Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom (Cucumber Quest #2)

Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom (Cucumber Quest #2)

The quest to save Dreamside continues! After a surprise attack at sea, Cucumber finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom, home to white sand, blue waves . . . oh yeah, and the giant, terrible squid monster holding Almond and Sir Carrot captive. Can our so-called "legendary hero" rescue his companions from the nefarious Splashmaster? Nah, probably not. Good thing Princess Nautilus The quest to save Dreamside continues! After a surprise attack at sea, Cucumber finds himself in the Ripple Kingd...

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Title:Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom (Cucumber Quest #2)
Author:Gigi D.G.
Rating:
Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:1250159822
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:240 pages pages

Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom (Cucumber Quest #2) Reviews

  • Emma (Miss Print)
    Apr 09, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

  • Justin
    Apr 23, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

  • Barbara
    May 10, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

  • Sarah
    Jan 30, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

    Ha! Ripple Kingdom might be my favorite (of course this is only the second installment so we shall see!) From Bubblebeard to Splashmaster to Crabbro: "Crabbro...bro's call me bro" is such a hilarious line that I crack up just thinking about it (and it pops into my head at the most rand...

    Continues to be a fun, cute quest book that doesn't take itself (or epic quests with "chosen one" heroes) too seriously. Poor Cucumber also continues to be the sane, sensible, dependable one in a cast of misfits (quite easy to empathize with him, really). Almond continues to be underes...

    I think I completely forgot what the first one was about until about 20 pages into this one. I felt this one was a little too crammed with characters and I sometimes did not enjoy jumping from one story to the next. But it's still amusing and the art is very charming, so I'll keep read...

  • Melissa
    Jan 30, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

    Ha! Ripple Kingdom might be my favorite (of course this is only the second installment so we shall see!) From Bubblebeard to Splashmaster to Crabbro: "Crabbro...bro's call me bro" is such a hilarious line that I crack up just thinking about it (and it pops into my head at the most rand...

  • Alicia
    Apr 11, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

    Ha! Ripple Kingdom might be my favorite (of course this is only the second installment so we shall see!) From Bubblebeard to Splashmaster to Crabbro: "Crabbro...bro's call me bro" is such a hilarious line that I crack up just thinking about it (and it pops into my head at the most rand...

    Continues to be a fun, cute quest book that doesn't take itself (or epic quests with "chosen one" heroes) too seriously. Poor Cucumber also continues to be the sane, sensible, dependable one in a cast of misfits (quite easy to empathize with him, really). Almond continues to be underes...

    I think I completely forgot what the first one was about until about 20 pages into this one. I felt this one was a little too crammed with characters and I sometimes did not enjoy jumping from one story to the next. But it's still amusing and the art is very charming, so I'll keep read...

    Meh, not really my cup of tea really. I want to rate it a two if only because it made me feel nothing throughout the reading, but I really can't fault this for anything. The art is beautiful, the characters are fun and different, the setting and story is unique...it just doesn't pique ...

    Cucumber Quest continues! Now that Queen Cordelia has successfully freed the nightmare knight, Cucumber, Almond, and Sir Carrot have to find Saturday (a character) to get back the Dream Sword. But first they have to defeat Splashmaster the first of the Nighmare Knights evil Servants. W...

    The writing of the princess was very strange at the beginning, almost like the author made a mistake and needed to cover it up really fast? But I didn't see anything problematic in this one so that makes it better than the first. I'm enjoying the way the author thinks outside of the bo...

    This was the sweet continuation of Cucumber and Almond's "Quest" to save the kingdoms. Again, I adored the artwork, quirky/tongue-in-cheek ideas, and epic world-building. It is absolutely so much fun to read the story, the character cards, the Q&A, and "extra footage" all rolled in...

    This is literally the cutest thing in children's comics right now. Like, the art is still gorgeous, I love the characters and the dialogue is so nice and I'm excited for when the publishers finally releases the rest of them. ...

    I really loved the volume #2 but I wish it could have been as funny as #1. The art work is still stunning (omg the lightning!!). Each new side character has their own charm and unique personality, and it feels really easy to grow fond of them. Looking forward for #3! ...

    This second book felt more scattered with too much going on at once losing sight of the main elements of the story of fantasy, humor, family, and being who you are. The goofiness is still there, but it's harder to understand with the amount of story readers must understand first. ...

  • First Second Books
    Feb 28, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

  • Brandon
    Mar 13, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

    Ha! Ripple Kingdom might be my favorite (of course this is only the second installment so we shall see!) From Bubblebeard to Splashmaster to Crabbro: "Crabbro...bro's call me bro" is such a hilarious line that I crack up just thinking about it (and it pops into my head at the most rand...

    Continues to be a fun, cute quest book that doesn't take itself (or epic quests with "chosen one" heroes) too seriously. Poor Cucumber also continues to be the sane, sensible, dependable one in a cast of misfits (quite easy to empathize with him, really). Almond continues to be underes...

    I think I completely forgot what the first one was about until about 20 pages into this one. I felt this one was a little too crammed with characters and I sometimes did not enjoy jumping from one story to the next. But it's still amusing and the art is very charming, so I'll keep read...

    Meh, not really my cup of tea really. I want to rate it a two if only because it made me feel nothing throughout the reading, but I really can't fault this for anything. The art is beautiful, the characters are fun and different, the setting and story is unique...it just doesn't pique ...

  • Dakota Morgan
    May 02, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

  • Sesana
    Mar 15, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

    Ha! Ripple Kingdom might be my favorite (of course this is only the second installment so we shall see!) From Bubblebeard to Splashmaster to Crabbro: "Crabbro...bro's call me bro" is such a hilarious line that I crack up just thinking about it (and it pops into my head at the most rand...

