In just 4 days, Vatic will be let loose on Kindle Unlimited…
…and I’m asking for your help. Can everyone who received a review copy (in return for an honest review) try and get your Amazon review up (without spoliers please) ready for the launch on Sunday 6th December? I’d love to have 25 advance reviews in place if possible. Presently, as I’m writing this, there are 16! So nine more needed.
Here’s the link for you to post your reviews, with Goodreads if you also have an account (which I suggest you get soon as its a great way to contact readers and authors and share your reviews and thoughts):
Later on this week I will also be contacting all my friends and contacts to ask to help push the launch on their social media etc. If you want to help out, please contact me on this email address: goforit at kevheritage dot com (you should be able to work out what to type).
Until then, it would help me loads if you could start sharing the pre-order links: $0.99/£0.99 & equivalent for your region. Order now before the price goes up.
“Gritty, intense, and compelling, Vatic is a something you don’t run into often enough in Sci-Fi–a cerebral thrill ride you don’t want to end.”
-Michael Bunker, US TODAY Bestselling author of Pennsylvania
“Legitimately, one of the best books I’ve read since Ready Player One… Prepare to lose sleep reading Vatic!.. Delicious Sci-Fiction!…The best thing since Wool!”
-Kate Danley, US TODAY bestselling author
“Kev Heritage’s uncanny sense of pacing and story puts him at the forefront of today’s speculative fiction writers.”
-Samuel Peralta, Amazon bestselling author and creator of The Future Chronicles
“Gritty, detailed and unrelenting–Vatic will take you on a wild ride.”
-Peter Cawdron, International Bestselling author of Science Fiction
No memory, half-dead and 100% in your face…
Top Company scientist, Chen Jelinek, has committed suicide.
Vatic, a half-alive empath with no memory of who or what he is, will die in six-hours if he can’t find out why—or so the Company tells him—an ‘added incentive to get the job done’.
Our hero soon discovers he is one of the Skilled, a genetically enhanced human revered and despised in equal measure—a bloodhound with a terrifying past who’ll stop at nothing in his pursuit of truth.
He is unceremoniously dumped at the Company’s most prestigious labs, where he meets the ‘best-of-the-best’—scientists at the pinnacle of their profession—and the pompous and annoying facility Director, Anton Frederix.
Vatic is not welcomed with open arms—the over-indulged base experts try to hinder his investigation rather than give him the help he requires. But Vatic is not the type to give up easily, especially when his life depends on it.
And just what is the mystery surrounding the black flowers found in the vast hydroponics domes, the alien mould cultivated by the lab’s Director, and the base-wide system failure threatening everyone’s lives? If Vatic knows one thing, it’s that he’s the guy to solve this, no matter how complicated or messed up it may be.
With time running out, Vatic must use all of his genetically modified wits to survive. And ‘the Skilled always get their guy’… don’t they?