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Written during hospitalisation for schizophrenia and depression, Juno Jakob’s debut adult novel is a look at the complex puzzle of mental illness, life on a psychiatric ward and the power of love and friendship.

In October of 2008, twenty-seven-year-old Dylan Samuel is sectioned at St. John’s Psychiatric Hospital following a mental breakdown and diagnosis of schizophrenia. During his involuntary stay and with the help of his psychiatrist, Dr. Francis Romero and a kind hallucination, a fox named Atticus, Dylan navigates the ward as well as the broken parts of his mind and begins a road to recovery.

Note: contains some very strong language.

Suggested age: 18+


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SKU: 978-1-9163953-9-8 Categories: , Tags: , , ,

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Weight .258 kg
Dimensions 21.6 × 14 cm



Juno Jakob

About the Author

Juno Jakob was born in Portsmouth in 1990. He attended the ‘Arts University College Bournemouth’ in 2009 and graduated with honours in 2012 with a degree in digital media. Juno began writing fiction in 2012 and hasn’t looked back since. He works on his faithful typewriter and turns out a short story each and every week. He has written over a hundred short stories & vignettes and three novels. Juno considers his writing heroes and influences to be Ray Bradbury, Neil Gaiman, Stephen King, R.L. Stine, John Steinbeck and Hunter S. Thompson.


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