    Continues to be a fun, cute quest book that doesn't take itself (or epic quests with "chosen one" heroes) too seriously. Poor Cucumber also continues to be the sane, sensible, dependable one in a cast of misfits (quite easy to empathize with him, really). Almond continues to be underes...

    I think I completely forgot what the first one was about until about 20 pages into this one. I felt this one was a little too crammed with characters and I sometimes did not enjoy jumping from one story to the next. But it's still amusing and the art is very charming, so I'll keep read...

    Meh, not really my cup of tea really. I want to rate it a two if only because it made me feel nothing throughout the reading, but I really can't fault this for anything. The art is beautiful, the characters are fun and different, the setting and story is unique...it just doesn't pique ...

    Cucumber Quest continues! Now that Queen Cordelia has successfully freed the nightmare knight, Cucumber, Almond, and Sir Carrot have to find Saturday (a character) to get back the Dream Sword. But first they have to defeat Splashmaster the first of the Nighmare Knights evil Servants. W...

    The writing of the princess was very strange at the beginning, almost like the author made a mistake and needed to cover it up really fast? But I didn't see anything problematic in this one so that makes it better than the first. I'm enjoying the way the author thinks outside of the bo...

    This was the sweet continuation of Cucumber and Almond's "Quest" to save the kingdoms. Again, I adored the artwork, quirky/tongue-in-cheek ideas, and epic world-building. It is absolutely so much fun to read the story, the character cards, the Q&A, and "extra footage" all rolled in...

    This is literally the cutest thing in children's comics right now. Like, the art is still gorgeous, I love the characters and the dialogue is so nice and I'm excited for when the publishers finally releases the rest of them. ...

    I really loved the volume #2 but I wish it could have been as funny as #1. The art work is still stunning (omg the lightning!!). Each new side character has their own charm and unique personality, and it feels really easy to grow fond of them. Looking forward for #3! ...

    This second book felt more scattered with too much going on at once losing sight of the main elements of the story of fantasy, humor, family, and being who you are. The goofiness is still there, but it's harder to understand with the amount of story readers must understand first. ...

    I love love love Gigi's books! The adventure is like no other and it just keeps continuing and more wonderful plots and characters to come. Can't wait to read the rest of the series from this author. Recieved a free earc for an honest review from Netgalley ...

    This was just as cute as the first one. I honestly was expecting the Nightmare Knight to be super big and bad, but he just looks so tired and done with everyones ridiculousness. Which by the way there was even more in this book than the first one. ...

    Better than the first! I love the humor in this one and the new characters we?re introduced to. Also, the Ripple King?s magic spell machine... love it! I hope it makes an appearance in future books. Looking forward to the next one! ...

    Ive really been loving this cute series! It has the winning combination of being funny with great artwork. ...

    Cute middle grade fantasy graphic novel with heroes, princess, etc. ...

    The simple addition of Princess Nautilus to the story has solidified the awesome factor to this series. I only hope it continue to grow in golden-ness. ...

    First quest was nonsensical and funny, this one was just disjointed nonsense. Disappointing. ...

    Where is #3? ...

    The writing is better than the first volume, and the art is every bit as cute. ...

  • Elaine
    Jun 25, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

    Ha! Ripple Kingdom might be my favorite (of course this is only the second installment so we shall see!) From Bubblebeard to Splashmaster to Crabbro: "Crabbro...bro's call me bro" is such a hilarious line that I crack up just thinking about it (and it pops into my head at the most rand...

    Continues to be a fun, cute quest book that doesn't take itself (or epic quests with "chosen one" heroes) too seriously. Poor Cucumber also continues to be the sane, sensible, dependable one in a cast of misfits (quite easy to empathize with him, really). Almond continues to be underes...

    I think I completely forgot what the first one was about until about 20 pages into this one. I felt this one was a little too crammed with characters and I sometimes did not enjoy jumping from one story to the next. But it's still amusing and the art is very charming, so I'll keep read...

    Meh, not really my cup of tea really. I want to rate it a two if only because it made me feel nothing throughout the reading, but I really can't fault this for anything. The art is beautiful, the characters are fun and different, the setting and story is unique...it just doesn't pique ...

    Cucumber Quest continues! Now that Queen Cordelia has successfully freed the nightmare knight, Cucumber, Almond, and Sir Carrot have to find Saturday (a character) to get back the Dream Sword. But first they have to defeat Splashmaster the first of the Nighmare Knights evil Servants. W...

    The writing of the princess was very strange at the beginning, almost like the author made a mistake and needed to cover it up really fast? But I didn't see anything problematic in this one so that makes it better than the first. I'm enjoying the way the author thinks outside of the bo...

    This was the sweet continuation of Cucumber and Almond's "Quest" to save the kingdoms. Again, I adored the artwork, quirky/tongue-in-cheek ideas, and epic world-building. It is absolutely so much fun to read the story, the character cards, the Q&A, and "extra footage" all rolled in...

    This is literally the cutest thing in children's comics right now. Like, the art is still gorgeous, I love the characters and the dialogue is so nice and I'm excited for when the publishers finally releases the rest of them. ...

    I really loved the volume #2 but I wish it could have been as funny as #1. The art work is still stunning (omg the lightning!!). Each new side character has their own charm and unique personality, and it feels really easy to grow fond of them. Looking forward for #3! ...

    This second book felt more scattered with too much going on at once losing sight of the main elements of the story of fantasy, humor, family, and being who you are. The goofiness is still there, but it's harder to understand with the amount of story readers must understand first. ...

    I love love love Gigi's books! The adventure is like no other and it just keeps continuing and more wonderful plots and characters to come. Can't wait to read the rest of the series from this author. Recieved a free earc for an honest review from Netgalley ...

