Curse of the Harvester

Curse of the Harvester

Ben and Jake are back for more! With the Dream Jumper business making them some serious money, all seems to be going great. But Ben is put to the test in a way he never saw coming when a new and formidable foe invades his nightmares. With Jake backing him up and a mysterious newcomer in the Dream World, Ben may have a chance to overcome this new evil. He just has to keep h Ben and Jake are back for more! With the Dream Jumper business making them some serious money, all seems to be going grea...

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Title:Curse of the Harvester
Author:Greg Grunberg
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:0545826071
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:224 pages pages

Curse of the Harvester Reviews

  • Chris
    Jan 24, 2018
    I was a bit disappointed by this second installment in the series. Too much Jake, who got annoying, and not enough Ben and world-building. ...
  • Dolly
    Feb 26, 2018
    Another cliffhanger!! Can't wait for the next one... This second book in the Dream Jumper series by Greg Grunberg and Lucas Turnbloom is just as exciting and dramatic as the first. ...
  • Anne
    Dec 12, 2017
    Sequel to graphic novel: Dream Jumper. It helps to have read the first one, but there is enough scaffolding to pick up the second (although maybe not for struggling readers). Lively, colorful illustrations make this a fun and enjoyable read. Ben and Jake are using the Dream Jumper b...
  • Jeanne
    Dec 15, 2017
    Not at all my cup of tea, but I can totally see why my 6th and 7th grade boys eat this series up. ...
  • Barbara
    Oct 29, 2017
    I liked the debut title in this graphic novel series and was not disappointed in the second one. Ben is a Dream Jumper who is able to help other dreamers when they are trapped in dreams or bad situations in dreams, and Jake is his trusty sidekick and computer connection. The boys are d...
  • Jess
    Oct 25, 2017
    Crap...now I have to wait another 2 years for the next one! ? I was lucky enough to get my preordered copy of Curse of the Harvester, the second book in the Dream Jumper graphic novel series, a full 2 weeks early from Scholastic from when it is to be released in stores. I was so ...
  • Amanda
    Feb 24, 2018
    Kind of gruesome and Ben's selfish money-grubbing friend was so annoying. Where was Kaylee? Actually downgraded to one star because one month later I can't remember a single thing I liked. Will not be continuing the series. ...
  • Brenda Kahn
    Feb 18, 2018
    This sequel was enjoyable enough. There wasn't much internal consistency though - Ben is dream jumping and Jake keeps falling asleep instead of helping him but it's daytime and the two are at a party? As with the first installment, the art is brilliant and the villains are truly creepy...
  • Ms. Kelly
    Jan 03, 2018
    Written well enough that I could read #2 without having read #1 and still be able to tell exactly what is going on. I could tell that there was some context missing for bits of the plot, but it did not detract from my understanding or enjoyment of the story. The art was clear and th...
  • Meredith
    May 01, 2018
    Not much happened. I'm still suspicious of Jake. ...
  • Jennifer Parker
    Jul 01, 2018
    As the story continues, the dream jumper continues to learn about his superpowers, just while the main villain gets ready to make their move! ...
  • Amanda
    Apr 30, 2019
    Ben's adventures in dreamland continue as he and his buddy Jake's Dream Jumper business takes off. Ben is busy helping dreamers escape nightmarish situations, but soon finds himself in his own! There is a mysterious helper nearby, however, that comes to Ben and Jake's rescue. Who co...
  • Jenna
    Feb 11, 2018
    Fun, but not as interesting as the first in the series. There didn?t seem to be much actually happening other than foreshadowing and the discovery of a fellow Dream Jumper. Middle book syndrome, maybe? The illustrations are just as bright and minimal as before. ...
  • Sue
    Jun 20, 2018
    The Dream Jumper is back again and he needs to get Jake, his partner to stay awake. Also who is the mysterious person who keeps lending Ben a hand when he needs it desperately? Perfect for elementary students who like Graphic Novels. Artwork is clean, sharp and suitable for elementary ...
