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Brave The Betrayal (Everworld #8)
Brave The Betrayal - Everworld #8
Author: K. A. Applegate
Ever since they became trapped in Everworld, David, Christopher, April, and Jalil have encountered a lot of weird things. But their newest adventure is their oddest yet. They're trapped in an area totally messed up even by Everworld standards - it's a place that's upside down! Why are they there? Well, they angered a bunch of African gods by ref...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780590878548
ISBN-10: 0590878549
Pages: 208
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Publisher: Scholastic Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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For the teenargers, David, Christopher, Jalil and April, another trip to EverWold finds them seeking to reach Egypt. To do so they must cross a desert filled with enemies endeavoring to kill them and animals who pursue them.

Narrator of this adventure is Jalil who at one point finds himself engulfed in flames. Realizing that he is dying, Jalil's terror for himself and those with him is immense only to discover that the experience is only illusion. Who or what caused this explerience? April, too, encounters a terrifying illusion. The character causing these events takes many forms. Somehow the group must outwit him to complete their journey.

In addition, life in their own world continues with its own challenges. Jalil meets a young woman he wants to date and must help Christopher who is threatened with a beating. Moving from EverWorld to their true lives is confusing and stressful. When will this all end?
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I would have to say that so far this was my least favorite book. Don't get me wrong though, I still enjoyed it.
This books has the group leaving Olympus in order to find Senna's mom in Egypt. They must find Senna's mom so she can send the Coo Hatch back to there own world so they'll agree to quit making weapons for the Hetwan. They make it to Africa where they meet Eshu. He turns out to be a "speaker" for the African gods and claims that they must make a sacrifice to please the gods. The majority of the group is against this and so Eshu sends them through many perils. One of them is sending to a world where everything is upside down. There they meet some of there Viking friends. Can they make it out of this world alive without having to make a sacrifice?