Taking readers deep into a labyrinth of dark neurosis, We Have Always Lived in the Castle is a deliciously unsettling novel about a perverse, isolated, and possibly murderous family and the struggle that ensues when a cousin arrives at their estate.
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Her greatest book ... at once whimsical and harrowing, a miniaturist's charmingly detailed fantasy sketched inside a mausoleum ... Through depths and depths and bloodwarm depths we fall, until the surface is only an eerie gleam high above, nearly forgotten; and the deeper we sink, the deeper we want to go (Donna Tartt)
An amazing writer (Neil Gaiman)
The world of Shirley Jackson is eerie and unforgettable ... She is a true master (A. M. Homes)
A masterpiece of Gothic suspense (Joyce Carol Oates)
For me, it is that unique and dreamlike book ... that stands as her masterpiece (Jonathan Lethem)
We Have Always Lived in the Castle is Jackson's masterpiece ... Stunning (Elaine Showalter)
Manages the ironic miracle of convincing the reader that a house inhabited by a lunatic, a poisoner, and a pyromaniac is a world more rich in sympathy, love and subtlety than the world outside ( Time)
A witch's brew of eerie power and startling novelty ( The New York Times)
A marvellous elucidation of life ... a story full of craft and full of mystery ( The New York Times Book Review)
Shirley Jackson (1919–1965), a celebrated writer of horror, wrote many stories as well as six novels and two works of nonfiction.
Jonathan Lethem is the author of numerous acclaimed novels, including Motherless Brooklyn and The Fortress of Solitude.
Thomas Ott is a Swiss artist who makes wordless scratchboard comics that depict the darker side of life with painstaking clarity. His books include Hellville and Tales from the Edge.
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