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After Full Blast, Jesse Rigsby and his friend Eric has sworn off video games. But when Jesse is offered the chance to save his friend Mark, of course he says, "Yes." Problem is, Jesse is invisible now, sucked into the world of Go Wild A Pokemon Go-style mobile game. To reach Mark, Jesse's going to have to shake the Bigfoot chasing him through the school library, survive th After Full Blast, Jesse Rigsby and his friend Eric has sworn off video games. But when Jesse is offered the chance to save his friend Mark, of course he says, "Yes." Problem is, Jesse is invisible now, sucked into the world of Go Wild A Pokemon Go-style mobile game. To reach Mark, Jesse's going to have to shake the Bigfoot chasing him through the school library, survive the velociraptor in the bathroom, and battle the ginormous flame-throwing bat in the cafeteria. Can Jesse stay alive long enough to solve the mystery of what happened to Mark?  


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After Full Blast, Jesse Rigsby and his friend Eric has sworn off video games. But when Jesse is offered the chance to save his friend Mark, of course he says, "Yes." Problem is, Jesse is invisible now, sucked into the world of Go Wild A Pokemon Go-style mobile game. To reach Mark, Jesse's going to have to shake the Bigfoot chasing him through the school library, survive th After Full Blast, Jesse Rigsby and his friend Eric has sworn off video games. But when Jesse is offered the chance to save his friend Mark, of course he says, "Yes." Problem is, Jesse is invisible now, sucked into the world of Go Wild A Pokemon Go-style mobile game. To reach Mark, Jesse's going to have to shake the Bigfoot chasing him through the school library, survive the velociraptor in the bathroom, and battle the ginormous flame-throwing bat in the cafeteria. Can Jesse stay alive long enough to solve the mystery of what happened to Mark?  

30 review for Trapped in a Video Game (Book 2): The Invisible Invasion

  1. 5 out of 5

    Steven R. McEvoy

    We picked up the first book in this series, Trapped in a Video Game, after my son started reading it with his cousins. They read every night before bed and he was hooked after the first few chapters. We picked up the eBook as soon as we were home, and my son devoured it. My son read it to me as part of his daily reading. He often reads well beyond the minimum 20 minutes a day. And we are already well into book three. Any book that inspires my son to keep reading when the timer goes off is a big We picked up the first book in this series, Trapped in a Video Game, after my son started reading it with his cousins. They read every night before bed and he was hooked after the first few chapters. We picked up the eBook as soon as we were home, and my son devoured it. My son read it to me as part of his daily reading. He often reads well beyond the minimum 20 minutes a day. And we are already well into book three. Any book that inspires my son to keep reading when the timer goes off is a big winner in my books. And because of that it got a solid 5/5 stars from both of us. This is the second installment in a five-book series. We are a little late to the game, in that the whole series has already been released. It just means we can read them back to back. The story was first self published in 2016, then picked up and published in 2018 by Andrews McMeel Publishing. This is again a story about friendship, about video games, and about survival. Jesse Rigsby who hates video games. His best friend is Eric Conrad loves games and can’t wait to play the latest and greatest. And Mark who sacrificed himself in order o help them escape from Full Blast. So, when Jesse has what he thinks is a dream about a toy telling him there is a way to save Mark he jumps at the opportunity. And this lands him back in a video game, this time a mobile app. He is in a game called Go Wild It is like a cross between Pokemon Go and My Singing Monsters. Soon Jessy is teamed up with Mister Gregory, the father of one of the kids in his class, and employee at a game development company. He needs to get Eric’s attention, and help in order to use a combination of the features of Go Wild, and their cunning to free Mark from the video game company’s servers. In this story the risks are higher, the dangers more intense, and the ploy races along from beginning to end. And it ends on a cliff hanger. You will need to read to see all that Jessy, Eric and Mr. Gregory go through to try and save Mark. Far less gun, but a lot more monsters in this installment of the Trapped In A Video Game Series. This is another great read in what is proving to be an excellent series. This family gives it top marks and highly recommends the book and the series! Read the review on my blog Book Reviews and More and reviews of other books by Dustin Brady.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Tesla

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I like that Jesse is in virtual reality again and isn’t only in Go Wild. He goes into the Binosoft company and saves Eric from getting trapped in a black box. And then, Jesse goes into real life again. I hope everyone likes Trapped in a Video Game. I would not have known Trapped in a Video Game unless my friend told me about it at school. I am never going to give up reading books; especially, Dustin Brady’s books. All thanks to my friend. Have you ever written a letter to your favorite author? I I like that Jesse is in virtual reality again and isn’t only in Go Wild. He goes into the Binosoft company and saves Eric from getting trapped in a black box. And then, Jesse goes into real life again. I hope everyone likes Trapped in a Video Game. I would not have known Trapped in a Video Game unless my friend told me about it at school. I am never going to give up reading books; especially, Dustin Brady’s books. All thanks to my friend. Have you ever written a letter to your favorite author? I have. You should try.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Ann Warren

    This was clever and cute, and again my boys loved it. Maybe not quite all of the charm of the first one, but we will continue in the series. This one was a little darker and featured a Pokémon Go style of game.

