Adom’s sister, Dinah, has been taken away – by the Kneppers, agents who work for the evil sorcerers of Megalomania.
Megalomania is an island in the middle of the ocean that is enveloped by a ruach shtus – a spirit of folly.
Now Adom’s mother wishes to leave his father for making the hugest mistake he ever made, taking a loan from the incredibly evil sorcerer, Necromancer, signing an agreement that if he would not be able to return the loan in seven years... he would have to give Necromancer his only daughter.
Adom’s teacher, Rabbi Yonah, offers to help him by making a class trip to Megalomania; for Adom and the class are Jewish children, Hashem’s army – Tzivos Hashem! And no one can stand up to Tzivos Hashem!
But upon reaching Megalomania, things get complicated when Rabbi Yonah is turned to stone.
Adom learns that he may have only one option: to enter the Garden of Good and Evil, located in the center of the island.
Any Jew who ever entered the Garden of Good and Evil lost his faith and became an apikores, a heretic.
Fortunately, Adom and his good friend Shloimie have been learning the Chassidic ma’amar of Basi Legani, which teaches exactly what you need to do to overcome the ruach shtus of the Garden of Good and Evil, and rob all the sorcerers of their black magic, and free all the slaves of Megalomania.