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Jumper cable

Jumper Cable
First edition
Author Piers Anthony
Country United States
Language English
Genre Fantasy novel
Publisher Tor Books
Publication date
2009
Media type Print (Hardcover and Paperback)
Preceded by Two to the Fifth
Followed by Knot Gneiss

Jumper Cable is the 33rd book of the Xanth series by Piers Anthony.

Plot introduction

Jumper Spider, the descendant of the spider who accompanied Magician Dor on his adventure to the past, has been caught by a narrative hook and dropped into the human realm of Xanth. Wishing to return home, he teams up with seven lovely maidens to help restore the link between Xanth and Mundania which had been damaged by the Demon Pluto, who is angry for being demoted to a Dwarf Demon and does all he can to stop the group of adventurers from succeeding.


Characters of
Jumper Cable
Primary character Jumper Sipder
Major characters Eve
Dawn
Wenda Woodwife
Meave Meanad
Haughty Harpy
Olive Hue
Phanta



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