Search for Senna (Everworld #1)
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David's life was pretty normal. School. Friends. Girlfriend. Actually, Senna was probably the oddest aspect of his life. She was beautiful. Smart. But there was something very different about her. Something strange.And on the day it began, everything happened so quickly. One moment, Senna was with him. The next, she was swallowed up by the earth. Her screams echoing from far, far away. David couldn't just let her go. Neither could the others. His friends -- and hers. So, they followed. And found themselves in a world they never could have imagined.Now they have to find Senna and get home without losing their lives. Or their minds. Or both....
twitched into a sneer. “They know nothing,” the winged insect said in a fluttery, whispery voice. “They have stolen my witch!” “You have failed,” the creature said without a trace of emotion. “You have not opened a door into your Old World as you promised Ka Anor you would.” Loki turned to look at the creature. “I could have Fenrir chew you up and crap you out, you Hetwan filth.” “You are a treacherous creature, Loki. Ka Anor knows this. Ka Anor will not be surprised if you kill me. But
me, like some World Wrestling Federation character putting on a ferocious act. Only this was no act. The others were all in the air shaft, crawling like infants. An undignified parade of butts. I could stay and fight. I’d lose. I barely knew which end of a sword to hold on to. Or I could run for it. I backed up into the air shaft, keeping my sword out. The Viking looked disappointed. But he wasn’t going to let me get away. In he came after me. I was crab-walking, scuffling,
“Three days? What do you mean, three days? It was today. Yesterday, I mean.” April nodded, an action that set off a cascade of auburn hair. “It seems like yesterday here and yesterday there aren’t the same day. Just to confuse things further, I don’t know how long I’ve been here. I was asleep. But search your memory, David. You’ll realize you remember being at school yesterday while we were in Everworld.” I stared at her. Probably I looked a little nuts. But it was a lunatic world. The
oars. Go away. Stand with your woman and the other minstrels.” It was a test. At least that’s how I saw it. “If I foul another rower, I will stand with the others,” I said. “Up oars!” the mate yelled in response. All the oars came up out of the water. A sense of anticipation filled the air. Excitement. This wasn’t a crew being driven against its will. There were grins and nods and exchanged winks. “STROKE!” a new voice hollered, and all the oars hit the water at the same moment. I kept
room, a football filed away, was a massive throne. Someone had started with a slab of stone the size of my house and then chiseled it down into a throne. In one wall, high up, were narrow arched windows that glowed dully with gray light. A man sat on the throne, with a wolf pacing the floor before him. Only there was something wrong. Either I was confused about size and distance, or the man and the wolf were each impossibly large. The guards lowered their already low-slung heads and formed