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Preview — Nightmare Escape by Greg Grunberg. Lucas Turnbloom Goodreads Author Illustrator. Guy Major Colorist. Ben has a problem. When he sleeps he dreams, and when he dreams, they're all nightmares! But he can also jump into other people's dreams. So when his friends start falling victim to an evil dream-monster that prevents them from waking, Ben knows he has to help them.

Easier said than done when dreams can shift and the monster knows his way around the ever-changing landscape Ben has a problem. Easier said than done when dreams can shift and the monster knows his way around the ever-changing landscape of the mind! With help from a talking rabbit-companion who has a mysterious past, Ben might just be able to defeat the monster and save his friends. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. Published June 28th by Graphix first published June More Details Dream Jumper 1.

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Is this Greg Grunberg related to the guy who played the mind reading cop on Heroes and was in Lost for about 90 seconds? Katie Lawrence It is actually the same guy! If you Google the book he's done a few interviews and things like that to promote the book. Can't find anywhere when book 2 will be coming out. Anyone know? Beezoo I comes out on October 31, See 2 questions about Nightmare Escape…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details.

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More filters. Sort order. Sep 30, Lola rated it did not like it Shelves: graphic-novel , middle-grade. This book is very… random. Not my style at all. And those colors.

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Digital ones. What I find so random about this, because I have no idea where it comes from is, 1 the magic, 2 the creatures, 3 the villain, 4 the dream jumping, 5 the psychotic doctors falls under creatures, I guess 6 the creatures, the creatures, the creatures, the creatures. Oh and the animal-morphing.

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Normally a world has a type — animals, fantastical creatures, weird humanoids, supernatural beings etc. View all 6 comments. Mar 06, Scott Robins rated it it was ok Shelves: gn-kids. Thin, cliche plot, a lack of distinct characterization and artwork that doesn't quite fit with the tone of the book and the subject matter. It's a bit of a mishmash that doesn't quite come together. Unfortunately this a miss for me. Read from an ARC with unfinished artwork. View 1 comment. Nov 07, Dolly rated it really liked it Recommends it for: people who enjoy reading graphic novels.

Shelves: , read-but-not-finished-reviewing , graphic-novels-comics , math , scifi-fantasy , education-school , childrens , relationships , library. This is the first book in the Dream Jumper series by Greg Grunberg. I loved that J. Abrams wrote the forward of this story and I anticipated that it would be a strange and wild tale. Having undergone numerous sleep studies myself, I could sympathize with Ben's trepidation about having to get covered in sensors and being monitored all night. It's no fun, and washing out the goop they put on your skin and in your hair is the absolute worst! Overall, it's a dramatic tale and a fun, fast read.

I really enjoyed reading it and look forward to reading Curse of the Harvester next. What am I, a Tesla coil? Old concept made new again While asleep, Ben meets Lewis, a mysterious rabbit who helps him fight evil forces in the dream world. There are currently two books in the Dream Jumper series. The idea for this series came from a dream that author Old concept made new again The drawings are bright and cinematic feeling.

I really enjoyed this one. The concept reminds me of the Freddy Kruger movies, but this is much tamer - meant for the younger set. Ben is a great character and I really like him. I will try to read the second book too. I also think I will suggest we add this to our elementary school library. Sep 03, Annette rated it really liked it Shelves: fantasy , dreams , comic , nightmare , graphic-novel , sequential-art.

Like all kids, Ben has nightmares.


When his girlfriend is caught in an endless nightmare, Ben must defeat the nightmare monster with a little help from a talking rabbit. Librarian will find this graphic novel series popular among children who enjoy fantasy and adventure. ARC courtesy of the publisher. Mar 31, Karissa rated it really liked it.

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My son actually requested this from the library and I decided to read it before we returned it. This was a surprisingly well done middle grade fantasy graphic novel that I enjoyed a lot. I liked the main character Ben and how he helps other kids with their nightmares. His mom is concerned because of how tired he always is and rightfully so. The illustration is colorful and fun and I enjoyed it a lot.