    This was just as cute as the first one. I honestly was expecting the Nightmare Knight to be super big and bad, but he just looks so tired and done with everyones ridiculousness. Which by the way there was even more in this book than the first one. ...

    Better than the first! I love the humor in this one and the new characters we?re introduced to. Also, the Ripple King?s magic spell machine... love it! I hope it makes an appearance in future books. Looking forward to the next one! ...

    Ive really been loving this cute series! It has the winning combination of being funny with great artwork. ...

    Cute middle grade fantasy graphic novel with heroes, princess, etc. ...

    The simple addition of Princess Nautilus to the story has solidified the awesome factor to this series. I only hope it continue to grow in golden-ness. ...

    First quest was nonsensical and funny, this one was just disjointed nonsense. Disappointing. ...

  • Lauren
    Oct 12, 2017

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

  • Ryan
    Jun 27, 2017

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

  • Paige
    Apr 16, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

    Ha! Ripple Kingdom might be my favorite (of course this is only the second installment so we shall see!) From Bubblebeard to Splashmaster to Crabbro: "Crabbro...bro's call me bro" is such a hilarious line that I crack up just thinking about it (and it pops into my head at the most rand...

    Continues to be a fun, cute quest book that doesn't take itself (or epic quests with "chosen one" heroes) too seriously. Poor Cucumber also continues to be the sane, sensible, dependable one in a cast of misfits (quite easy to empathize with him, really). Almond continues to be underes...

    I think I completely forgot what the first one was about until about 20 pages into this one. I felt this one was a little too crammed with characters and I sometimes did not enjoy jumping from one story to the next. But it's still amusing and the art is very charming, so I'll keep read...

    Meh, not really my cup of tea really. I want to rate it a two if only because it made me feel nothing throughout the reading, but I really can't fault this for anything. The art is beautiful, the characters are fun and different, the setting and story is unique...it just doesn't pique ...

    Cucumber Quest continues! Now that Queen Cordelia has successfully freed the nightmare knight, Cucumber, Almond, and Sir Carrot have to find Saturday (a character) to get back the Dream Sword. But first they have to defeat Splashmaster the first of the Nighmare Knights evil Servants. W...

    The writing of the princess was very strange at the beginning, almost like the author made a mistake and needed to cover it up really fast? But I didn't see anything problematic in this one so that makes it better than the first. I'm enjoying the way the author thinks outside of the bo...

    This was the sweet continuation of Cucumber and Almond's "Quest" to save the kingdoms. Again, I adored the artwork, quirky/tongue-in-cheek ideas, and epic world-building. It is absolutely so much fun to read the story, the character cards, the Q&A, and "extra footage" all rolled in...

    This is literally the cutest thing in children's comics right now. Like, the art is still gorgeous, I love the characters and the dialogue is so nice and I'm excited for when the publishers finally releases the rest of them. ...

    I really loved the volume #2 but I wish it could have been as funny as #1. The art work is still stunning (omg the lightning!!). Each new side character has their own charm and unique personality, and it feels really easy to grow fond of them. Looking forward for #3! ...

    This second book felt more scattered with too much going on at once losing sight of the main elements of the story of fantasy, humor, family, and being who you are. The goofiness is still there, but it's harder to understand with the amount of story readers must understand first. ...

    I love love love Gigi's books! The adventure is like no other and it just keeps continuing and more wonderful plots and characters to come. Can't wait to read the rest of the series from this author. Recieved a free earc for an honest review from Netgalley ...

    This was just as cute as the first one. I honestly was expecting the Nightmare Knight to be super big and bad, but he just looks so tired and done with everyones ridiculousness. Which by the way there was even more in this book than the first one. ...

    Better than the first! I love the humor in this one and the new characters we?re introduced to. Also, the Ripple King?s magic spell machine... love it! I hope it makes an appearance in future books. Looking forward to the next one! ...

    Ive really been loving this cute series! It has the winning combination of being funny with great artwork. ...

    Cute middle grade fantasy graphic novel with heroes, princess, etc. ...

    The simple addition of Princess Nautilus to the story has solidified the awesome factor to this series. I only hope it continue to grow in golden-ness. ...

    First quest was nonsensical and funny, this one was just disjointed nonsense. Disappointing. ...

    Where is #3? ...

  • Kelly
    Apr 17, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

    Ha! Ripple Kingdom might be my favorite (of course this is only the second installment so we shall see!) From Bubblebeard to Splashmaster to Crabbro: "Crabbro...bro's call me bro" is such a hilarious line that I crack up just thinking about it (and it pops into my head at the most rand...

    Continues to be a fun, cute quest book that doesn't take itself (or epic quests with "chosen one" heroes) too seriously. Poor Cucumber also continues to be the sane, sensible, dependable one in a cast of misfits (quite easy to empathize with him, really). Almond continues to be underes...

    I think I completely forgot what the first one was about until about 20 pages into this one. I felt this one was a little too crammed with characters and I sometimes did not enjoy jumping from one story to the next. But it's still amusing and the art is very charming, so I'll keep read...

    Meh, not really my cup of tea really. I want to rate it a two if only because it made me feel nothing throughout the reading, but I really can't fault this for anything. The art is beautiful, the characters are fun and different, the setting and story is unique...it just doesn't pique ...

    Cucumber Quest continues! Now that Queen Cordelia has successfully freed the nightmare knight, Cucumber, Almond, and Sir Carrot have to find Saturday (a character) to get back the Dream Sword. But first they have to defeat Splashmaster the first of the Nighmare Knights evil Servants. W...

    The writing of the princess was very strange at the beginning, almost like the author made a mistake and needed to cover it up really fast? But I didn't see anything problematic in this one so that makes it better than the first. I'm enjoying the way the author thinks outside of the bo...

