by Susy Smith
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Pub Date 10 Aug 2021 | Archive Date 19 Jan 2023
Author Susy Smith, Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), Members' Titles
A Hunger Games meets Gone with the Wind fast-paced, heart-thumping experience. You won’t be able to put this book down! Jace will be your next obsession! He’d fought for Lacy, was still fighting. He’d never begged for anything, but he needed her like he needed oxygen. “I’ll wait. You’re worth the wait, Lace.” She’d warned him. He hadn’t listened.
Lacy’s story begins when America suffers an economic crisis and martial law is declared. She’s left alone on a small Oklahoma farm where she stands against the military police then suffers a brutal attack. Then a love she’s never known rises to help her. Together with a band of resisters, they fight to stay alive. Lacy and Jace. This is their story.
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"Susy Smith’s debut novel is a winner. In a future where the U.S. is controlled by a military-style government, young Lacy Monroe struggles against evil men and forces of nature to keep her family’s Oklahoma farm intact. In the process she provides asylum for a diverse crew of displaced souls who might or might not be trustworthy, and falls in love with the brother of her worst enemy. I look forward to the next book from this promising new author."
"Asylum has it all ... thriller, mystery, romance, dystopian. It is fast and furious, so buckle up for a great read. A smart, snarky protagonist treks through hell on both a personal and social level. Nice prose, excellent debut."
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