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by Katherine Applegate


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This book is mediocre The author obviously did her homework here, really bringing the Gods to life.

This book is mediocre. Average for an Everworld book, a bit better than "Fear the Fantastic" but not as good as "Enter the Enchanted" or "Discover the Destroyer. The storyline, and especially the character of Senna, are so thoroughly wasted that it is almost enough to send a person into depression. The author obviously did her homework here, really bringing the Gods to life.

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Ancient gods and evil aliens are at war, fighting for control of Everworld. David, Christopher, Jalil and April have finally found allies in Everworld who stand half a chance against the evil Ka-Anor.

David, Christopher, Jalil and April have finally found allies in Everworld who stand half a chance against the evil Ka-Anor. They've joined forces with the mighty Greek Gods to defend against the Hetwan's latest attack.

This was Club Everworld. Get notified when Everworld No. 7: Gateway to the Gods is updated. And once you made it really clear, several times, that no, you really, actually, for sure did not want a glass of wine, or mead, or ale; and no, you honestly didn't want the "services" Of a young handsome god, an old lecher god, an effeminate god, a macho god, a god disguised as a bull, an eagle, a ram, a horse, for crying out loud, or a goat, but would really, really, actually rather just sleep, it was quite enjoyable.

Katherine A. Applegate. Everworld (8 items) list by Rahul Das. Published 13 years, 9 months ago. View all Gateway to the Gods (Everworld lists. Manufacturer: Scholastic Release date: 1 May 2000 ISBN-10 : 0590877666 ISBN-13: 9780590877664.

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Katherine Alice Applegate (born July 19, 1956) is an American writer, best known as the author of the Animorphs, Remnants, Everworld and other book series. Everworld Gateway to the Gods. She won the 2013 Newbery Medal for her children's novel The One and Only Ivan. Applegate's most popular books are science fiction, fantasy, and adventure novels. She won the Best New Children's Book Series Award in 1997 in Publishers Weekly. Her book Home of the Brave has won two awards. She has recently written an early chapters series called Roscoe Riley Rules. Everworld Brave the Betrayal. Everworld Inside the Illusion.

Katherine Alice Applegate (born October 9, 1956) is an American young adult and children's fiction writer, best known as the author of the Animorphs, Remnants, Everworld, and other book series. She won the 2013 Newbery Medal for her 2012 children's novel The One and Only Ivan. Her book Home of the Brave has won several awards.

April, Jalil, David, and Christopher join forces with the ancient Greek gods of Everworld against the deadly and alien Ka-Anor, who has grown even more powerful.

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Shistus
This series is like some kind of twisted literature drug. It's so horrible, so mediocre, and so inspiring, all at the same time. I have to read on, I want to read on, I have to find out what happens, but I don't want to at the same time, and I can't stop.

I love and hate these books. There are traces of how good Everworld could have been, and those bits are truly inspiring. However, I keep finding myself imagining just that, what Everworld could have been in the hands of a better author, and then this seems like poorly written fanfiction that disappoints completely.

I resolved, after finishing the last book, that I would lock these away and deprive myself of Everworld for awhile. Then I got the next three books. I took one glance inside the cover of "Inside the Illusion" and my mind was instantly changed. I am now powering through "Brave the Betrayal" as fast as possible to get to book nine.

April narrates this book, though she doesn't put much into it. There were moments when the narration could have been coming from Christopher, or David, or Jalil, and I wouldn't have known the difference. Character development has been declining since "Discover the Destroyer" and in "Gateway to the Gods" all the characters seem almost robotic. There are still some interesting interactions, but only some. The characters are acting like puppets, concentrating only on doing their role in the plot and rarely, if ever, actually interacting with others and thinking like human beings.

A good example is about halfway through the book when Senna suddenly shows up once more and again demonstrates her characteristic scheming brilliance and ambition. The other characters, despite all that's happened, simply grumble and make sure its known that they don't trust her, then accept her help. You'd think they'd all have strong things to say to her, lots of questions and conflicted feelings, but they don't. April again takes the liberty of reminding us the readers how much she hates her half-sister, no reasons given. I'm really beginning to wonder where this came from, but it seems to exist just because it does. A deeper explanation of where the animosity between these two characters springs from would have been interesting, but we don't get any of that.

This book takes place in Olympus, and the storyline, while it could have been interesting if expanded, is so brief and compact that it's no wonder that this book is so tiny. We get the barest glimpse of the Greek Pantheon, who are shown in a rather fittingly pathetic and humorous light. At the very least, KA Applegate did the necessary research on classical mythology. We get a mediocre climax that was entirely predictable and not much in the way of an ending, which itself sparsely detailed and cut off abruptly. The characters behave rather strangely during this time, with little explanation.

This book is mediocre. Average for an Everworld book, a bit better than "Fear the Fantastic" but not as good as "Enter the Enchanted" or "Discover the Destroyer." The storyline, and especially the character of Senna, are so thoroughly wasted that it is almost enough to send a person into depression. I'm going to finish this miserable series to get the full impression of the story and of Senna's character, but only for the sake of the first impressions of Everworld I had, the excellent story that this could have been.
Ricep
Read the series in school and wanted to own it myself. Has a great parallel universe story greatly related to our mythical gods of the past. Historical fiction so amazing I feel like I'm there with them experiencing all the ups and downs. It is a great way to avoid boredom on a rainy day. Easy and fun to read I recommend for everyone
Cells
when i was younger i loved this series. I read it again and I pretty much still love it. lots of action and adventure. Its a story that you can really lose yourself in.
Kesalard
This is a great book great for all ages and great price since you can no longer find this series in stores.
Iarim
wonderful book, recommend this to anyone looking for a great novel to sit and get lost in... check it out!
Frosha
Rated very good and I agree. No crease in the binder no marking on pages or bends! Pages do fan somewhat that shows mild use. Shows minimal wear, no complaints great price! Fast shipping great company to do business with. Thank you!
Paster
The series seems to get better with each book, and this one in particuler has to be my favorite so far. Here, the kids find themselves on Olympus amoung the gods, having been summoned in the last book, to help fight Ka Anor and his Hetwan, who are holding Olympus (which also happens to be one of the last strongholds against them) at siege. April, (my favorite) tells the tale once again, as she also has to struggle against real world problems of her own. The exciting storyline, the compelling and interesting characters, and the vivid setting really contributed to this book's coolness, but really, what made the whole story for me was the inclusion of all the Greek mythology! The author obviously did her homework here, really bringing the Gods to life. I wouldn't recommend this series to litte kids, to the often intense violence and gore, and I'd also recommend reading all the books in order; they don't stand well on their own and you'll be hopelessly confused otherwise.
This books finds the four making it out of Hetwan country and getting to Olympus. There they are pampered with wonderfully soft beds, all the food they can eat and being waited on hand and foot. What more could they possibly want?!? Deep down they know they need to still stop Ka Anor or there will be no more Olympus. But when they meet these gods and find out how arrogant and self-centered they are, it turns out to be harder to get there help than they thought. Then on top of that, they find out that the Coo Hatch are making weapons with there special metal for the Hetwan's. How will they be able to overcome these obsticles? Read to find out!
Gateway to the Gods (Everworld #7) download epub
Science Fiction & Fantasy
Author: Katherine Applegate
ISBN: 0590877666
Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Language: English
Publisher: Apple; 1st Edition 1st Printing edition (May 1, 2000)
Pages: 176 pages