I like this one more than the Jumper-the first in the series. It was full of action with interesting characters and unpredictable events. I wasn't expecting it to be so entertaining and I got it only because it was on sale. I'm so glad I did, and I will probably get the next one in the series. For the people who like light sci-fi, this book will hold your attention and leave you satisfied at the end. Reader was very good as well.
The fantasy merged with reality, science and politics is very entertaining. A couple of questions still linger which is a perfect primer for the sequel. I can't wait!
I really loved "Jumper", the first book of the series! This book lacked the impact and fast pace of the first book. The concept was good,but the story dragged. The pace was just too slow.
I like the wit and writing style of the author and the performance by Macleod Andrews.
This book goes beyond PG-13 in language and edginess of sex... a bit unrealistic..
I suggest that you pass on this book or wait on other reviews.
I'm an eater of Words.
What in the world is this? I swear I'm only finishing this book because if has to get better. I refuse to believe I wasted my credits on this? How can you make a bad story where the main character can teleport? We'll lets see. 1. Remove his ability to use his powers. 2. Try and make the reader care about the character. 3. Add a weird homeless woman that stutters and has a weird name. 4. Give someone else the same powers as the main character (for no reason). 5. Do nothing with the story. 6. I had to look up the author because I couldn't believe this got published. 7. The joke is on me.
Good story that kept my interest. If you liked the first you should like this.
Truck driving biker, former submariner in the Navy. Ex-bouncer and night club owner who loves a good read, and enjoys writing and art.
I enjoyed this, but I wish I had been aware that this is at least the second book in a series. I would much rather have had more knowledge about the characters and history that is only referenced after you are well into this book.
no its a one time story
when davy seen milly again
he expresses madness, sadness,and happyness
i liked it but here are some other books that are as good if not better, percy jackson,sylo,pendragon,static(flight29dwn),the last apprentice, jack blank, shelter, i am number four, and January which audible probably does not have
I loved the first book, "Jumper", but I could not put down the second book - it grabbed me from the first chapter and wouldn't let go!
YA writer and book lover!
I got this book on sale and I'm glad I did. I watched the movie Jumper (never read the book) and I loved it. However as the sequel to Jumper it was boring. To me there wasn't enough action and it seemed as though Davey was tortured throughout the whole book while Millie was distraught and searching for him. To me there needed to be more meat to the plot. A few good things to say: I liked the character and story development. But overall the sequel fell short.
I have a hard time finding books I like, and this one was great. It was easy to follow, had an interesting and different story line. This is near the top of my list. I wanted to be Millie.
Not sure, this is a mystery with a sci-fi element story.
I liked Sojourner Johnson the best. She was an outsider who was watching the action and reacted like I might have. I loved Millie and what she did, but wasn't thrilled with the sound of her voice, I know it's hard for a man to sound like a woman, but she sounded older than she was in the story.
Ok, I laughed and cried a bit, it was good. I kept listening to it, I wanted to know how it would end. Spent most of a Friday and Saturday listening so I could find out how it ends.
Again, great story, fun to listen to.