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In talented Talia goes on her solo mission to become a full fledged hunter. Her mission, oh, only to kill the leader of the coalition and her parents murderer, Mr Ian crane! Things don't go as planned and talia is captured and shot. She is also injected with a mystery serum. She manages to escape barely alive.
In caged The mystery serum she was injected with has caused her serious health issues... seizures. She hasn't been running at full capacity for about a year now.
Due to her illness Mac lets her help teach at the school, also to try and find the person who betrayed her. To find the spy for why her mission failed. Ian had known she was coming, thus why she got captured.
Dealing with boy problems and health issues and spy issues she quickly begins to unravel, questioning her own sanity.
Can she really trust TOXIC?
When she finds out the truth she will begin to question everything she has ever known!
Talia is still recovering from her encounter with Crane and undergoing tests due to her seizures. She's back in her childhood home with Mac and his wife Gretchen, but this time it feels like a gilded cage. Being under Mac's thumb and being undercover trying to find the spy who betrayed her to Crane makes Talia question how far both sides are willing to go in this war, and how much she truly knows. She still questions what Crane said to her in his compound.
I hated seeing Talia go through her medical problems, and I wanted to question what exactly where they giving her and why she didn't demand more answers. As Talia deals with not being a Hunter anymore she is forced to work with Donovan again at the School while she, Penny, Eric and others are all trying to uncover who the spy could be. I had a feeling exactly who the spy would be, but I never expected the surprise of what the spy could do. I don't want to spoil the surprise for anyone else, but trust me; it's an exciting lead up to the discovery. Once the discovery is made Talia is even more confused as to just what exactly is going on with Toxic and the Coalition.
I really enjoyed this book, I flew through it. I was so frustrated with everyone keeping secrets from Talia, or "just assuming she knew" something. Davis drops hints through this book that I eagerly picked up and formed my own conclusions to just what was happening to Talia. I discovered I was right in the next book, Hunted. So, I recommend setting aside time to read not just Caged, but Hunted as well because I guarantee you're not going to be able to stop at Caged. I love when authors like Davis leave tine breadcrumbs for readers to follow, because it makes me so much more invested in the book. Granted, I get exasperated when the characters seem to wander around in the dark; but I recognize that they don't pick up the clues as quickly since those seem to be more of a benefit/prize to the reader.
Caged continues with the character development and I love that Talia and Eric get to be together. I don't want to say too much and ruin Hunted for anyone, but pay attention to the little details and you'll be even more excited for Hunted!
I definitely recommend this book/series for anyone who enjoys this genre. The "talents" are extremely intriguing and creative and the storyline is interesting. While almost all books in any dystopian world or book involving superpowers follow the same basic plotline, each author has a chance to put his/her own spin on the characters and exactly how the plotline develops. Davis' strength is her excellent character development and interaction. She takes a girl who has always believed the world she lived in was right and just, and now she has to question just how much of that is a lie. Caged was interesting on its own, but also a great bridge into Hunted. Davis has true talent herself in drawing readers into her world!
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