    This was the sweet continuation of Cucumber and Almond's "Quest" to save the kingdoms. Again, I adored the artwork, quirky/tongue-in-cheek ideas, and epic world-building. It is absolutely so much fun to read the story, the character cards, the Q&A, and "extra footage" all rolled in...

    This is literally the cutest thing in children's comics right now. Like, the art is still gorgeous, I love the characters and the dialogue is so nice and I'm excited for when the publishers finally releases the rest of them. ...

    I really loved the volume #2 but I wish it could have been as funny as #1. The art work is still stunning (omg the lightning!!). Each new side character has their own charm and unique personality, and it feels really easy to grow fond of them. Looking forward for #3! ...

    This second book felt more scattered with too much going on at once losing sight of the main elements of the story of fantasy, humor, family, and being who you are. The goofiness is still there, but it's harder to understand with the amount of story readers must understand first. ...

    I love love love Gigi's books! The adventure is like no other and it just keeps continuing and more wonderful plots and characters to come. Can't wait to read the rest of the series from this author. Recieved a free earc for an honest review from Netgalley ...

    This was just as cute as the first one. I honestly was expecting the Nightmare Knight to be super big and bad, but he just looks so tired and done with everyones ridiculousness. Which by the way there was even more in this book than the first one. ...

    Better than the first! I love the humor in this one and the new characters we?re introduced to. Also, the Ripple King?s magic spell machine... love it! I hope it makes an appearance in future books. Looking forward to the next one! ...

    Ive really been loving this cute series! It has the winning combination of being funny with great artwork. ...

    Cute middle grade fantasy graphic novel with heroes, princess, etc. ...

    The simple addition of Princess Nautilus to the story has solidified the awesome factor to this series. I only hope it continue to grow in golden-ness. ...

  • Rachel
    Apr 27, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

    Ha! Ripple Kingdom might be my favorite (of course this is only the second installment so we shall see!) From Bubblebeard to Splashmaster to Crabbro: "Crabbro...bro's call me bro" is such a hilarious line that I crack up just thinking about it (and it pops into my head at the most rand...

    Continues to be a fun, cute quest book that doesn't take itself (or epic quests with "chosen one" heroes) too seriously. Poor Cucumber also continues to be the sane, sensible, dependable one in a cast of misfits (quite easy to empathize with him, really). Almond continues to be underes...

    I think I completely forgot what the first one was about until about 20 pages into this one. I felt this one was a little too crammed with characters and I sometimes did not enjoy jumping from one story to the next. But it's still amusing and the art is very charming, so I'll keep read...

    Meh, not really my cup of tea really. I want to rate it a two if only because it made me feel nothing throughout the reading, but I really can't fault this for anything. The art is beautiful, the characters are fun and different, the setting and story is unique...it just doesn't pique ...

    Cucumber Quest continues! Now that Queen Cordelia has successfully freed the nightmare knight, Cucumber, Almond, and Sir Carrot have to find Saturday (a character) to get back the Dream Sword. But first they have to defeat Splashmaster the first of the Nighmare Knights evil Servants. W...

    The writing of the princess was very strange at the beginning, almost like the author made a mistake and needed to cover it up really fast? But I didn't see anything problematic in this one so that makes it better than the first. I'm enjoying the way the author thinks outside of the bo...

    This was the sweet continuation of Cucumber and Almond's "Quest" to save the kingdoms. Again, I adored the artwork, quirky/tongue-in-cheek ideas, and epic world-building. It is absolutely so much fun to read the story, the character cards, the Q&A, and "extra footage" all rolled in...

  • Sylwia (Wish Fulfillment)
    May 08, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

    Ha! Ripple Kingdom might be my favorite (of course this is only the second installment so we shall see!) From Bubblebeard to Splashmaster to Crabbro: "Crabbro...bro's call me bro" is such a hilarious line that I crack up just thinking about it (and it pops into my head at the most rand...

    Continues to be a fun, cute quest book that doesn't take itself (or epic quests with "chosen one" heroes) too seriously. Poor Cucumber also continues to be the sane, sensible, dependable one in a cast of misfits (quite easy to empathize with him, really). Almond continues to be underes...

    I think I completely forgot what the first one was about until about 20 pages into this one. I felt this one was a little too crammed with characters and I sometimes did not enjoy jumping from one story to the next. But it's still amusing and the art is very charming, so I'll keep read...

    Meh, not really my cup of tea really. I want to rate it a two if only because it made me feel nothing throughout the reading, but I really can't fault this for anything. The art is beautiful, the characters are fun and different, the setting and story is unique...it just doesn't pique ...

    Cucumber Quest continues! Now that Queen Cordelia has successfully freed the nightmare knight, Cucumber, Almond, and Sir Carrot have to find Saturday (a character) to get back the Dream Sword. But first they have to defeat Splashmaster the first of the Nighmare Knights evil Servants. W...

    The writing of the princess was very strange at the beginning, almost like the author made a mistake and needed to cover it up really fast? But I didn't see anything problematic in this one so that makes it better than the first. I'm enjoying the way the author thinks outside of the bo...

  • Pepper
    Sep 25, 2017

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

    Ha! Ripple Kingdom might be my favorite (of course this is only the second installment so we shall see!) From Bubblebeard to Splashmaster to Crabbro: "Crabbro...bro's call me bro" is such a hilarious line that I crack up just thinking about it (and it pops into my head at the most rand...

    Continues to be a fun, cute quest book that doesn't take itself (or epic quests with "chosen one" heroes) too seriously. Poor Cucumber also continues to be the sane, sensible, dependable one in a cast of misfits (quite easy to empathize with him, really). Almond continues to be underes...

