CAGED (The Caged Series Book 1) – Kindle edition by Amber Lynn Natusch. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. AMBER LYNN NATUSCH is the author of the bestselling Caged series for adults. She was born and raised in Winnipeg, and is still deeply attached to her. Caged (Caged, book 1) by Amber Lynn Natusch – book cover, description, publication history.

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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling amberr about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Caged by Amber Lynn Natusch. My life had just become surreal, impossible, and one enormous lie.

I needed to go, to run somewhere, anywhere to beat back the reality that was caved closing in around me.

The image of him was burned into my retina, natuscy over and over again like a warning. He was trapped somewhere between human and dec “I stood in the middle of the room, unmoving — I barely breathed. He was trapped somewhere between human and decidedly not, and I realized that was my new reality. As her quest for truth continues to come up short, she realizes that maybe some questions really are best left unanswered. When her true identity is finally unveiled, she is forced to choose between two of the mysterious men who continually seem to crop up in her life.

Now abandoned, Ruby must learn to call on the darkness within to survive, or spend a hellish eternity imprisoned because of it. Kindle Editionpages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask natysch readers questions about Cagedplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Apr 18, Kat rated it it was ok. I’m not sure how to start this review-this book gave me insanely mixed feelings. Hated the main character-liked the story.

First of all the so called 29 year old used to be blind girl has the wit of a snarky late night tv host and yet the brains common sense and emotional intelligence of an earthworm. Actually, I think earth worms could figure out a lot more than she did. Maybe the author cwged over explaining through the mc’s stupidity?? She got her life back together just months after 1 losing her parents 2 gaining sight for the first time in her life.

She learned a trade. She bought a building and opened a store. All within mere months of a crazy shock and change. That said, the story was very entertaining cated although the voice of the main character was gratingly annoying I did enjoy the romp. I do wish there were unattractive people in this book. Why is everyone so unbelievable perfection? A little depth would be nice. Also the “I’ll tell you later’s” we’re getting so out of hand that by the time he told her, we already knew what was going to be told.


But I must say that I was still engrossed in the story. If the story hadn’t grabbed me as it did this would have been a no star simply based on the characters whiny, vain, label dropping ignorance.

Maybe the author wrote it with a tv series in mind?? I think I will like this author after a few more books. Feb 15, Gitanc rated it did not like it. I don’t understand the ratings for this. The main character is weak and her banter with the 2 men in her life is annoying nnatusch of entertaining.

She goes beyond naivety into the just plan stupid realm. It is definitely not worth your time. View all 5 comments. Jun 11, Daisa rated it did not like it.

Please note, this review has spoilers Actual Rating: The main character was so dense and thick and just stupid, it got to the point that i really just wanted to smack her. This book was like a roller coaster. Caged was just a weird book. The main character, Ruby, was kind of annoying. I just didn’t get her. She was just always portrayed as weak.

Even though Natudch did like her bantering on and on with the natushc men in her life. Ruby, again, is annoying, This book was like a roller coaster. Ruby, again, is annoying, dumb, and just does stupid things. Then there’s the overall flow of the story that kind of left me high and dry. I feel like the ending was kind of meh and there. Plus the book did have some really boring parts. Overall, I still think 3 stars is way too generous of me. I also just don’t care right now.

I feel like this book had so much potential. I have no idea if I want to continue to book two or not.

I guess I just need to think about it some more. Mar 22, Carmel Rabid Reads rated it it was amazing Shelves: Rabid Reads This book starts off slowly but by the end it absolutely howls with excellence!

This novel is hilariously funny, well edited and even introduces a new breed of werewolves. Talk about bang for your buck!

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Caged has many pros and very litt Reviewed by: Amber was actually putting the building blocks in place for a killer story. Knowing what I know now, the opening chapters of this tale make a whole lot more sense. The plot line comes full circle beautifully and no stone is left unturned. I loved watching everything come together seamlessly. You definitely have to stick this one out until the end in order to be able to fully appreciate the depth of this story.

I found her way of dealing with the new found truth that is her life very realistic. One of my favorite parts of this story happens when Ruby escapes from the compound and is confronted by her foes in a clearing.


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At first, the bad guys are cleverly disguised as allies and I found this approach both original and intriguing. Cagec can usually pick out the enemies pretty early on in a book so I really enjoyed the fact that Amber challenges her readers with her out of the box way of thinking.

The mystery surrounding Sean was a lot of fun ambdr unravel as well. Jan 27, Cristina rated it it was amazing Shelves: I read this book knowing very little and was pleasantly surprised.

Oh how I love this book!!! So I did the best thing possible…I kept reading! While Ruby, the heroine of this story frustrated me on many occasions I did enjoy her sense of sarcasm Queue music: While Ruby, the heroine of this story frustrated me on many occasions I did enjoy her sense of sarcasm and her poor attempt at humor during the most inappropriate times.

She was a total bad-ass and I loved how fierce she really was!! What can I say…I have a weakness for mercurial fictional male characters! He was reserved to a fault and I had the most difficult time in trying to figure him out just as Ruby did. And last but not least, Cooper. Sweet and adorable Cooper!!! The writing is solid with elements of humor and suspense, the characters are well developed and the plot will hold your ajber until the very maber.

My final two cents: Sep 23, Lucinda rated it it was amazing. I have never been so emotional, so moved and captivated by a story that was completely unusual and original like nothing I have read before. Wanting to find out more about why she had lost her eyesight for so many years and the accident with her parents, I also then became curious as to I have never been so emotional, so moved and captivated by a story that was completely unusual and original like nothing I have read before.

Vulnerable and alone, parentless and friendless Ruby then encounters two individuals who are abmer catalyst for change, in the form of secretive Sean who evades any questioning about himself and so remains a mystery and the hunky Eric who Ruby is fatally attracted to. As the plot becomes ever increasingly peculiar with so many twists and turns, you begin to seek out answers to the list of questions that continues to get longer with each chapter. Who is Sean and why does Ruby know so little about him?

Is Eric safe or is he evil?