Everworld #1: The Search For Senna: K A Applegate: Books – KA Applegate did a Reddit IAMA session in The implication seems to be that her decision to stop writing the Everworld novels was driven by dramatically . Search for Senna (Everworld #1) [K.A. Applegate] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. When David’s girlfriend Senna is swallowed up by the.

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Mystify The Magician by K. But he’s a man. There’s so many Animorphs books out though, it’s a little daunting! I’m not happy with the EW ending. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants.

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Thanks for the recommendations. David fights his way through battle, he kills people, he gets to feel like a man, and the action is helping the build of the climax of the battle and the book.

Three Stars applegatte Rating: I’ve never encounter any writing style quite like K.

His fantasy will never live up to his reality, and, my goodness, I love how he manages to acknowledge this and yet still tears himself apart over it. I’m two feet away from the coach. The harsher tone, violence, allusions to sex, etc. It needed like four more chapters of buildup to have made it a cliffhanger. Hmmm, I can’t tell if these are on your special shelf given the ugly covers. The mythology doesn’t make sense and, while there is lots of violence, the plot so far seems to exist just to torture our four “heroes.


It was mind, it was body, it was sex and money and power and revenge and triumph all rolled into one.

Actually, Senna was probably the oddest aspect of his life. Realm of the Reaper Everworld 04 by K. It is that insubstantial. I was addicted, plain and simple.

Literature Stack Exchange works apppegate with JavaScript enabled. The Mermaids swim around topless, and much to Christopher’s delight, their hair rarely manages to cover their nudity. It’s the only way to stop us.

Everworld Series

Most of us probably won’t get the chance to tra‚Ķ More. In those series, we understand how their societies work, what their views are, what their goals and motives are, and even if there is dissension in the ranks.

Book 6 of Where are Jalil and Applebate Then there is the flimsy and weird reasoning behind what is going on in the “real” world, based on auto-pilot rules that don’t make a lot of sense applsgate moreover don’t seem to add a lot to the narrative.

But you don’t appkegate a lot on that Special Shelf so I guess I gotta read these! But all the mythological stuff from many different cultures and the thrill of adventure are still there. In the midst it does a good job of introducing narrator David Levin’s character, who is plagued by masculine insecurit Search for Senna necessarily has a lot of exposition long story short: Can you explain why you ended it the way you did?

Search for Senna

When I realized Senna was narrating one of the books, I was actually angry. There’s a Terry Pratchett quote from Witches Abroad that applies to him about how some people hold a mirror up to life, then chop off the bits that don’t fit.


They each had minor irritating characteristics which were pointed out by the other charactersbut they were also all admirable and very likable in their own ways. In his monologue, Applegate utterly nailed it, because I remember experiencing those same anxieties about working life and in fact, still do! I read this book as a teenager and only recently bought the last books, so I re-read it last year.

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The Everworld series was probably my favorite thing to applegxte as a teenager. Aoplegate also appreciate David’s issues about college and a career, because it’s something that would resonate with teenagers — that feeling of uncertainty and dread, not knowing where you’re going, the fear of real life spinning out ahead of you, inevitable and dreary.

So I read the first couple chapters and it sucked. And I trust KAA with pretty much everything, tbh. Well, I’d like to thank my childhood friend, Katie a huge bookwormfor shoving these little novels down my almost-non-reading throat when I was twelve.

Sep 12, Joana rated it liked it Shelves: Valorum 2, 9 The first book primarily features Norse mythology as a backdrop as the kids fall in with Vikings heading off to war with Aztecs, and ends with a cliffhanger. It’s not surprising, then, that there isn’t a lot of time for characterization. Only 1 zpplegate in stock – order soon.

Not as good as I remember it being. In the book, there are Mermen as well.