    I think I completely forgot what the first one was about until about 20 pages into this one. I felt this one was a little too crammed with characters and I sometimes did not enjoy jumping from one story to the next. But it's still amusing and the art is very charming, so I'll keep read...

    Meh, not really my cup of tea really. I want to rate it a two if only because it made me feel nothing throughout the reading, but I really can't fault this for anything. The art is beautiful, the characters are fun and different, the setting and story is unique...it just doesn't pique ...

    Cucumber Quest continues! Now that Queen Cordelia has successfully freed the nightmare knight, Cucumber, Almond, and Sir Carrot have to find Saturday (a character) to get back the Dream Sword. But first they have to defeat Splashmaster the first of the Nighmare Knights evil Servants. W...

    The writing of the princess was very strange at the beginning, almost like the author made a mistake and needed to cover it up really fast? But I didn't see anything problematic in this one so that makes it better than the first. I'm enjoying the way the author thinks outside of the bo...

    This was the sweet continuation of Cucumber and Almond's "Quest" to save the kingdoms. Again, I adored the artwork, quirky/tongue-in-cheek ideas, and epic world-building. It is absolutely so much fun to read the story, the character cards, the Q&A, and "extra footage" all rolled in...

    This is literally the cutest thing in children's comics right now. Like, the art is still gorgeous, I love the characters and the dialogue is so nice and I'm excited for when the publishers finally releases the rest of them. ...

    I really loved the volume #2 but I wish it could have been as funny as #1. The art work is still stunning (omg the lightning!!). Each new side character has their own charm and unique personality, and it feels really easy to grow fond of them. Looking forward for #3! ...

    This second book felt more scattered with too much going on at once losing sight of the main elements of the story of fantasy, humor, family, and being who you are. The goofiness is still there, but it's harder to understand with the amount of story readers must understand first. ...

    I love love love Gigi's books! The adventure is like no other and it just keeps continuing and more wonderful plots and characters to come. Can't wait to read the rest of the series from this author. Recieved a free earc for an honest review from Netgalley ...

  • Lindsay
    Aug 19, 2017

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

  • Hailey
    Feb 27, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

    Ha! Ripple Kingdom might be my favorite (of course this is only the second installment so we shall see!) From Bubblebeard to Splashmaster to Crabbro: "Crabbro...bro's call me bro" is such a hilarious line that I crack up just thinking about it (and it pops into my head at the most rand...

    Continues to be a fun, cute quest book that doesn't take itself (or epic quests with "chosen one" heroes) too seriously. Poor Cucumber also continues to be the sane, sensible, dependable one in a cast of misfits (quite easy to empathize with him, really). Almond continues to be underes...

    I think I completely forgot what the first one was about until about 20 pages into this one. I felt this one was a little too crammed with characters and I sometimes did not enjoy jumping from one story to the next. But it's still amusing and the art is very charming, so I'll keep read...

    Meh, not really my cup of tea really. I want to rate it a two if only because it made me feel nothing throughout the reading, but I really can't fault this for anything. The art is beautiful, the characters are fun and different, the setting and story is unique...it just doesn't pique ...

    Cucumber Quest continues! Now that Queen Cordelia has successfully freed the nightmare knight, Cucumber, Almond, and Sir Carrot have to find Saturday (a character) to get back the Dream Sword. But first they have to defeat Splashmaster the first of the Nighmare Knights evil Servants. W...

    The writing of the princess was very strange at the beginning, almost like the author made a mistake and needed to cover it up really fast? But I didn't see anything problematic in this one so that makes it better than the first. I'm enjoying the way the author thinks outside of the bo...

    This was the sweet continuation of Cucumber and Almond's "Quest" to save the kingdoms. Again, I adored the artwork, quirky/tongue-in-cheek ideas, and epic world-building. It is absolutely so much fun to read the story, the character cards, the Q&A, and "extra footage" all rolled in...

    This is literally the cutest thing in children's comics right now. Like, the art is still gorgeous, I love the characters and the dialogue is so nice and I'm excited for when the publishers finally releases the rest of them. ...

    I really loved the volume #2 but I wish it could have been as funny as #1. The art work is still stunning (omg the lightning!!). Each new side character has their own charm and unique personality, and it feels really easy to grow fond of them. Looking forward for #3! ...

    This second book felt more scattered with too much going on at once losing sight of the main elements of the story of fantasy, humor, family, and being who you are. The goofiness is still there, but it's harder to understand with the amount of story readers must understand first. ...

    I love love love Gigi's books! The adventure is like no other and it just keeps continuing and more wonderful plots and characters to come. Can't wait to read the rest of the series from this author. Recieved a free earc for an honest review from Netgalley ...

    This was just as cute as the first one. I honestly was expecting the Nightmare Knight to be super big and bad, but he just looks so tired and done with everyones ridiculousness. Which by the way there was even more in this book than the first one. ...

    Better than the first! I love the humor in this one and the new characters we?re introduced to. Also, the Ripple King?s magic spell machine... love it! I hope it makes an appearance in future books. Looking forward to the next one! ...

    Ive really been loving this cute series! It has the winning combination of being funny with great artwork. ...

  • Were Wolf
    May 02, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

    Ha! Ripple Kingdom might be my favorite (of course this is only the second installment so we shall see!) From Bubblebeard to Splashmaster to Crabbro: "Crabbro...bro's call me bro" is such a hilarious line that I crack up just thinking about it (and it pops into my head at the most rand...

    Continues to be a fun, cute quest book that doesn't take itself (or epic quests with "chosen one" heroes) too seriously. Poor Cucumber also continues to be the sane, sensible, dependable one in a cast of misfits (quite easy to empathize with him, really). Almond continues to be underes...

