Jack Ferguson Strikes Back
From the writer that brought you such classics as "The Showstopper!" and...that other book...comes the long-awaited sequel to that other book. If you're a fan of young wizards, it's time to grow up. Well, sort of.
As most of them enter their second year of magical training at the government-sponsored Camp Prospero, Jack Ferguson and his teen wizard friends think they have a summer of smooth sailing ahead. Their enemies are gone--well, for the most part--and their vindictive, incompetent scoutmaster has been fired. But they're in for a rude awakening when the camp welcomes a new leader who's secretly a hundreds-of-years-old witch, an expert in dark magic, and whose goals include nothing short of dominion over all of existence.
Playtime is over, and Jack and his gang--with some new additions--are forced to take their resistance underground while they search for an ancient, mystical artifact that could tip the balance in the battle. But what everyone dreads--and no one more than Jack--is the realization that he himself may be more than he appears, and the true ultimate weapon.
In the follow-up to "Camp Ferguson", author Kyle Robertson ups the stakes and once again paints you a frank--and often funny--picture of a bunch of losers trying to make their mark on the magical world. Badly.