Uncaged Review – Burn the Dead by Steven Jenkins

Burn the Dead Steven Jenkins Horror It's a dirty job - but someone's got to do it. Robert Stephenson burns zombies for a living.

Uncaged Review – Twerk by Isobel Blackthorn

Twerk Isobel Blackthorn Psychological Thriller A regular Sunday night in a Las Vegas strip club is rocked when a local oddball dies mysteriously, during his private dance. Amber falls...

Uncaged Review – The Haunting of Dylan Klaypool by James Alan Ross

The Haunting of Dylan Klaypool James Alan Ross Horror To hear the truth, she must listen to the silence. Dylan Klaypool’s dark history has her searching...

Uncaged Review – My Sister and I by Sean Paul-Thomas

My Sister and I Sean Paul-Thomas Psychological Thriller MY SISTER AND I  A young teenage girl and her Psychotic twin sister must grow up hard and fast in the unforgiving Scottish Highlands as their father - a sick...

Uncaged Review – The Tome by Troy Christensen

The Tome Troy Christensen Horror Nerdy teen Jimmy Jason spends most of his school day hiding from his tormentors behind a fortress of books. In need of a change of scene, he ventures out to a new...

Uncaged Review – Collected Halloween Shorts Anthology by Various

Collected Halloween Shorts Various Horror Synopsis If you love horror, Halloween is probably your favourite time of the year. Well… It’s ours, too. A mixture of authors from Collected Christmas Horror Shorts and Collected Easter Horror Shorts have come...

Author Interview with Christian Galacar & Excerpt and Review of Gilchrist

As seen in the October issue of Uncaged Book Reviews Uncaged: Your book Gilchrist really gives me the feeling of Stephen King books, especially his early works. Was he an inspiration for you? Absolutely. I’d even...

Uncaged Review – The Dead Woods by Daniel Parsons

The Dead Woods Daniel Parsons Horror THE PAID ACTORS AT THE NECROVILLE SURVIVAL EXPERIENCE ARE VERY GOOD AT PRETENDING TO BE ZOMBIES. TOO GOOD… When Will and his friends decide to spend one last night together after graduating...

Uncaged Review – End Time by Daniel Greene

End Time Daniel Greene Horror In the dark primal jungles of the Congo River basin, something is ravaging the local population. That was only the beginning. When protests turn violent in front of the US Embassy Kinshasa,...

Author Interview with Eric Kapitan and Excerpt and Review of Warm

Uncaged: You just released Warm, your latest book. Can you tell readers more about the book? I have always been fascinated with the idea of solitary confinement and the effects it can have on ones...