    I think I completely forgot what the first one was about until about 20 pages into this one. I felt this one was a little too crammed with characters and I sometimes did not enjoy jumping from one story to the next. But it's still amusing and the art is very charming, so I'll keep read...

    Meh, not really my cup of tea really. I want to rate it a two if only because it made me feel nothing throughout the reading, but I really can't fault this for anything. The art is beautiful, the characters are fun and different, the setting and story is unique...it just doesn't pique ...

    Cucumber Quest continues! Now that Queen Cordelia has successfully freed the nightmare knight, Cucumber, Almond, and Sir Carrot have to find Saturday (a character) to get back the Dream Sword. But first they have to defeat Splashmaster the first of the Nighmare Knights evil Servants. W...

  • Jesse Baggs
    Apr 29, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

  • Amanda Lee
    Apr 21, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

    Ha! Ripple Kingdom might be my favorite (of course this is only the second installment so we shall see!) From Bubblebeard to Splashmaster to Crabbro: "Crabbro...bro's call me bro" is such a hilarious line that I crack up just thinking about it (and it pops into my head at the most rand...

    Continues to be a fun, cute quest book that doesn't take itself (or epic quests with "chosen one" heroes) too seriously. Poor Cucumber also continues to be the sane, sensible, dependable one in a cast of misfits (quite easy to empathize with him, really). Almond continues to be underes...

    I think I completely forgot what the first one was about until about 20 pages into this one. I felt this one was a little too crammed with characters and I sometimes did not enjoy jumping from one story to the next. But it's still amusing and the art is very charming, so I'll keep read...

    Meh, not really my cup of tea really. I want to rate it a two if only because it made me feel nothing throughout the reading, but I really can't fault this for anything. The art is beautiful, the characters are fun and different, the setting and story is unique...it just doesn't pique ...

    Cucumber Quest continues! Now that Queen Cordelia has successfully freed the nightmare knight, Cucumber, Almond, and Sir Carrot have to find Saturday (a character) to get back the Dream Sword. But first they have to defeat Splashmaster the first of the Nighmare Knights evil Servants. W...

    The writing of the princess was very strange at the beginning, almost like the author made a mistake and needed to cover it up really fast? But I didn't see anything problematic in this one so that makes it better than the first. I'm enjoying the way the author thinks outside of the bo...

    This was the sweet continuation of Cucumber and Almond's "Quest" to save the kingdoms. Again, I adored the artwork, quirky/tongue-in-cheek ideas, and epic world-building. It is absolutely so much fun to read the story, the character cards, the Q&A, and "extra footage" all rolled in...

    This is literally the cutest thing in children's comics right now. Like, the art is still gorgeous, I love the characters and the dialogue is so nice and I'm excited for when the publishers finally releases the rest of them. ...

    I really loved the volume #2 but I wish it could have been as funny as #1. The art work is still stunning (omg the lightning!!). Each new side character has their own charm and unique personality, and it feels really easy to grow fond of them. Looking forward for #3! ...

    This second book felt more scattered with too much going on at once losing sight of the main elements of the story of fantasy, humor, family, and being who you are. The goofiness is still there, but it's harder to understand with the amount of story readers must understand first. ...

    I love love love Gigi's books! The adventure is like no other and it just keeps continuing and more wonderful plots and characters to come. Can't wait to read the rest of the series from this author. Recieved a free earc for an honest review from Netgalley ...

    This was just as cute as the first one. I honestly was expecting the Nightmare Knight to be super big and bad, but he just looks so tired and done with everyones ridiculousness. Which by the way there was even more in this book than the first one. ...

    Better than the first! I love the humor in this one and the new characters we?re introduced to. Also, the Ripple King?s magic spell machine... love it! I hope it makes an appearance in future books. Looking forward to the next one! ...

    Ive really been loving this cute series! It has the winning combination of being funny with great artwork. ...

    Cute middle grade fantasy graphic novel with heroes, princess, etc. ...

  • Amber
    Mar 19, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

    Ha! Ripple Kingdom might be my favorite (of course this is only the second installment so we shall see!) From Bubblebeard to Splashmaster to Crabbro: "Crabbro...bro's call me bro" is such a hilarious line that I crack up just thinking about it (and it pops into my head at the most rand...

    Continues to be a fun, cute quest book that doesn't take itself (or epic quests with "chosen one" heroes) too seriously. Poor Cucumber also continues to be the sane, sensible, dependable one in a cast of misfits (quite easy to empathize with him, really). Almond continues to be underes...

    I think I completely forgot what the first one was about until about 20 pages into this one. I felt this one was a little too crammed with characters and I sometimes did not enjoy jumping from one story to the next. But it's still amusing and the art is very charming, so I'll keep read...

    Meh, not really my cup of tea really. I want to rate it a two if only because it made me feel nothing throughout the reading, but I really can't fault this for anything. The art is beautiful, the characters are fun and different, the setting and story is unique...it just doesn't pique ...

    Cucumber Quest continues! Now that Queen Cordelia has successfully freed the nightmare knight, Cucumber, Almond, and Sir Carrot have to find Saturday (a character) to get back the Dream Sword. But first they have to defeat Splashmaster the first of the Nighmare Knights evil Servants. W...

    The writing of the princess was very strange at the beginning, almost like the author made a mistake and needed to cover it up really fast? But I didn't see anything problematic in this one so that makes it better than the first. I'm enjoying the way the author thinks outside of the bo...

    This was the sweet continuation of Cucumber and Almond's "Quest" to save the kingdoms. Again, I adored the artwork, quirky/tongue-in-cheek ideas, and epic world-building. It is absolutely so much fun to read the story, the character cards, the Q&A, and "extra footage" all rolled in...

    This is literally the cutest thing in children's comics right now. Like, the art is still gorgeous, I love the characters and the dialogue is so nice and I'm excited for when the publishers finally releases the rest of them. ...

