Ink, Inc: a disturbing sci-fi novel

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Lukas once did something terrible. Ever since, he's been taking Care – a drug which gives him a conscience. But now he's been kidnapped. His supply is cut off. What will his captor do when he becomes a monster? More

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About Jack Heath

Jack Heath is the pen name of a bestselling and award-winning author. His twenty action-packed novels have been translated into several languages and optioned for film and television.

Jack fell in love with reading in primary school, when an ear infection left him unable to do much else. In high school he was frustrated by the slow pace and lack of excitement in most teenage fiction, so he started writing his own novel. It was picked out of a slush pile and published while he was still a teenager, and it soon became an international success.

In the course of his research, Jack has toured morgues and prisons, performed as a street magician and travelled through eleven countries, including Russia. His enthusiastic presentations at schools and festivals have gotten thousands of kids hooked on reading. His previous day jobs—in which he met many interesting characters—include fry cook, music teacher, TV salesman, call centre worker and most fun of all, bookseller. He plays several musical instruments, and lives on the land of the Ngunnawal people in Gunghalin, Australia.

He was the voice of bears, seals and foxes in the popular mobile game Rodeo Stampede, and he very occasionally writes opinion pieces for LoadScreen.

He’s a proud member of the ACT Writers Centre, the Children’s Book Council of Australia and the Australian Crime Writer’s Association.

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Chantelle Griffin reviewed on on Dec. 30, 2013

From the very first page I was completely drawn into the beautiful style of storytelling and the fast flow of action. Yet hidden behind all this was an absolutely compelling idea that made me wonder, I love a good novel that makes me think.

Jack Heath has very kindly quoted my first impression after having read the novel, “a fantastic story with some very thought provoking ideas and an absolutely brilliant ending… it tied the pieces together beautifully and made me want to cry.” Indeed I found myself trying desperately to hold back a tear, it is certainly a must read for anyone who loves an intriguing story.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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