Uncaged Review – Lovely Scars by Cassandra Jamison

Lovely Scars Cassandra Jamison Young Adult Snooping on your boyfriend’s phone is never a good idea. Collins can’t help herself after he unexpectedly commits suicide, but what she finds makes her grateful he’s dead. Collins Carpenter has always...

Uncaged Review – Inception by Bianca Scardoni

Inception Bianca Scardoni Young Adult/Paranormal My name is Jemma Blackburn and I have a secret. I know vampires are real. I watched one murder my father eight months ago, and even though they tried to convince me...

Uncaged Review: Poppies for Christmas by Stacy Renée Keywell

Poppies for Christmas Stacy Renée Keywell Holidays/Bullying/YA Popular DJ Dexx finds himself positively smitten by the precociously pristine Poppy Paris. Too bad she’s already taken by an older boy, Declan Davies, a beautiful model with a thriving...

Uncaged Reviews – 3 Books by Paul Moore

All Top Reads for March. Cat Got Your Tongue Paul Moore Young Adult/Crime When Estate agent Lucy Edwards doesn’t turn up for work on Monday it’s very out of character; shes a workaholic but her colleagues assume she...

Uncaged Review – Mirror Mirror by E.J Bennett

Mirror Mirror E. J Bennett Young Adult/Horror Skylar finds herself in a horrible accident, one that changes her life. She is forced to move and live with her aunt. Skylar’s aunt thinks she is going crazy. As...

Uncaged Review – The Revenge Artist by Philip Hoy with Excerpt – And The...

Two reviews, both from the Evelyn Hernandez series by Philip Hoy. Also, enjoy an excerpt from book one in the series, The Revenge Artist. Both books are among Decembers Top Reads. To read the...

Uncaged Review – Fire and Ice by Jessica Victoria Fisette with Excerpt

Fire and Ice Jessica Victoria Fisette SciFi/Fantasy/YA   Survival doesn’t come without sacrifice . . . It’s been months since the accident on Asher Creek bridge that nearly claimed Allie’s life. She hasn’t heard from her boyfriend Phoenix since...

Uncaged Review – For Her Sister by Lara Sleath

A Top Read for March For Her Sister Lara Sleath Young Adult/Thriller Eighteen-year-old Bresha blames herself for her younger sister’s death. She knew that Arlene was gullible and fragile. Yet she still let her tone-deaf sister meet with...

Uncaged Interview and Review – See by Lee Ann Ward with Excerpt

As seen in the April issue of Uncaged Book Reviews. Uncaged: You definitely captured a teenager perfectly in See with Carlie and her friends. Can you tell readers more about See? Thank you so much! Certainly....

Uncaged Review: Humanity’s Protectors by David R. Bernstein

Humanity’s Protectors David R. Bernstein Young Adult/Dystopian Where will you stand at humanity’s end? The corporate abuse of youth with the special ability to manipulate reality is at its apex. A revolution to regain society has emerged and...