of myth decided to abandon the real world. They created another universe where magic rules, where all the mystery and terror of these capricious immortals holds sway. It is a place where Vikings still sail in the name of Thor, where the Aztecs still make human sacrifices to Huitzilopoctli, and where Merlin More

Book Report: Search for Senna (Everworld #1) by K.A. Applegate

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Search for Senna (Everworld, #1)

Search for Senna by Katherine Applegate

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

In the dark past, Zeus and Odin, Huitzilopoctli and Ra, and the other gods of myth decided to abandon the real world. They created another universe, where magic rules, where all the mystery and terror of these capricious immortals holds sway. It is a place where Vikings still sail in the name of Thor, where the Aztecs still make human sacrifices to Huitzilopoctli, and where Merlin still weaves his subtle webs. More

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