Everville 3: The Rise of Mallory by Roy Huff is the third book in the Everville series. It picks up right where book 2 left off with Owen and his friends on Earth preparing for Christmas. The cast in Everville is trying to return to their normal lives as they recover from adventures of the last book as well.
Mallory is now raising a surprisingly powerful dragon that he intends to use for the forces of Them in their fight against The Keepers. Owen and his Everville allies know that they must prepare for a coming attack even when they are unsure of how or when it will come. Everyone must do what they can to prepare for the upcoming fight.
And it isn’t only the good who are preparing, Mallory and his minions understand that their attack would come most effectively from a new, unexpected direction. If The Keepers are almost the most powerful force in the universe, where can Mallory find someone he hopes is even stronger?
Such a gathering of strength might be avoided, but this can only be done with a great personal sacrifice. Just how much will Owen be willing to endure so that he might have a chance to save everything? For how very long? He might find that his original goal becomes abstract when it’s pitted against new, unforeseen happiness.
Everville 2: City of Worms by Roy Huff is a continuation of Everville: The First Pillar. The story follows what happens after Owen Sage first encountered Everville, the strange land/dimension that he finds himself connected to, which is inextricably linked to our own Earth.
This connection has inspired the evil forces of The Other in Between to take revenge against Everville’s human players with human agents of its own. What can Owen do when he finds out that his helping of Everville is now responsible for the sickness and even death of his own friends?
Although, it can’t be forgotten that troubles on Earth have done nothing to halt the moving forward of events that come in Everville. ‘Them’ from The Other in Between won’t stop in their quest to gather power to put to evil’s use when they see ways of doing so. And new allies gained through the earlier fights know secrets that have been protected for ages.
The City of Worms has long been used by the good beings of Everville to recycle their own excess collection of power. If the evil of The Other in Between takes control of this power, would there be any way to stop Them?
Everville: The First Pillar by Roy Huff is a story of a boy (Owen Sage) who is entering college that discovers himself to have a part in a fantastic battle of good and evil that actually spanning the entire universe. Unexpectedly it seems that clubs on campus have an unexpected connection with this world that doesn’t seem real.
We become aware of The Keepers of all that is good in Everville, a land beyond the universe that is populated by the human-like fron. They strive to overcome the evil forces of Them, who stand opposite the Keepers among the Others in Between.
Owen, his friend Dante, and a collection of fellow students and professors are faced with having to discover their own powers and having to use their own courage to not only save the far away fron, but to ultimately prevent the evil of Them from reaching the Earth. Can such a thing be accomplished?