Joel Suzuki, Volume Two: Mystery of the Moonfire

Joel Suzuki, Volume Two: Mystery of the Moonfire

by Brian Tashima
Joel Suzuki, Volume Two: Mystery of the Moonfire

Joel Suzuki, Volume Two: Mystery of the Moonfire

by Brian Tashima


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Things are going pretty well for seventeen-year-old Joel Suzuki. He doesn’t have a girlfriend yet, but he does have a band, a record deal, and some really cool memories of saving a faraway place called Spectraland a little over six months ago.

But then his old friend Fireflower shows up at one of Joel’s concerts and asks for his assistance. Apparently, things are not going quite as well back in Spectraland as they are on Earth.

Joel agrees to help. But soon after he arrives in Spectraland, the situation takes a turn for the worse: the tropical island’s majestic twin moons suddenly burst into flames, and Wavemakers—the people with the power to create magic through music, of which Joel is one—begin to go missing.

Now Joel must solve the mystery of who is behind these malevolent misdeeds before he falls victim to them as well. Could it be the Silencers, a group of angry individuals who are opposed to the Wavemakers’ very existence? Or perhaps another, even more sinister force that no one—including Joel—is expecting…

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780998775524
Publisher: Prism Valley Press
Publication date: 05/01/2017
Series: Joel Suzuki , #2
Pages: 360
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.75(d)
Age Range: 13 - 18 Years

About the Author

Brian Tashima was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, but it was too warm and sunny for him, so he moved to Vancouver, Washington in 2000 and has lived there ever since. Besides being an author, he is also a musician who has won a Hoku award (Hawaii's version of the Grammys) and currently fronts the bands Second Player Score and Walk On Gray. Additionally, he serves on the Board of Directors for Autism Empowerment and is a member of SCBWI (Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators), Willamette Writers, and the Northwest Independent Writers Association. In his free time, he plays golf, herds cats, and hangs out with his two awesome kids.

Table of Contents

1. How to Talk to Girls

2. A Familiar Sound

3. Regeneration

4. Learn to Fly

5. The Ceremony

6. Razorbears

7. Bluecrest

8. Stoneroot

9. Spiral Landing

10. Auravine's Story

11. Sunpeak

12. The Sacred Site

13. An Unexpected Enemy

14. Swordcats

15. Pit of Ashes

16. Yellowbranch

17. Red Gulch

18. Sparkleblock

19. Sandthroat

20. Bloomfish

21. The Prom

22. The Execution

23. Salvador Dali's Worst Nightmare

24. The Studio

25. Finale

26. Coda

27. Aftermath

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