Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 18th 2002
Pages no: 345
Edition language: English
Series: Jumper (#1)
Just finished this one up yesterday, needless to say I liked it. I wasn't "wowed" by it, but it was good. It had more depth then most YA novels, with a few parts that were actually quite sad. One thing though...it had almost nothing to do with the movie! Not that I'm complaining, I liked the mov...
[Originally posted on tumblr on 15. August 2013] Did you guys ever see the movie ‘Jumper’ with Hayden Christensen?The book 'Jumper' by Steven Gould isn’t anything like it. According to some Goodreads users they actually adapted the second book. Either way, this book has nothing of the lighthearted...
Brilliant SF story, blending Davy Rice's exploration of his teleporting powers with the emotional fallout of his escape from an abusive father.It was also fascinating to read from a historical perspective of our attitudes towards terrorism and the NSA. The book was published in 1993, and Davy ends u...
Obviously, based on the stars, I didn't like this. Why? Well, part of it was that I saw the movie first. And I LIKED the movie. The movie was a decent action flick, with an okay (not great) love story - albeit one where the hero and the heroine jumped each others' bones mostly based on nothing m...
I went into this expecting a simple ya scifi oriented story. This is so much more! It is more of a coming of age than an adventure story. Davy goes from a young man scared for his life to a man dealing with love, hatred, fear, revenge and duty. Very well done.
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