  4. 4 out of 5

    J.L. Slipak

    Jesse Rigsby is on a mission to save his friend Mark, but first he’s got to shake the Bigfoot chasing him through the school library. And then there’s the velociraptor in the bathroom. Oh yeah, don’t forget about the ginormous flame-throwing bat in the cafeteria. Jesse’s trapped in the invisible world of Go Wild – a Pokemon Go-style mobile game – and if he doesn’t solve the mystery of what happened to Mark soon, he’s never getting back out.  Trapped in a Video Game 2 is the funny, exciting sequel Jesse Rigsby is on a mission to save his friend Mark, but first he’s got to shake the Bigfoot chasing him through the school library. And then there’s the velociraptor in the bathroom. Oh yeah, don’t forget about the ginormous flame-throwing bat in the cafeteria. Jesse’s trapped in the invisible world of Go Wild – a Pokemon Go-style mobile game – and if he doesn’t solve the mystery of what happened to Mark soon, he’s never getting back out.  Trapped in a Video Game 2 is the funny, exciting sequel to Dustin Brady's popular Trapped in a Video Game book. It's perfect for boys age 9-12, as well as anyone who loves fun, fast-paced read.  MY THOUGHTS: I received this book in exchange for my honest review. I think this book is perfect for the reluctant reader and for kids who love video games. This is the second book of the new five book series featuring Jesse, and this time, his friend Mark, whom Jesse must save once again from a video game.  There's adventure, chases, mystery and elements of surprise that will keep you interested and laughing along with the crazy antics within the pages of this book.  Once again, the dialogue in perfect and often hilarious. Although geared toward an age group of nine to twelve, I would even say it's perfect for a younger readership with help from mom or dad.  Illustrations are included, writing is laid out perfectly.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Raul M

    This sequel describes what happened to sixth-grader Jesse, the narrator of the original title to this series, right where that story left off. As before, this is a text novel, seasoned with just a few illustrations. Again, Jesse has found himself in the eponymous dilemma. Yet I must commend the author for the variation he came up with this time, which pays obvious homage to what was, at one point, a wildly popular augmented-reality game. Three other characters from the prior volume have returned, This sequel describes what happened to sixth-grader Jesse, the narrator of the original title to this series, right where that story left off. As before, this is a text novel, seasoned with just a few illustrations. Again, Jesse has found himself in the eponymous dilemma. Yet I must commend the author for the variation he came up with this time, which pays obvious homage to what was, at one point, a wildly popular augmented-reality game. Three other characters from the prior volume have returned, including one whose fate was left up in the air in Book One, and it was satisfying for me to find Jesse and his companions seeking to resolve that character's predicament. This volume is relatively brief, action-packed (seemingly more so than Book One), suspenseful, funny, and meant to appeal to late-year elementary-school readers. No need for excessive detail or exact logic; I could fill those in for myself whenever I felt the need arise. The aim is to just have fun with the story. While there was no gross-out element as in the original, one scenario involving a credit card no doubt proved awkward for one character -- a bizarrely inventive look at what immersion into virtual reality makes possible. The end turned out to be far more a cliffhanger on this occasion.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Andre Despain

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The book, “Trapped in a Video Game Pt 2, by Dustin Brady is a pretty good book in my opinion. My favorite Character is probably Jesse because he is a person who didn’t like video games, but now he gets to experience the fun although it is a weird way to experience the fun in the game in virtual reality type of game. The point of view of this book is really different from other books. It makes it so that others can experience the game as like you were in the same situation as him. Like such as b The book, “Trapped in a Video Game Pt 2, by Dustin Brady is a pretty good book in my opinion. My favorite Character is probably Jesse because he is a person who didn’t like video games, but now he gets to experience the fun although it is a weird way to experience the fun in the game in virtual reality type of game. The point of view of this book is really different from other books. It makes it so that others can experience the game as like you were in the same situation as him. Like such as being able to shoot stuff out of your own arm/hand would be awesome. My favorite thing that they said in this book is by Jesse, and he said, “ Does it need some sort of button.” The reason i find that so funny is that only people who don't know what they’re doing usually say that, and i always find that hilarious even it is me who has no idea what he is doing. Anyway i really like this book because I am a gamer, and I like all the views and the types of ideas of the book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Camille

