One dark, drippy day, when Byron aFergiea Ferguson gets bored, he wonders what the last book in the library is. What he finds past the last set of shelves is a battered black cover with the Dewey decimal number 99.99S and a title as red as bloodaThe Book of True Wishes by Jarmyn Thanatos. Even though Fergie is a good kid, he steals the book, setting off a chain of sinister events that threaten not only his life but the lives of his friends Johnny Dixon and Professor Childermass as well. Soon, Fergie is under the control of Thanatos, a mad sorcerer who has been putting children under his spell for the past three hundred years. Can Johnny and the professor break Fergieas deepening trance in time to stop Thanatos and his dangerous march toward maniacal immortality? This eleventh book in the Johnny Dixon series will hold readers spellbound until the final page.His legs were unsteady, as if the earth itselfwere rolling and pitching like the deck of a stormtossed ship. The night was clear, and overhead afullmoon hung, making everything look silvery and strange. Black, mysterious shadows pooled beneath trees. White houses glimmered like the ghosts of themselves. It was a warm night, but Fergie could ... And onlyyou willknow the truthathat you used your mighty magic to wipe them off the face of the earth!aquot; aquot;Bbutit never works, aquot; croaked Fergie anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Bell, the Book, and the Spellbinder|
|Author||:||John Bellairs, Brad Strickland|
|Publisher||:||Open Road Media - 2014-04-01|