I'll be watching you, Agent Six.
Agent Six of Hearts is back at work. He's sealed inside a torpedo, blasting towards a warship.
His mission? To steal canisters containing a weaponised strain of the SARS virus. Before ChaoSonic can use it to wipe out an uprising that is tearing the City apart.
But Six has bigger problems. Vanish is still on the loose. So is Retuni Lerke. And a scientist has designed a new weapon. One more dangerous than anything Six has ever seen. One that could wipe out him, the Deck, and anyone else who opposes ChaoSonic for good.
Six has to find the weapon, and destroy it. Because ChaoSonic can't always control their creations. He is living proof.
Jack Heath (born 1986) is a writer of young adult fiction. He has resided in Canberra since age 9. Heath is best known for the Six of Hearts series, for being one of Australia's youngest bestselling authors, and for the high action content in his novels (his work is often compared to that of Matthew Reilly, to the CHERUB written by Robert Muchamore and to the Alex Rider series by Anthony Horowitz).
Jack Heath's second book, Remote Control was shortlisted for the 2007 Aurealis Award for Best Science-Fiction Novel, and he is the 2009 ACT Young Australian of the Year.