Enter the Enchanted Summary
by K. A. Applegate

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Enter the Enchanted Summary

(Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults)

The situation in Everworld grows ever more complicated for April, David, Christopher, and Jalil. The greatest complication comes in the form of Galahad, a knight of King Arthur's Round Table. The problem he presents is that in Arthurian literature his character is the blending of more than one mythological figure. In Everworld, this results in his sometimes being confused in his memories, as if he were more than one person. This seems to be a clue as to what is actually happening in Everworld, but April and her companions do not have much time to think about it.

Loki is the giant, angry god of Norse mythology. In the "Everworld" series, he reappears in all his cunning and all his fury, bringing with him mayhem and destruction. He is very good at destruction. There are limits to his power, frightful though it is, and Merlin knows something about how to frustrate Loki. As if the teenagers do not have enough to worry about, dragons make their appearance and unleash some of their destructive power. Not even the great castles of Galahad can shield April and the others from the symphony of destruction sweeping though Everworld.