    3.5 stars, physical book, read with my 6yo son. This was a fun book, and wayyyy more enjoyable than the zombie goldfish one we finished last week. We accidentally checked out the 3rd book in this series from the library so had to quickly request the 2nd one and read it! My kiddo listened to the audio version of the first book after we got it for a dollar on Chirp, and he was excited to continue the series. He's a gamer, so this is right up his alley. 3.5 stars, physical book, read with my 6yo son. This was a fun book, and wayyyy more enjoyable than the zombie goldfish one we finished last week. We accidentally checked out the 3rd book in this series from the library so had to quickly request the 2nd one and read it! My kiddo listened to the audio version of the first book after we got it for a dollar on Chirp, and he was excited to continue the series. He's a gamer, so this is right up his alley.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Joseph

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book was better then the first book and i think i actually enjoyed it. it was a bout these two boys Jesse and Eric who where on an adventure to find there friend Mark. to find him Eric gets zapped in to this Pokemon go rip off and has to go threw out the digital world to find his friend. he eventually finds his friend but the system glitches out and lets out every thing in the game. they go on to defeat the monsters and rescue kids but Eric gets caught by a robot that is taking him away.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Dereck Fajardo

    I haven't read this book yet, but I know this book will be great because, I read the first book and it was amazing. I know this will be a great book even though I haven't read it, so good thing I read the first one because, to be honest, if I didn't read the first one I wouldn't have thought the series were great. Thank god I read it. I haven't read this book yet, but I know this book will be great because, I read the first book and it was amazing. I know this will be a great book even though I haven't read it, so good thing I read the first one because, to be honest, if I didn't read the first one I wouldn't have thought the series were great. Thank god I read it.

  10. 4 out of 5

    rachel

    GREAT BOOK!!! It and the whole series are GREAT and that's all I have to say. I recommend this series to all boys. GREAT BOOK!!! It and the whole series are GREAT and that's all I have to say. I recommend this series to all boys.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Beka

    Awesome I love this book. 5 stars! My favorite part was when he made friends with the velociraptor. It would be so cool to make friends with a dinosaur!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Stacie

    Keeps the boys enthralled every night! They look forward to bedtime!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Chris

    I would have liked this as a kid. :)

  14. 5 out of 5

    Alissa McClure

    My kids really love these books. I’m not so thrilled with them, but it’s probably just because I’m too old...

  15. 5 out of 5

    TJ

    Just amazing, i cant really say anything but amazing

  16. 5 out of 5

    Sam

    Awesome

  17. 4 out of 5

    Al Blake

    Liam loves this series. Can't wait for the next book. Liam loves this series. Can't wait for the next book.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Lyndsi Kay

    Read it with my 6 year old who loved it.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Daynagirl17

    Kids loved it again!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Rogers

    A fun read with my 9 year old son. He's enjoyed this series and we've had fun taking turns reading chapters to eachother. A fun read with my 9 year old son. He's enjoyed this series and we've had fun taking turns reading chapters to eachother.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Danger

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I liked when he was invisible.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Tommy Bullard

    Good book! better than the first one.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Brandon Smith

    Wasn't as good as the first book, but I still liked it. Wasn't as good as the first book, but I still liked it.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Claire Bell

    This is my favorite book out of the series. I just don't know why. It's really adventerous and exciting! It's really like Pokemon Go like it said. This is my favorite book out of the series. I just don't know why. It's really adventerous and exciting! It's really like Pokemon Go like it said.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Wendee

    Kept my 6 year olds interest as a read aloud.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Rohan

    These books are so much fun

  27. 4 out of 5

    Taryn

    Very cute. Every chapter ended in a cliffhanger leaving my kids anxiously awaiting the next events.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Angeline Gallant

    My son absolutely loves this series. It's fun and action-filled. My son absolutely loves this series. It's fun and action-filled.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Carissa Majdanski

    Best book ever. Love the concept I also love how you gave the original game credit I find it odd that he can get caught like what if he is like a cpu trainer and cant get caught.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Blake Hollingshead

    this book was great! It is great for gamers and it was a lot like the first one.

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