The World of Quest, Vol. 2

The World of Quest, Vol. 2

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by Jason T. Kruse
     
 

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As Quest begrudgingly comes to terms with having to care for a spoiled princeling, the pair make their way into the deadly Forest of Edj to seek out the Rocks - the oldest, wisest, and most boring beings in all of Odyssia - to find "The Dagger of the Way" before the forces of evil do. But the two are separated while facing the perils of the forest. While Quest is…  See more details below

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As Quest begrudgingly comes to terms with having to care for a spoiled princeling, the pair make their way into the deadly Forest of Edj to seek out the Rocks - the oldest, wisest, and most boring beings in all of Odyssia - to find "The Dagger of the Way" before the forces of evil do. But the two are separated while facing the perils of the forest. While Quest is pursued by an angry mob of Snarls, Nestor meets up with the wily griffin, Graer, who may have his own agenda. With Lord Spite gathering his most fierce minions, a mysterious new ally may be the key to tipping the scales in favor of our heroes.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780316215114
Publisher:
Yen Press
Publication date:
11/17/2011
Series:
World of Quest , #2
Sold by:
Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
55 MB
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Age Range:
3 Months to 18 Years

Meet the Author

Jason T. Kruse is not only a veteran of the prestigious CalArts University in sunny Southern California; he is also a maker of fine comic books. More specifically, he made a comic book called THE WORLD OF QUEST.

In the animation world Jason most recently worked as an animator for Helixe, a division of THQ, on Pixar's "Ratatouille" for the Nintendo Gameboy as well as its sequel, "Food Frenzy" and the upcoming THQ original release, "DeBlob". In addition, he has worked as a clean-up animator and fill-in story artist on Steve Oedekirk's "The Barnyard". He has also worked on such films as "Stuart Little" and "Cats and Dogs" for Rhythm and Hues Studio in Los Angeles as well as animating and storyboarding various pilots for such companies as Disney and Nickelodeon. At Quicksilver he was the character animator and story artist on a number of separate games including "Star Trek: Tactical Assault", "Master of Orion 3" as well as Robert Kiyosaki's "Cashflow 101 and 202" .

Currently, "The World of Quest" is in development for its second season with The Cookie Jar Company in Toronto and will air internationally this year.

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The World of Quest: Volume 2 (The World of Quest Series) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Easy  read for the younger lot we give it 3 and a half stars. Have both 1 and 2. Best for me -The quirky humour of the characters; the way Jason has Quest say absolutely nothing yet express so much emotion.... sarcasm/displeasure/aggravation ..... Question is ...  we bought vol 1& 2, ...will vol 3 ever be widely available - seems there were some questions...? When do we get Volume 3 please? KB
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
SSSSSSSSSOOOOOOOOOO LAGITY
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Looks like a good book.
Jackino More than 1 year ago
I love the cartoon! I did not know i was buying the 2nd book. I saw World of Quest 1, and this book showed up as World of Quest, I thought I was buying a main book. I wanted to let others know that this is the 2nd book and if you are like me (well then you probably will be reading this after buying the book) will be confused when you see the name when you login online to your B&N library. The graphics are cool (not what i expected), though I am not sure what I was expecting as this is my first "graphic novel" that I purchased on the Nook. I will return once I read the book and write a different review Go Quest!