Jumper by Steven Gould The first time Davy jumped was when his dad was beating him. The second time was when a trucker tried to rape him. Both times Davy ended up in his favorite place — the local public library. Soon Davy learned that he could control his teleportation, so he left home and […]Read More
SFF Author: Steven Gould
Reflex by Steven Gould Reflex is the second book in Steven Gould’s JUMPER series. Ten years have passed since we left Davy and Millie. Now they’re married and Davy works occasionally for the National Security Agency. On one of his trips to Washington D.C. to meet with his contact there, he gets drugged and kidnapped […]Read More
Kat Hooper´s rating: 3 | Steven Gould | Audio | SFF Reviews | | no comments |
Impulse by Steven Gould Impulse is the third book in Steven Gould’s JUMPER series. The first book, Jumper, which was more thriller than science fiction, told the story of Davy, a teenager who discovered that he could teleport. He used his ability to fight the terrorists who caused him some personal pain. In the second […]Read More
Kat Hooper´s rating: 2 | Steven Gould | Audio | SFF Reviews | | 1 comment |
7th Sigma by Steven Gould One thing I really love about accepting review copies of books is that I end up reading stuff I never would have read otherwise. It really opens my eyes up to new authors, or authors that I should have read and heard of long ago. One of these authors is […]Read More
Sarah Chorn´s rating: 3 | Steven Gould | SFF Reviews | | 1 comment |
The 48th Annual Nebula Awards weekend was held by the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America at the San Jose Convention Center in northern California from May 17 through 19, 2013. Terry Weyna and I, who both live in Northern California and both are aspiring writers, decided to see what a bunch of published […]Read More
Marion Deeds | Aliette De-Bodard, Connie Willis, E.C. Myers, Gene Wolfe, Joe Haldeman, John Scalzi, Ken Liu, Kim Stanley Robinson, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Rachel Swirsky, Robert Silverberg, Saladin Ahmed, Sarah Beth Durst, Steven Gould, Terry Bisson, William C. Dietz | Nebula Award | Convention | | 4 comments |
Wildside — (1996) Young adult. Publisher: VOYA “Outstanding Books of the Year” selection. An American Library Association “Best Books” selection. Forget the lottery. Teenager Charlie Newell has just discovered something that will make him and his friends billionaires. What if a world existed in which no humans ever evolved? No cities. No pollution. No laws. […]Read More
TBR | Steven Gould | To Be Reviewed | | no comments |
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