Gear up for the most unFoogettable escapade yet! Powered by belief and determination, our trusty band of offbeat friends take on an evil menace that threatens the dreams of mankind. Get ready to dream the impossible.
The dreams of mankind are in grave danger as the Dearth, the true evil beneath the soil, rises above ground and slowly gains the strength he needs to defeat Leven Thumps. Leven, now the Want, is also gaining strength. Will he discover his new power before the Dearth finds him? Sycophant Run is on the brink of war. The secret of how to kill sycophants is now more a threat than ever. Can Clover and the sycophants protect the only gateway to Reality now that they’re so vulnerable. And speaking of Reality, Terry and Addy are about to join forces with a one-time janitor and the angriest, most confused toothpick alive — Ezra. What kind of power is raging inside that sliver of wood? Get ready to ride a Wave, release a Longing, find the Invisible Village, travel by rope, wrestle in chocolate, and, of course, dream the impossible! Join Leven, Winter, Geth, and Cloveron the most unFoogettable adventure yet!
“Splendidly unpredictable plot twists. . . . [With] deliciously menacing monsters, equally delicious turns of phrase, and sly riffs on everything from pop music to Harry Potter, the author sends Leven Thumps and company on a long, strange trip, culminating in a literally explosive climax.” — Kirkus Reviews, starred review
“Excellent . . . palpable excitement and suspense. Kids and adults will enjoy this charming tale of good and evil.” — Publishers Weekly
“This rollicking, suavely told tale should captivate readers.” — The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
My children and I have read the series and we have enjoyed every book, this book is not an exception, keeps you sitting on the edge of your chair. We can't wait for the next book to come out.
This is an awesome series of books, not just for children. If you liked the other 3 you will definitely love this book.
Very good read, couldn't put it down!
I bought this book a few days ago for my 12 yr. old son, his older brother (14) saw it and now they argue about who is going to read it first!