  • Stephanie Bange
    Nov 21, 2018
    Note: Reviewed from ARC The 2nd in the Dream Jumper series by Grunberg and illustrated by Lucas Turnbloom. A new villain and a new partner in dream jumping appear in this book. Ben and Jake continue to rake in the money for their news business, rescuing other children from their...
  • B
    Nov 27, 2017
    Ok- book two in the graphic series Dream Jumper. There could have been more world building and explainations but good fun. ...
  • Becky B
    May 28, 2018
    Ben and Jake have successfully set up their Dream Jumper business of rescuing others from bad dreams. But the dreams of late haven't been responding like normal to Ben's powers, Jake can't seem to manage to save awake to save Ben's life, and a weird note follows Jake back into the waki...
  • Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book*
    Jan 28, 2018
    Grunberg, Greg The Curse of the Harvester (Dream Jumper Book #2) 224 pgs. Graphix (Scholastic), 2017. $13. Language: G (0 swears; Lots of halfie swears like heck) Mature Content: G Violence: G GRAPHIC NOVEL Ben learned in book one that he is a Dream Jumper ?he can control things t...
  • Jonathan
    Nov 21, 2017
    This series got significantly worse with vol. 2. For the most part, this story had nothing to bring the plot along and seemed like a classic "filler" within a series. I'll give the next book in the series a shot, but I can't say this one did much to intrigue me. ...
  • Alenka
    Feb 22, 2018
    This was OK! It's very much focused on the action, which makes sense for a second book in the series. The premise is interesting and allows them to give the kids some wild villains, but it just didn't feel super special to me? I haven't read the first one, so I may not be properly hook...
  • Joshua
    Mar 20, 2018
    Man this one fell pretty flat for me. The story building was pretty weak and If Jake keeps up the level of annoying he has here I'm out. He has no redeeming qualities here. Just and kind of a selfish a-hole the whole time. When they got to the actual story, things where great (and most...
  • H
    Oct 04, 2018
    Does the second volume of the Dream Jumpers series as good as the first? Not really. If you haven't read the first, you might be a bit lost at first. You can cotton onto the premise of the books thru reading them, it just not be as rich as experience. Will you know that the bunny is...
  • Sara
    Nov 26, 2017
    This second book didn?t disappoint, love this series ...
  • Emyrose8
    Dec 04, 2017
    Wow, this book gets inside your head! I'm still thinking about it, days after I finished it. It was a little too creepy for my taste, hence the three stars. But I know this will be right up many middle schoolers' alleys! Note: I have not read the first book. I actually don't even r...
  • Deb
    Nov 13, 2017
    I won this book on Goodreads. It took a long time to get. The book was ok, but not my type of story. Sharing with my friends children till my grandson can read. ...
  • Tosh Layton
    Dec 05, 2017
    This book was really cool when I did an AR quiz I got a 9/10. My favorit part of this book was when the sleep doctor was pozest by the nightmare lord ...
  • Gene Macy
    Apr 20, 2018
    I thought this was a pretty good book/sequel. I think it?s interesting how the characters are used. I think it was interesting how they used sleeping in/hitting the snooze button made the villain gain power longer. It?s definitely a fast paced book, at least in my opinion. I can?...
  • Queenie
    Mar 08, 2018
    for people that like adventure. ...
  • Aaliyah Alvarez
    Oct 29, 2018
    Dream jumper is a amazing book and the author of the book is Greg Grunberg and Lucas Turnbloom.The main characters of the story are Ben,Jake,Kaylee,and ben has like these dreams but he?s like actually in the dreams but he isn?t it?s really weird but this is such a interesting...
  • TheMistressofBooks
    May 10, 2019
    Eh, more of the same ... If you enjoyed the first book, then you'll like this one. Maybe it's because I'm not super fond of the art style, but not I'm invested into this series. Also, this volume has some gross-out humor, ew. ...