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Two months have passed since Patch Collins narrowly escaped the Board, leaving her loved ones behind to navigate the escalating tensions in America. Patch finds herself in an unfamiliar world, struggling with her mental health, and surrounded by those who abandoned the very idea of American diplomacy long ago. 

When a familiar enemy resurfaces and she learns the previously unknown fate of a loved one, Patch must make a choice: stay and live a life of relative safety, or risk everything to expose the Board’s actions to the world.

©2022 Inkshares (P)2022 Jacqui Castle

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Captivating story!

The minute I finished The Seclusion I had to know what happened next, so to be fair this is a review of both The Seclusion and The Chasm, book two.

What a poignant reflection of democracy and the various threats to it. These books are a thrilling tribute to science, nature, literature, patriotism, the human condition, and to freedom. It’s a widely applicable glimpse into the not-so-far removed “what if” and ultimately a story of good over evil. An easy 5 stars to such smart, insightful storytelling.