All the Time in the World

My taste in reading material is wide and varied: SF/fantasy/"speculative fiction", mysteries (police procedurals, mostly), history, fanfic, straight fiction, smutty vampire books, biographies, poetry, cereal boxes, assembly instructions, the fine print, and your mind.

Jumper

Jumper - Steven Gould Although I at times had trouble believing that a teenager brought up in a small town, living with an abusive father, could have so easily adjusted to living alone in New York City, not to mention learning to deal with his discovery of the ability to instantly teleport to any location he had previously visited (and could mentally picture clearly enough), I thought Gould creatively explored all the ways in which that ability could work.

Thought the end of the book left things open for a sequel, and sure enough, Gould came out with a second "Jumper" book in 2004. (12 years in the making - wonder why it took so long?)