Everville: The First Pillar
Owen Sage is the emblematic college freshman at Easton Falls University. With all the worries about his first year in college, he was not prepared for what would happen next. His way of life was flipped upside down when he mysteriously crossed into another dimension, into the beautiful land of... show more
Owen Sage is the emblematic college freshman at Easton Falls University. With all the worries about his first year in college, he was not prepared for what would happen next. His way of life was flipped upside down when he mysteriously crossed into another dimension, into the beautiful land of Everville. His excitement was abruptly halted when he discovered that there was a darkness forged against both the natural world, which he knew well, and the new land which he discovered, Everville. He must devise a plan to save both worlds while joining forces with the race of Fron and The Keepers, whom both harbor hidden secrets he must learn in order to gain power over the evil that dwells in The Other In Between. With a race against time to save both worlds, his short time at Easton Falls did not quite prepare him for the evil, dark forces he must fight in order to conquer The Other In Between.
Publish date: 2013-04-01
Publisher: Roy Huff
Pages no: 230
Edition language: English
Sorry, I really tried. I picked up and put down several times since I won it several years ago but couldn't make it past page 88. It's just so...bland. The characters, the descriptions, there's no feeling and it's so convenient how Owen falls into the club to learn magic with his friend.
A copy of this book was provided to me by the author in exchange for an honest review. This book wasn't really for me. I tried to get into it, I really did. I just felt like, throughout the book, something was missing that I couldn't quite put my finger on. It took me a long time to finish it, and I...
Full review/Пълно ревю - Bla bla bla books First thing I noticed about this book was the cover, and the title. I’m not the type of reader to judge books by their covers, but I certainly appreciate a good one, and think it can be quite important in order to capture the attention of the potential read...