JERRY comes face to face with disaster in this action-packed book, and truly into his own—a fit culmination for W.W. Rowe’s five-part Jerry’s M— series.
Now fourteen, Jerry is a star of the JV track team, pledging the Scorpion Society at school, going steady with Suzie (who now lives in a mansion with servants), awkwardly getting to know her parents, and learning about the stock market. His telepathy with Wilcox is firmly established and Suzie is showing an interest in meditation and her higher Self.
Even with the humiliating and physically painful tribulations of Hell Week, life is looking up—way up. Except for the very weird, creepy, and spooky guy stalking him and Suzie, with dark, sinister intentions . . .
Publishers Weekly on Mom’s Choice Award-winning Jerry’s Magic: “Readers will find much to enjoy in Jerry’s humor, his resiliency, and in the way he meets challenges head on." (7/28/2014)
W.W. Rowe lives in Sedona, Arizona, with his artist-writer wife Eleanor. He received a B.A. from Harvard and a Ph.D. from NYU, where he taught Russian and Comparative Literature. His publications include seven volumes of literary criticism and numerous children’s stories.