  • Ninoshka
    Jun 05, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

    Ha! Ripple Kingdom might be my favorite (of course this is only the second installment so we shall see!) From Bubblebeard to Splashmaster to Crabbro: "Crabbro...bro's call me bro" is such a hilarious line that I crack up just thinking about it (and it pops into my head at the most rand...

    Continues to be a fun, cute quest book that doesn't take itself (or epic quests with "chosen one" heroes) too seriously. Poor Cucumber also continues to be the sane, sensible, dependable one in a cast of misfits (quite easy to empathize with him, really). Almond continues to be underes...

    I think I completely forgot what the first one was about until about 20 pages into this one. I felt this one was a little too crammed with characters and I sometimes did not enjoy jumping from one story to the next. But it's still amusing and the art is very charming, so I'll keep read...

    Meh, not really my cup of tea really. I want to rate it a two if only because it made me feel nothing throughout the reading, but I really can't fault this for anything. The art is beautiful, the characters are fun and different, the setting and story is unique...it just doesn't pique ...

    Cucumber Quest continues! Now that Queen Cordelia has successfully freed the nightmare knight, Cucumber, Almond, and Sir Carrot have to find Saturday (a character) to get back the Dream Sword. But first they have to defeat Splashmaster the first of the Nighmare Knights evil Servants. W...

    The writing of the princess was very strange at the beginning, almost like the author made a mistake and needed to cover it up really fast? But I didn't see anything problematic in this one so that makes it better than the first. I'm enjoying the way the author thinks outside of the bo...

    This was the sweet continuation of Cucumber and Almond's "Quest" to save the kingdoms. Again, I adored the artwork, quirky/tongue-in-cheek ideas, and epic world-building. It is absolutely so much fun to read the story, the character cards, the Q&A, and "extra footage" all rolled in...

    This is literally the cutest thing in children's comics right now. Like, the art is still gorgeous, I love the characters and the dialogue is so nice and I'm excited for when the publishers finally releases the rest of them. ...

    I really loved the volume #2 but I wish it could have been as funny as #1. The art work is still stunning (omg the lightning!!). Each new side character has their own charm and unique personality, and it feels really easy to grow fond of them. Looking forward for #3! ...

    This second book felt more scattered with too much going on at once losing sight of the main elements of the story of fantasy, humor, family, and being who you are. The goofiness is still there, but it's harder to understand with the amount of story readers must understand first. ...

    I love love love Gigi's books! The adventure is like no other and it just keeps continuing and more wonderful plots and characters to come. Can't wait to read the rest of the series from this author. Recieved a free earc for an honest review from Netgalley ...

    This was just as cute as the first one. I honestly was expecting the Nightmare Knight to be super big and bad, but he just looks so tired and done with everyones ridiculousness. Which by the way there was even more in this book than the first one. ...

  • Emyrose8
    Apr 11, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

    Ha! Ripple Kingdom might be my favorite (of course this is only the second installment so we shall see!) From Bubblebeard to Splashmaster to Crabbro: "Crabbro...bro's call me bro" is such a hilarious line that I crack up just thinking about it (and it pops into my head at the most rand...

    Continues to be a fun, cute quest book that doesn't take itself (or epic quests with "chosen one" heroes) too seriously. Poor Cucumber also continues to be the sane, sensible, dependable one in a cast of misfits (quite easy to empathize with him, really). Almond continues to be underes...

    I think I completely forgot what the first one was about until about 20 pages into this one. I felt this one was a little too crammed with characters and I sometimes did not enjoy jumping from one story to the next. But it's still amusing and the art is very charming, so I'll keep read...

    Meh, not really my cup of tea really. I want to rate it a two if only because it made me feel nothing throughout the reading, but I really can't fault this for anything. The art is beautiful, the characters are fun and different, the setting and story is unique...it just doesn't pique ...

    Cucumber Quest continues! Now that Queen Cordelia has successfully freed the nightmare knight, Cucumber, Almond, and Sir Carrot have to find Saturday (a character) to get back the Dream Sword. But first they have to defeat Splashmaster the first of the Nighmare Knights evil Servants. W...

    The writing of the princess was very strange at the beginning, almost like the author made a mistake and needed to cover it up really fast? But I didn't see anything problematic in this one so that makes it better than the first. I'm enjoying the way the author thinks outside of the bo...

    This was the sweet continuation of Cucumber and Almond's "Quest" to save the kingdoms. Again, I adored the artwork, quirky/tongue-in-cheek ideas, and epic world-building. It is absolutely so much fun to read the story, the character cards, the Q&A, and "extra footage" all rolled in...

    This is literally the cutest thing in children's comics right now. Like, the art is still gorgeous, I love the characters and the dialogue is so nice and I'm excited for when the publishers finally releases the rest of them. ...

    I really loved the volume #2 but I wish it could have been as funny as #1. The art work is still stunning (omg the lightning!!). Each new side character has their own charm and unique personality, and it feels really easy to grow fond of them. Looking forward for #3! ...

    This second book felt more scattered with too much going on at once losing sight of the main elements of the story of fantasy, humor, family, and being who you are. The goofiness is still there, but it's harder to understand with the amount of story readers must understand first. ...

    I love love love Gigi's books! The adventure is like no other and it just keeps continuing and more wonderful plots and characters to come. Can't wait to read the rest of the series from this author. Recieved a free earc for an honest review from Netgalley ...

    This was just as cute as the first one. I honestly was expecting the Nightmare Knight to be super big and bad, but he just looks so tired and done with everyones ridiculousness. Which by the way there was even more in this book than the first one. ...

