Praise for Jump: ‘A thrilling, existential head-trip’ – Alaya Dawn Johnson
If you betrayed a friend, how far would you go to earn their forgiveness?
If someone had saved your life, would you risk your life to save them?
If you could bring someone back from the dead, who would you choose?
Clair and Jesse have barely been reunited when the world is plunged into crisis – the d-mat network is broken. People are trapped, injured and dying, and it’s partly Clair’s fault.
Peacekeepers enlist Clair to track down Q, the rogue AI – artificial intelligence – who saved her life and is the key to fixing the system. Targeted by dupes and abandoned by her friends, Clair finds powerful allies in the most unlikely places. But who can she trust? Q won’t respond to her calls for help, and if Clair finds her, will she be trapping her friend in a life of servitude or sending her to death by erasure?
Caught between pro- and anti-d-mat philosophies, in a world on the brink of all-out war, Clair must decide where she stands – and who she stands with – at the end.
I received an ARC of this book.
Crash pick up where the first book left off. Claire and Jesse are on the run however they have picked up a couple of Peace Keepers as companions.
Being hailed the “Girl Who Broke D-Mat” Claire wants it fixed. People are now stranded around the world, they can’t get to hospitals or are trapped with no 2 a of getting home. To make matters worse there are now groups of people after her. What Clarie needs is a safe place to work out a plan. Claire and her companions are now on a mission to find Q and to find out who keeps targeting her.
I really liked reading this series. I would recommend picking this series up for a read these holidays.