#REVIEW : An American Cage by Ted Galdi

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An American Cage by Ted Galdi

Version: Kindle Edition

 | Pub Date: 15 September 2017 | 

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.


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This book was received in exchange for an honest review

This is the story of Danny Marsh  who escapes prison with two other inmates.  Trying to get to Mexico across Texas with the Texas marshalls chasing them and then finding that who he thought was a friend and was helping him out of a bind was not really such a good friend.

This shows the struggles they went through on the run and what their final decision was at the end.

For a young kid, trying to stay alive in a prison where they would just shank you for just looking at you, he has had to survive and you see that he has matured on his journey and making the decision of his life.

This was a really good story of men on the run from escaping prison and how they dealt with their lives outside.

 


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