Review by Cil Gregoire

Kayla Hunt's Caged Eagles paints a frightening picture of our country in the not so distant future if current trends toward political correctness, government control, and socialized conformity continue. When Trevor Wells, a charming free-thinker, ends up in rehab (actually prison, but apparently that ugly word has been banned) for stopping a robbery that he is then accused of being a part of, he has the good fortune (or perhaps misfortune) of sharing a cell for a time with Blaine Martin, who is tried for treason for leading an underground movement to overthrow the government. Trevor learns that some things are still worth fighting for, like the basic freedoms that once made this country great.

-Cil Gregoire - Published Author