From the bestselling authors of Yesterday’s Gone and WhiteSpace.
One more day in a body that doesn’t belong to me. Another day further from a life I can’t remember.
I am a Jumper. Stuck waking up in a new body almost every day. I don’t know why this is happening, and I have no memory of anything before this started.
Each Jump seems to get me closer to the answers I’m desperate to find, but they remain just out of reach.
But this time, I wake inside a girl clinging to life. I find myself Jumping from body to body in her circle of family and friends—as well as enemies—with one question on my mind: Can I save her?
And as I start to unravel the dark secret that led to her attempted suicide, the soul-eating Collectors are closing in on me.
For the first time, I feel like my host can die. And so can I.
★★★★★ “I’ve been hooked since Jumper and these novellas keep getting better. The story evolves, gets deeper and richer throughout the series. A bit saddened that I have to wait until summer for part 4 but I’m sure it will be worth the wait.” — Christian Burch
★★★★★ “It was hard to wait for this book. I kept looking for it to come out and ended up sending an email to one of the authors. He as well as the others are always wonderful about getting right back with their fans. I found out the book was out, Immediately bought it and stayed up all night to read it.” — Catherine Johnson
★★★★★ “Just finished book three and talk about thrilling…I’m so ready for the next books! Ella makes the characters come alive no matter how old or young, man or woman, you feel them. Great writing guys…bravo” — Judy Reynolds
★★★★★ “What makes ‘The Collectors’ stand out as the best in a series of very good books is its voice. Co-author David Wright is a terrific writer- but when his subject matter is bullying, he rises to a whole nother level. Whether it’s first Charlie and then Luca in Yesterday’s Gone, the handful of bullies stupid enough to draw Boricio’s attention in short stories, or Milo in White Space, Wright excels. He lays bare the emotional anguish, humiliation, and helplessness the victim of bullying experiences with a skill that few writers possess.” — Brian Switzer
★★★★★ “Yes, their highly creative books always end on a cliffhanger, but they are gold at writing more to keep you satisfied. Interesting worlds, plot twists, action and adventure and character development in unforeseen ways abound. Big fan!” — C
The Collectors is the third book in the Karma Police series, for fans of Quantum Leap, Minority Report, and Person of Interest.