Next week see's the release of the much-hyped sci-fi action epic Jumper starring Star Wars Hayden Christensen as a young man with the ability to teleport. The trailer (link below) features lots of action, lots of set-pieces and lots of slick editing and with Doug Liman, director of The Bourne Identity, in the chair it looks to be an explosive piece of entertainment, (despite the title not translating from America very well. What's next? A film about a pyscho traffic cop called Pullover?)
You can read musicOMH's review when it goes live next week but until then, if you want to fill yourself in on the Jumper story, what better place is there to start than the original novel by science-fiction author Stephen Gould. That's why musicOMH has five copies to give away, along with a Jumper watch and, er, hoodie.
To win one of these prizes all you have to do is answer the following easy-as-Google question.
Jumper is about a man who can teleport without the need for machinery. Which of the following classic slices of sci-fi featured a similar concept?
a) Stranger in a Strange Land by Robert A. Heinlein
b) The Stars My Destination by Alfred Bester
c) There are Doors by Gene Wolfe
If you think you know answer, simply email your choice along with your name and postal address to
Please note this competition is only open to UK residents. The closing date for entries is the 20th February. Winners will be chosen at random and the editor's decision is final: no correspondence will be entered into. Good luck!