Monday, October 23, 2017


 Good Monday all , today we are going to review AN AMERICAN CAGE by Ted Galdi .

                                BOOK BLURB 

Three inmates break out of a maximum-security prison in Texas, one of them Danny Marsh, a suburban kid in his twenties who landed in jail because of a crime he never intended to commit.

An American Cage follows Danny and his two escape partners over a twenty-four-hour period as they struggle to cross Texas to freedom in Mexico. On this dangerous journey, Danny has to evade the rabid Texas authorities, and even worse, the schemes of one of his closest allies, who isn't who he seems.

The second novel by Amazon #1 bestselling author and multi-award winner Ted Galdi, this psychological thriller is packed with suspense, twists, and grit, all while having heart. The story follows its young male protagonist on a journey of self-discovery and redemption as he weaves through a rocky landscape of family issues, guilt, betrayal, and questions about the nature of good and evil.

Along the way, he encounters an eclectic supporting cast, including a renowned psychology professor, a car thief, a young female hitchhiker, the leader of a biker gang, and a small-town Texas policeman with big ambitions.

                           MY REVIEW 

     This is the story of three men who escaped the Thurgood L Crick prison in east Texas . This is their journey to meet in Mexico . Danny , Monty and Phil are on their way to Mexico. 
    One of the prisoners is Danny Marsh , he is a confused young man that made one wrong choice in life and sent him to prison . 
   The story takes us on a epic journey . The author writes with such a passion that you can't help but start to care for Danny and see him get his redemption. Danny is such a confused young man, you really see him struggle with his past and the crime he committed as he travels to his parents to get money to get the three of them to Mexico. He finds out truths of Phil that he didn't see coming . He kind of drove me crazy at the start of this book . He was such a kid at the beginning as he believed so much of what Phil said to be true . But as the story goes on you see him grow up a lot and stops believing all that he hears . 
   The story is a good psychological thriller that you will keep reading until late into the night . The story will keep you on the edge of your seat the whole time . You will realize that the characters are not all good or bad there are shades of grey in each character . The only thing that bothered me a little the ending seemed just a bit rushed . Felt like the author took the characters to the edge and had a hard time pulling them back to wrap up the book . Other then that the book had be turning pages all night long. 

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