The Seclusion


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$13.99  $13.01
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5.5 X 8.2 X 0.8 inches | 0.6 pounds

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About the Author

Jacqui Castle is a freelance journalist based out of Asheville, North Carolina, who brings over nine years of experience producing high-quality copy to the table. She has been published in a variety of publications, both regional and national, and is a regular contributor to the Mountain Xpress. Fueled by tea, politics, and a captivating story-line.


"A dark, thrilling tale that will keep readers on their toes." --Kirkus Reviews

"Castle's cautionary debut makes its dire future seem all too real and thus all the more moving." --John DeNardo, Kirkus Reviews

"The author has crafted an intricately detailed world. Intriguing and surprising supporting characters give depth to a somber story that begs for a sequel... A must-have for all libraries and fans of -sci-fi." --School Library Journal

"A terrifying glimpse into what could be at the end of the path America is on today. Castle does an amazing job transporting us into the future--too great of a job." --Atia Abawi, Peabody Award-winning foreign correspondent and author of A Land of Permanent Goodbyes

"Jacqui Castle's new novel sets the hook in a wickedly-quick heartbeat. Not only does her eerily prescient story keep that hook in place throughout, it often leads to moments where you feel a chill that's driven not only by her words, but also by the words we hear in the news and social media every day." --Mike Rich, author of Skavenger's Hunt and screenwriter of The Rookie, Radio, and Finding Forrester

"Castle paints a well-developed world in a realistic future with a pair of unlikely heroes you want to cheer for. There are no easy victories in this dark, gritty dystopian that checks all the right boxes." --David Estes, bestselling author of The Dwellers saga and The Fatemarked epic

"The Seclusion is the best science fiction book I have read in years." --Nick Ludington, Former Bureau Chief, The Associated Press