Thursday, 12 November 2015

The Tomorrow Heist by Jack Soren


The Tomorrow Heist 
Monarch, #2
by Jack Soren 

Genre: Fiction/Thrillers/Technological 
Publisher: HarperCollins/Witness Impulse 

Readers looking for twisting, fast-paced suspense will be swept away by Jack Soren’s newest tale of thrilling international adventure... 

Jonathan Hall and Lew Katchbrow intended to leave life as international art thieves behind them-if only the money hadn’t run out. But when a shadowy organization approaches the duo offering compensation, protection, and prestige in exchange for their skills, Jonathan and Lew think it’s the answer to their problems… 

But the nightmare has only just begun. 

Suddenly Jonathan and Lew are thrust headlong into a race against time and a technology that science says shouldn’t exist. With the very nature of life and death on Earth hanging in the balance, it’s up to Jonathan and Lew to discover the truth behind Ashita—a terrifying futuristic city in the depths of the Pacific Ocean—and stop it. But the clock is ticking. If Jonathan and Lew fail this heist, millions will die—and the human race will never be the same.

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About the Author: 
JACK SOREN was born and raised in Toronto, Canada.

Before becoming a thriller novelist, Jack wrote software manuals, drove a cab and spent six months as a really terrible private investigator. His debut novel The Monarch was nominated for the Kobo Emerging Writer national book award. He lives in the Toronto area.

@jacksorenwrites 


Q & A with Jack Soren
Q. Tell us a little bit about your main characters.
The main characters for my Monarch series (The Monarch and The Tomorrow Heist) met years ago when they were both disenchanted with their own attempts to make a difference in the world. Jonathan Hall is an ex-spy and Lew Katchbrow is an ex-soldier. Together they become known as the master art thief, The Monarch. 

Q. What is the best advice you have been given?
Finish what you start. So many writers second-guess themselves and end up killing projects before they’re done. As Hemingway said, “the first draft of anything is shit”. But you need to get that first draft down. Then you can revise and hone and polish.

Q. Which do you prefer: hard/paperbacks or ebooks?
I much prefer physical books to ebooks, but I have been coming around lately. That said, if I had a choice I’d probably always choose physical. It’s a different reading experience.

Q. What book are you reading now?
American Gods by Neil Gaiman


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