Out of the three books in this series I've read, this is probably my favorite, which is probably attributed to the introduction of characters from Arthurian legend and the female perspective absent from the first two books. Just as fast-paced and action-filled as the others, the co-mingling of Norse mythology and legends of King Arthur are intriguing, and leave me interested in what happens next in the series.
This is a good one for teenagers- I'm just too old for the style.
Jalil, April, David and Chris still haven't found Senna. They still haven't found their way out of Everworld. And â though they have managed to stay alive â things are starting to get worse. Because Jalil and the others are about to encounter one of the most powerful of Everworld inhabitants. He is called Merlin.
Merlin is the unseen force behind much of what happens in Everworld. And there is a good chance he knows where to find Senna. But he has his own agenda. And it doesn't necessarily include helping Jalil and the others. Now, they're about to discover what happens when you mess with Merlin...
This is book 3 in the Everworld series. This book is in April's point of view. In this one they meet Merlin, dragons and knights of the round table. They find themselves at there mercy because Loki has appeared and wants his witch (Senna) and will stop at nothing to get her. Merlin wants to keep Senna from Loki and a battle ensues. In this book you'll find out why Senna is so important and why everyone "wants" her
This is a great book! A really awesome fantasy series!