Jealousy, treachery, foul play, deception, humiliation, betrayal, revenge, bad blood, risqué drawings, guidance, intuitions, inspiration, admiration―all these come into play in Jerry's life with the arrival of Fox, the new guy in his seventh grade class. Fox is smooth and slick, French, and all the girls adore him. He has dishonest intentions for Suzie―and she's falling for it!
Jerry has money now, but needs Wilcox more than ever―to see how his higher self will guide and inspire him to meet these mighty challenges. Their telepathy grows strong, as Jerry learns more and more about how his mind works and where his soul is and how to be there. Its presence and power in his life grow more and more mysterious.
Add his run-in with the principal's famed “Whistler” paddle, some past life memories and paranormal activity, and the showdown in the Haunted House, and you have the third of Jerry's adventures, following on Jerry's Magic and Jerry's Madness.