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What Roy does right with this book is you learn the backstory while going through the current story lines.

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So your not stuck in the past while learning about it. You go back and forth from a battle between teams at the University to a battle of life and death outside Everville and the collision of both worlds in the end. This was definitely a good read and I recommend it. The only negative is you have to wait for the next book to be released.

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Add to Wishlist. USD With all the worries about his first year in college, he was not prepared for what would happen next.

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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.

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College freshman Owen Sage has just started to understand the darkness trying to overtake Everville and the earthly realm. With the help of The Keeper and the Fron army, Owen has managed to buy some time, but new problems have already emerged, new secrets need to be revealed, and the race against time to stop Them from conquering both dimensions has only just begun.

To do it, they must reunite with familiar creatures and join forces with new ones as they navigate their journey to the truth that awaits them in Everville. As the epic journey continues, a victorious Owen Sage stands undefeated against his enemies. New creatures will be uncovered and the true value of friendship will be tested, as Owen embarks on yet another battle in Everville. Everville: The First Pillar. Everville: The City of Worms. Everville: The Rise of Mallory. Facebook facebook.

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Pinterest pinterest. Today I have another special guest, who has before made an appearance on this blog: Roy Huff, author of the Everville series.

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  5. Roy is excited to share his second installment of the series, Everville: The City of Worms. As you may be learning about me, I really love interviewing people. I think an interview can give us really great insight into the subject, as well as ourselves. Without further ado, I give you: Roy Huff. TH: Was your writing process for book two any different than the first?

    Did you have different strategies or barriers? RH: The second book was much harder to write, but I finished it a lot faster. It was more difficult because I had plot lines that I had to continue, and I had to address issues that were brought up by critics of the first book. At the same time, I had to keep in mind the readers who enjoyed the first book and make sure to not mess with the things that made the first book enjoyable.

    At one point I wrote 70 pages in 4 days for the second book. I was working up against a deadline, which I had to meet. RH: There are about three or four scenes that I really like.