Book Spotlight: Jump: Twinmaker by Sean Williams

October 30, 2013

Hi Guys,
Today I wanted to share with you the synopsis, video and new website for Jump: Twinmaker by Sean Williams. This is a exciting new sci-fi series that graced our Aussie stores, October 23rd (although I am not sure of the publication dates elsewhere). Although I am yet to read Jump, I've received this for review thanks to the lovely people at Allen & Unwin and will be posting a review sometime in November. Check out the new website for the Twinmaker series here.

Watch a video explaining D-Mat - a cool way of teleport in Jump here

High-stakes action combines with issues of friendship and body image in this timely and thought-provoking exploration of the intersection of technology and identity. 

You can be Improved.... In a near-future world in which technology can transport you anywhere instantly, can a coded note enable you to change your body—to become taller, stronger, more beautiful? Clair is pretty sure the offer is too good to be true. But her best friend, Libby, is determined to give it a try, longing for a new, improved version of herself.

What starts as Libby’s dream turns into Clair’s nightmare when Libby falls foul of a deadly trap. With the help of Jesse, the school freak, and a mysterious—but powerful—stranger called Q, Clair’s attempt to protect Libby leads her to an unimagined world of conspiracies and cover-ups. Soon her own life is at risk, and Clair is chased across the world in a desperate race against time.

Action and danger fuel Sean Williams’ tale of technology, identity, and the lengths to which one girl will go to save her best friend.

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  1. Sounds like it could be a good book

  2. Despite the mixed reviews I've read I'm really looking forward to reading this book. Love the cover!

  3. I read this on someone else's WoW this morning and utterly loved the concept - Didn't know it was available anywhere yet so YAY for a review from you soon! Will eagerly anticipate your review (no pressure). Sounds like a fantastic book, hopefully it will live up to that awesome cover artwork
    Zoë' B

  4. There's been quite a big UK campaign for this book so I've seen it around quite a lot lately and have seen some good reviews, although I'm not sure if I'll be reading it because I've got so much to read at the moment. Anyway, thanks for sharing, Sunny!

  5. I've got a copy of this for review too and looking forward to starting in next. It looked awesome, so I've avoiding any reviews if possible beforehand. Can't wait to see what you think of it :)


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