In hardcover, eBook, and audio on September 9th, 2014.
Cory Doctorow at BoingBoing
As William Gibson puts it in Conversations With William Gibson, writers in the pulp tradition “can do fucking plot” — they’ve “still got wheels on their tractors.” And like Gibson, Gould uses that plot as an engine to pull some intense, massive freight: not only does Exo cover space-junk, space-medicine, geopolitics, gender politics, and some totally badass network OPSEC; it also tells an intensely human story about love, honor, loyalty, betrayal and family.
Starred Review in Kirkus
Gould literally raises the bar on teleportation in this sequel to Impulse (2013). … Gould grows more ambitious with every book in the Jumper series. … There’s simply no knowing where Cent and this series are headed next…but it’ll sure be interesting to find out.