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The Magician's Last Words

Hap Hazzard and Tara are still marooned in outer space trying to find all of the hidden books before the dark ones do. If the dark ones find the books, the universe will be doomed, so Hap and Tara know that they won't be going home anytime soon. They have landed in the spaceship Nana on the Lizard Comet to find the next book, but Svarta, Laney and Amar have decided that it's too dangerous this time for Tara and Hap to go into the tunnels of the Lizard Planet to find the book. So instead, Hap and Tara have been left to their own devices on the Lizard Planet with strict instructions to avoid the bars and the gambling tables. Hap and Tara are shopping for new clothes (Hap's jeans were ruined in his last adventure) when they are met by Confucian, he's an earthling trying to sell concert tickets to see Bo Shocks Live, a wild and crazy rock concert. He ends up giving Hap and Tara free tickets to see the concert, but little do Hap and Tara know the danger and the adventure that they are in for, all for seeing a free concert.


This is the second book in the Hazzardous Universe series, make sure that you read the first one first! This book is full of action and adventure. I enjoyed the story line. I think that the kids that it's written for will love this adventure!

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