"The reading of all good books is like a conversation with the finest men of past centuries."
The newest book from B Keith Davidson. In this book, we meet Ishmael, a new kid with hipster parents. Ishmael comes across a baseball cap that can talk, formerly a boy named Jack. Jack tells Ishmael the story of the Evil Enchantress who has been stealing souls throughout history including some well known historical figures. Jack managed to trap the Evil Enchantress in the same book she was using to collect souls years ago. But, in doing so he was trapped himself. But now the disappearances are starting again. And, the museum where it all started is about to be re-opened with his father as the curator. Will Jack and Ishmael be able to stop the Evil Enchantress again or will Ishmael be her next victim?
About the Author
B. Keith Davidson is a freelance writer and author who has been writing and creating stories his entire life. As a writer, he has a great job living in his own head and now he's inviting all of you to join him. His head is a wonderful place full of stories for children from 0-12. These are stories that will amaze you and keep you interested far into the future.
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