Jeremiah has spent his whole life searching for his parents with nothing but a faded picture of them to keep him going. His search had hit a dead end until his birthday rolled around and he received a gift, being run down by a car that seemed to have no driver. And that was the best part of his day.
Now Jeremiah and Orlin, his over sized Savannah cat and only friend, seem to be running for their lives at every turn, with the impossible becoming possible everywhere they look. The pair continue Jeremiah’s quest to track down his parents and discover his true origins, while making many enemies, gaining new friends and family and developing a power only Orlin seems to understand.
Follow along as they dodge the Brothers of Olympus, flick dirt on the realty TV star Rick Tracker and come up against gods of myth such as Drazin and Hera. Jump between The Nide and The Hide finding Nothing at every turn. You are just a strat and a flibo away from finding out if Jeremiah and Orlin, after going through bloody hell and getting Puck-ed, can find his parents and get everyone back to Zeus Mountain.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
My love for science fiction and mythology. I just mixed the two even more than the first three in the series, which you don’t need to read for this one as it is a reboot in a way, and had fun with it.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
Some of the characters are based around quirks I have, like one with OCD. Orlin the cat is based off of my actual cat and Drazin is based off of a blog foe I created. Then the rest are based off of myth and legend, mostly.
Patrick Hatt can be found in the east coast of Canada. He hates writing these bio things but doesn’t mind talking in the third person. He dabbles in a little of this and a little of that, not afraid to attempt something new. He is owned by two cats, one of whom has his own blog, It’s Rhyme Time. Yeah a rhyming cat, who knew? He would be considered a both person when it comes to cats and dogs. He is also quite the movie and TV buff. As you can probably tell does not take himself seriously and has more stuff in his head than is needed.
Have you read this book or others by this author? Tell us in the comments how you liked it!