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Anyone familiar with this series? It's geared toward teens (but even as an adult, I still love children's lit), and it was not the best-written series of fantasy books I've ever read, and yet, I became hooked. Premise: A group of teenagers gets sucked into Ever world by a witch/friend/enemy (it's complicated) and try to save her while trying to save their own skins. It's full of mythical creatures, gods, and heroes - which I guess is why it appealed to me - with interesting interactions among the kids and the residents (and physics) of Everworld. It had a rather unsatisfactory ending, to me. And yet I wanted to keep reading. I hate books like that. But I really dug this series. Love/hate relationship I guess.