This is fun in the usual Gould way of a smart teen ...,
This review is from: Impulse (Jumper) (Mass Market Paperback)
Cent, short for Millicent, is Davy and Millie’s 16 year old daughter. She has been home-schooled, kept away from the outside world and safe from the sinister forces hunting teleporter Davy, helping her parent with their humanitarian aid projects. This all changes when she learns to Jump, and demands a chance to go to school and meet other kids, to be socialised.
As we might expect, any child of Davy and Millie will be out of the ordinary. Cent is very bright, and really quite amazingly grounded. Her inevitable interaction with the school bullies does not go how the bullies expect. Then Cent discovers there more to the situation than simple bullying, and determines to fix it. But that draws the wrong sort of notice.
This is fun in the usual Gould way of a smart teen coming of age. There are new plotlines opening up and not followed through here, as we see not just Cent’s schooldays, but Davy starting to track down the people who captured him all those years ago. I hope this means there are more books to follow.