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Caged by Damnation

(Caged #2)

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ANNOUNCING BOOK 3's release: Spring 2016!

A bloodstone dagger to ward off evil…

In a matter of weeks, Savannah Cross has ascended, overcome a prince of darkness, and lost one whom she loved. Her powers have become a liability in the wake of her shattered world. Her rapid descent into a delusional vortex has made her unable to tell fantasy from reality. She knows her visions
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290 pages
Published May 31st 2013 by Euphoric Publishing & Design
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Diane Sue
Jul 11, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I was one of the beta readers for Caged by Damnation. I was shocked at this book. It was much longer and more in depth than the first book. The questions I had were mostly answered, but there are still enough that I want to read the next one.
I LOVED the Hellhounds! It was unexpected that the story delved so much into Willow, but still retained hold of Savannah's story. I enjoyed the dark quality to the writing and the mystery.
A consistent factor with Stroube's writing is that she loves the
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Dani
Jun 30, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: ya
I absolutely loved this book. I know that it's the sequel, but it could have been a book on its own. There was more action and it had a maturity that surpassed the first book. I could really see how the characters had grown up in response to their circumstances.
I love how each character is coming into their own and has their individual roles. I have always been a fan of multiple POV. I thought I would be disappointed that Caged by Damnation only has two, rather than three, but I liked it more
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Miranda Merrill
Jan 21, 2012 marked it as to-read
Can't wait for this book to come out. Loved the first book. I am anxiously waiting for book 2.
Liz Coburn
"This is the 2nd book in an all new supernatural series, by an amazing new author. You won't be able to put it down! This book is so original with such creativity compared to a lot of supernatural series books already out there. The story is told thru 2 POV's; Savannah & her BFF Willow. Its 2 stories that take their own paths and eventually intertwine. Savannah, who is now dealing with the repercussions of her actions (at the end of Caged in Darkness), to save her life and her loved ones, ...more
Violet
Jun 17, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I read this after Amazon had the first book up for free. I have to say that this is one of the most original books I have ever read, which shocks me. If you see my review on the first book, you may understand more.
I like that in each book in this series the POV changes. In the first book the POV was Liam, Ash and Savannah. In this one it was Savannah and Willow's. I was worried that I would miss out on everything with Willow after the unexpected ending with her and Death in the first book, but
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J.D. Stroube
If you go to my website, you can view sneak peeks on my blog. I am releasing them once a week until the 31st, when the book will be released. :)
Elizabeth
Jul 28, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: horror-romance
Awesome story line. kept me on the edge of my seat. couldn't put it down.
Ivy
Jun 03, 2013 rated it liked it
Caged in Damnation is book 2 from J.D’s “Caged” series. After defeating an evil in “Caged in Darkness,” Savannah is faced with new challenges. Consequences from her victory in the first book threaten her and her loved ones now. She learns of a purpose but has yet to understand it.

It’s not uncommon to have yet another book that gives the weight of the world on a young teenage witch girl’s hands. This is what Savannah is left off with in this book.

The pace in the books seemed to be slightly slower
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Jessica Roe
I was able to read the advanced reader copy of Caged by Damnation. I thought I knew what to expect after having read the first book, but I was in awe.

The characters are enriched and new players come into the fold! OMG, I'm still reeling from some of the new "types" of races.

How does the author come up with this stuff? I thought I had a creative imagination, but this book makes me feel like an amateur. There was a lot more action than I anticipated, but it's balanced with slower sections that
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Tee loves Kyle Jacobson
Jun 30, 2011 marked it as wishlist
Andrew,
Thanks for the book recommendation! I can't wait for the first book to be out in August :) Happy Reading :)
Diane
Nov 24, 2011 marked it as to-read
I can't wait for it to be released!!!
Lissette
Sep 19, 2011 rated it it was amazing
I absolutely loved this book! It amazed me. I was surprised at how different it was from the first book. There's more action, answers to questions from the first book, new characters and more questions that I am dying to know the answer to.
Gerald Pruett
Dec 03, 2012 rated it liked it
I enjoyed the story; it had a strong story plot, but I didn't care for the creative writing style that the author wrote the story in. As long as the story plot is good I prefer a straight forward story telling.
Danielle
Nov 20, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
5 stars

Really good read.
Was fast pasted and a little to much going on all at once but other than that really enjoyed it
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J.D. Stroube is an author, artist, and a psychology major. Her writing crosses many genre's, but most often gears towards fantasy and the paranormal.

J.D. intends to utilize her overwhelming need to know and understand things, to aid her in achieving her Doctorate degree. She then hopes to open her own practice to provide counseling for low income families and children.

In early 2014, J.D.
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