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Camp Midnight, Volume 2: Camp Midnight vs. Camp Daybright

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3.48  ·  Rating details ·  52 ratings  ·  9 reviews
Skye is excited to return to Camp Midnight as an older, seasoned camper when she discovers that her parents are putting her on a bus headed to her intended camp from last summer: Camp Daybright. Skye has a sinking feeling of d�j� vu and wonders what could be worse than a sequel gone wrong? She'll find out with new friends, a new camp, and a creepily familiar new arch-frene ...more
Paperback, 248 pages
Published October 15th 2019 by Image Comics
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Sep 22, 2019 rated it really liked it
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3.5/5 A fun and silly follow-up to Camp Midnight. This one sees the return of Skye, but this time, she gets sent off to Camp Daybright instead of Camp Midnight. She learns that having "normal" friends isn't all that bad and finds out that when she isn't freaking out about things that she can actually accomplish quite a lot. I kind of missed all of the monsters (just like Skye), but I think kids would still like it.
Sep 14, 2019 rated it really liked it
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Even funnier than book 1! Skye is basically me when I was 12, I swear! Haha!
It's summer again, Skye's dad has re-married AGAIN and she is off to camp AGAIN, except this time she is not going to her beloved camp Midnight, she is off to a super chipper shiny, healthy brand new camp filled with... ghasp!... HAPPY PEOPLE.
At least she has her friend Leaf (no jokes please) to keep her company, because she is determined to loathe and complain about every second of her stay at the camp from her persona
Sep 21, 2019 rated it liked it
A generally worthy sequel to the first 'Camp Midnight', where our reluctant heroine went to summer camp and found it and its inmates a lot more interesting than she thought possible. We start in a meta way, with her questioning the very nature of this follow-on and how familiar it is to book one. But the camp isn't – this is the very boring, humdrum and goody-goody place she was destined for last time, before something changed. And change is what she immediately seeks to make it. So this is anot ...more
Skye hated summer camp, or the idea of summer camp, until she went to Camp midnight. So, what happens in her second year? Her divorced parents send her to Camp Daybright, instead, which is the total opposite of her last camp.

All the kids are normal, and she meets the sister of the ghost she made friends with the previous year.

She also has a cousin, Leaf, along for the ride.

It is all silly, for us, frustrating for Skye, and a lot of fun to read.

Of course there are mean girls, and stupid camp act
Tracey S
Nov 01, 2019 rated it really liked it
Camp Midnight v Camp Daybright
by Steven T. Seagle,
Jason Adam Katzenstein (Contributor) follows Skye is going to camp again and her Dad has also remarried again. This time instead of being sent to the wrong camp Skye is sent to Camp Daybright with her new friend Leaf and also comes into conflict with a girl called Gia who is the twin of her ghost friend Mia whom Skye met at Camp Midnight. I loved the sheer comedy of this graphic novel and loved Skye's reactions to being at camp again but not t
I read the first awhile ago and barely remembered the plot but I enjoyed this immensely anyway. Skye has great dialogue and the art adds a great deal of character to the story, communicating with style and humor beyond what the dialogue itself is able to. I also love the way color is used throughout. The palette changes every several pages in a way that seems unconnected to the story but still manages to enhance the overall mood in a positive way. I would read more from this series. I might like ...more
I loved the first one, but I found this one meh enough that I gave it up halfway through.
Note: I accessed a digital review copy of this book through Edelweiss.
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Oct 16, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Mostly for Fans of Volume 1

In Volume 1 our heroine, Skye, had to come to grips with a bad camp situation, and she did so with flying colors. The book was amusing, with fun characters and a heroine who captured the reader's sympathy and admiration.

In this sequel Skye has not been returned for another summer at Camp Midnight. Rather, she has been sent to neighboring Camp Daybright, the camp she was supposed to go to in the first book.

Skye doesn't care for this development, and she makes that clear
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Steven T. Seagle is an American writer who works in the comic book, television, film, live theater, video game, and animation industries.

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