    Better than the first! I love the humor in this one and the new characters we?re introduced to. Also, the Ripple King?s magic spell machine... love it! I hope it makes an appearance in future books. Looking forward to the next one! ...

  • Holly Claxton
    Mar 06, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

  • Eismyname
    Jul 07, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

    Ha! Ripple Kingdom might be my favorite (of course this is only the second installment so we shall see!) From Bubblebeard to Splashmaster to Crabbro: "Crabbro...bro's call me bro" is such a hilarious line that I crack up just thinking about it (and it pops into my head at the most rand...

    Continues to be a fun, cute quest book that doesn't take itself (or epic quests with "chosen one" heroes) too seriously. Poor Cucumber also continues to be the sane, sensible, dependable one in a cast of misfits (quite easy to empathize with him, really). Almond continues to be underes...

    I think I completely forgot what the first one was about until about 20 pages into this one. I felt this one was a little too crammed with characters and I sometimes did not enjoy jumping from one story to the next. But it's still amusing and the art is very charming, so I'll keep read...

    Meh, not really my cup of tea really. I want to rate it a two if only because it made me feel nothing throughout the reading, but I really can't fault this for anything. The art is beautiful, the characters are fun and different, the setting and story is unique...it just doesn't pique ...

    Cucumber Quest continues! Now that Queen Cordelia has successfully freed the nightmare knight, Cucumber, Almond, and Sir Carrot have to find Saturday (a character) to get back the Dream Sword. But first they have to defeat Splashmaster the first of the Nighmare Knights evil Servants. W...

    The writing of the princess was very strange at the beginning, almost like the author made a mistake and needed to cover it up really fast? But I didn't see anything problematic in this one so that makes it better than the first. I'm enjoying the way the author thinks outside of the bo...

    This was the sweet continuation of Cucumber and Almond's "Quest" to save the kingdoms. Again, I adored the artwork, quirky/tongue-in-cheek ideas, and epic world-building. It is absolutely so much fun to read the story, the character cards, the Q&A, and "extra footage" all rolled in...

    This is literally the cutest thing in children's comics right now. Like, the art is still gorgeous, I love the characters and the dialogue is so nice and I'm excited for when the publishers finally releases the rest of them. ...

    I really loved the volume #2 but I wish it could have been as funny as #1. The art work is still stunning (omg the lightning!!). Each new side character has their own charm and unique personality, and it feels really easy to grow fond of them. Looking forward for #3! ...

  • Aud
    Apr 12, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...

    part 2 of Cucumber Quest, our hero finds himself in the Ripple Kingdom. Destined to defeat the Nightmare Knight, he must travel to all seven kingdoms in Dreamside to unlock the powers of the Legendary Sword that will defeat the villain. Sounds like an awesome adventure, but Cucumber w...

    This review may contain mild spoilers for the book. Please read with caution. I received a digital copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Funny story: I actually didn?t realize this was volume 2 until volume 1 came through my workplace. I instantly re...

    Electronic ARC provided by NetGalley. I have been following this comic online for a long time and was very pleased to see the creator get a commercial publishing deal. Cucumber Quest is a well written, well drawn, and entirely delightful graphic novel series. The story ostensibly fo...

    The quest continues in this graphic novel series. Cucumber is the most unlikely of heroes to try to save Dreamside, but he is willing to give it his best. When he ends up in the Ripple Kingdom where a squid has captured Sir Carrot and Almond, he is unsure what to do. But Princess Nauti...

    3.5 stars. These books are almost unbelievably cute, with truly amazing comic art. ?Cucumber Quest? plays with the tropes of fantasy stories by constantly undercutting expectations. For instance, the young male hero chosen by destiny isn?t as brave or willing as his younger siste...

    Yep, yep, more Cucumber Quest, sign me up. Gigi D.G. (which is the most fun name to say out loud) continues to skewer fairy tale cliches while having more fun than can be contained on the page. Cucumber and crew are in the Ripple Kingdom now, where they battle the Splashmaster, a giant...

    I'm in love with this comic series. The episodic nature of the books makes the character quirks (most notably Cucumber's deadpanning) a bit repetitive, which I suspect is a product of the book's webcomic heritage. But as with the first volume, it's more than made up for by the absurd h...

    This series is really fun. It?s an all ages graphic novel with cuteness off the charts. Cucumber is supposed to be the hero of the story, but the real hero is his sister Almond. I should probably mention that they are bunnies. That are on a quest to save the seven kingdoms. In book t...

    Ha! Ripple Kingdom might be my favorite (of course this is only the second installment so we shall see!) From Bubblebeard to Splashmaster to Crabbro: "Crabbro...bro's call me bro" is such a hilarious line that I crack up just thinking about it (and it pops into my head at the most rand...

    Continues to be a fun, cute quest book that doesn't take itself (or epic quests with "chosen one" heroes) too seriously. Poor Cucumber also continues to be the sane, sensible, dependable one in a cast of misfits (quite easy to empathize with him, really). Almond continues to be underes...

  • Diego R
    Apr 27, 2018

    Join nerdy magician Cucumber and his feisty knight-in-training little sister, Almond, as they set out to retrieve the Dream Sword, the only weapon powerful enough to defeat Evil Queen Cordelia?s Nightmare Knight. Cucumber Quest: The Ripple Kingdom is the second of a series of deli...

    I like this series a lot a lot.In Dreamside in a house in the Doughnut Kingdom a young rabbit named Cucumber is preparing to head to magic school. His plans are dashed when his parents reveal that Cucumber is the latest in a line of Legendary Heroes and it is his destiny to save The Do...

    I love the adventure and all the charater's. It has a great story plot line. It also the second book to a serious meaning you should read the first book first. This book is also colorful, quirkey, and it brings a smile to my faxe. I picked up the first because I wanted something to rea...