Uncaged Review: Lazy Blood by Ross Greenwood

Lazy Blood
Ross Greenwood
Crime Suspense

Will has drifted through life paying little attention to the decisions he made or the consequences of his action.

From his prison cell he finally understands how his casual descent into serious crime threatens to destroy everything.

Looking back over thirty years Will examines his friendships, the frailty of life and how your world can fall apart in the blink of an eye. 

This laugh out loud and harrowing drama follows the story of an average man and explores what goes on behind prisons walls. 

Full of very real characters and no nonsense prose this book is not to be missed.

Uncaged Review: In this story we are introduced to Will and how he came to be in prison. We meet Will and his three friends and how they cope with life. Each friend has problems from childhood to adulthood.

This a story very much based on friendship and how far that goes. Will’s friends and him generally make up the bulk of this story.

I thought this story was a great read and was surprised to read how your life could change from just one wrong choice. The ending was even a surprise I didn’t see it coming. It was really interesting to read a little of prison life. This book is worth a read. Reviewed by Jennifer

5 Stars