By William Johnston
Max's latest—and possibly greatest—case. simply think Max and ninety nine combating the paralyzing, petrifying powers of Guro Optimo, a mind-manipulating, Indian hypnotist and his cruel grasp, fortunate Bucky Buckley!
To retailer the realm from falling below Optimo's sinister spell, Max and ninety nine group up with—of all people—a Kaos agent named V.T. Brattleboro. incredible issues occur to the Control-Kaos combination inside of Buckley's evil medieval fort. they're menaced via brain-washed guards, colossal crocodiles, and a titanic avalanche of peanut brittle!
But can Max rather belief Brattleboro? Or Brattleboro belief Max? and will ninety nine belief both one—especially Max?
The leader of keep watch over is certain that this time Max is in over his head. yet he needn't fear, for maximum doesn't have a apprehensive bone in his physique or his head. As continually, he's ill-prepared for risk of any kind—AND LOVING IT!
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