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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 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?
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 a fun, fast-paced read.
Five great Trapped in a Video Game books in one box! Includes: Trapped in a Video Game (Book 1) Trapped in a Video Game (Book 2): The Invisible Invasion Trapped in a Video Game (Book 3): Robots Revolt Trapped in a Video Game (Book 4): Return to Doom Island Trapped in a Video Game (Book 5): The Final Boss
The robots are here and they're not happy, at all. After accidentally releasing the robot villains from Super Bot World 3 into the real world, Jesse Rigsby's got to figure out a way to make everything right before anyone gets hurt. He'd usually rely on his friend Eric to help him with this sort of thing, but he's gone missing. To find Eric, Jesse will have to survive rickety mine carts, sewer piranhas, mysterious men in suits and a 100-foot-tall robot named Goliatron. This is Jesse's most dangerous adventure yet because this time the video game is real. And in the real world, there are no extra lives.
Alistair Gregory, the man who figured out how to put people into video games, is not what he seems. Jesse Rigsby is sure of that. Jesse’s sure of something else, too—he’s being watched. To unravel the mystery, Jesse’s going to have to transform himself into a superspy with serious retro-gaming skills. Can he pull it off before the bad guys catch on?
Jesse and Eric have ten minutes to save the world. In those ten minutes, they’re supposed to dive into a massive video game universe, track down an all-powerful madman, and stop his evil plan before it’s too late. Sound impossible? It’s super impossible. There will be fire-breathing pterodactyls, angry green giants, and unicorns that shoot lasers out of their hooves. If Jesse and Eric are going to survive long enough to fight the final boss, they’ll need to rely on each other like never before. Do they have what it takes? The clock is ticking.
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