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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I love your review so much. Probably my favourite one you’ve ever done. I’d never heard of this series until evetworld mentioned it to me. So obviously I really want to read it now after this 5 star review!
Ugh, I wish I wasn’t such a slow reader with a backlog of books to read that I currently have my hands on. If what you say is true, that I’m going to want to read one applsgate the other, then I’m going to need time and access to them before I start reading.
Hopefully not too far into the future. And I love Animorphs!
I had no idea this was the same author. That was all you had to mention to get me interested: Haha, I’m so glad you liked it and read it!
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I was afraid no one would read this review because, well, eveworld at those covers?! Yeah, you definitely will need one after the other.
This is more like they took one big book and then cut it into smaller sections, so the story doesn’t end at all in each book. I haven’t, yet, but I plan on trying them out after loving Everworld so much. There’s so many Animorphs books out though, it’s a little daunting! Do you need to read them all at once? OMG this was the series that got me into YA lit and eberworld.
It applgate great to read about them again and just seeing the book covers brought back so many memories. Looks like I might have to hit up the library again.
Oh wow, you’re the first person I’ve spoken to who has read this series! You’ve just made me so happy. I read a couple of the Animorphs books in elementary school. Don’t remember much about them but as a 9 year old I liked them. So they were perhaps a bit on the young side, you might not enjoy them as much as you would have if you were younger. And I loved the TV show, too!
Hm, well, I’m still interested. Even if not for me, then for my library patrons.
I have a lot of kids that age applebate would probably be interested. I used to love the show! I don’t remember much about it now, but I do remember I loved the main guy. I think he morphed into a golden retriever. I used to think he was so cute. I loved Animorphs too! Ooh, she’s the author of The Dark is Rising cycle, right? That one is on my TBR. I really need to read applrgate one of these days.
Thanks for the recommendations.
Hmmm, I can’t tell if these are on your special shelf given the ugly covers. I remember saying you couldn’t draw, but I wonder what you’d put on the front. I’m almost breathless from reading your review!
But you don’t put a lot on that Special Apllegate so I guess Evwrworld gotta read these! I think I’ll put a book cover on them while I read them! I, too, loved this series, but unfortunately the ending completely destroyed that for me. I felt cheated by that ending because it effectively cut off whet could have been one of the great fantasy series and possibly even K. Applegate’s magnum opus and instead detonated an explosion in our faces and left us to try and pick up the pieces from the ruin.
I was left with so many questions, all of which remain unanswered, and the way in which the series ended makes the entire series feel applegatte. I’m convinced it was unfinished, because there are way too many things left unanswered, way too many plot threads left open. I could list them all — I already have elsewhere — but that would take much too long.
It honestly feels like the series only ever reached the end of the first act of this everworldd story, if that far. But my biggest problem with the series is that we never got a true insight into the Herwan and, more importantly, Ka Anor. These are the main bad guys, and we know nothing about them except that they all apparently “live to serve Ka Anor” and that Ka Anor himself eats other gods.
In all of K. Applegate’s other series, we get an insight into, and even POV from, the alien races: 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.
We never get that with the Hetwan, which I feel is the series’ biggest wasted potential. Could you imagine if we introduced a Hetwan character who, let’s say, represented a part of the Hetwan populace that had gravitated away from worship of Ka Anor?
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Or even if — and this could be Ka Anor’s history — the Hetwan had other gods initially, but Ka Anor consumed them, forced the Hetwan into servitude and then brought them to Everworld? How awesome would that be? How much more interesting would that make the story?
I agree with you completely. I just finished the series thinking Evrworld had one more book and bam! There was no ending. I feel very let down.
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Is that summary kind of convoluted? The thing is, there’s so evrrworld that happens in this series that it’s really difficult to explain it all without giving everything away or not giving enough away.
Just trust me, the books are way more awesome than my summary make them sound. I happened upon this series at a library sale years ago.
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I was able to pick up 9 of the 12 books, but stuck them in a drawer and pretty much forgot about them. I reluctantly decided to give the series a try now and honestly thought I’d get through the first book and then decide to give the rest apllegate. I mean, look at the covers? They look pretty amateurish and juvenile.