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Written in the 1990s by American author Steven Gould, Jumper tells the story of Davy Rice as he escapes his tortured childhood to explore the world via teleportation and find his long lost mother.
At seventeen the world is at your feet… especially if you can teleport.
David Rice barely remembers his mother. She left his alcoholic father when Davy was very young. She left Davy too, and since then all of William Rice’s abusive anger has been focused on his young teenage son.
One evening, as he is about to receive another brutal beating, Davy shuts his eyes and wishes to be safe. When he opens them again, he finds himself in his small town’s library. Slowly, he realises he is very special, he can teleport.
Armed with his new power, Davy sets out with new purpose: he will leave his abusive home and find his long lost mother. Davy’s confidence grows as his skills do, but they also draw unwanted attention and soon Davy finds that he too is hunted.
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    Naz Wintershared an impression3 years ago
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    Anakin's Forceskinhas quoted2 years ago
    The tears started to come and I blinked hard, got them back under control.
    Anakin's Forceskinhas quoted2 years ago
    The tears came again then. I was ready for cruelty but not kindness. I blinked hard and said, Okay. Id appreciate the meal and the ride.
    Richard O'Brienhas quoted3 years ago
    On Saturday, a week after the hijacking, I jumped to the Dairy Queen in Stanville and had a dip cone, seventy-three cents, please, here’s a napkin.

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