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The First Jumper: Little Bear - The First Jumper #1 - cover

The First Jumper: Little Bear - The First Jumper #1

Brian H Groover

Publisher: Taproot Technologies LLC

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An alien explorer meets disaster on ancient Earth, and must invade the body of a primitive human to survive, creating great difficulties for the alien, the human, and the human community, as an impending ice age threatens survival for everyone.

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