Author: Miyako Fujiomi,LUCY GORDON
Publsiher: Harlequin / SB Creative
Total Pages: 129
Release: 2021-08-01
Genre: Comics & Graphic Novels
ISBN: 9784596035424

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If forgiving someone is love, then can I forgive you? Megan was wrongly accused of a murder and spent three years in prison, separated from her beloved child. When she’s finally released from jail, she has nowhere to go and collapses on the street. A man named Daniel offers to help her, but when he explains that he’s a detective, she’s wary of having anything to do with him. But she decides that she should at least have him help her find the real killer, not realizing that he’s already much more involved in her case than she could know…


Author: Bryan M. Powell
Publsiher: New Life Publications On-Line
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2023
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9798622995590

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It was a simple task, take a few pictures, report back to Mrs. Emerson about her philandering husband’s activities, and get paid. What could be so hard about that? Then disaster strikes and Trace O’Reilly is caught its epicenter. With Washington D.C. swarming with weaponized birds carrying a deadly virus, the country finds itself plunging towards the brink of collapse. Trace, Cami, Lily, Troy, and Will must face an unknown with only their faith to cling to. Riddled with political overtones, this two-part series with keep you riveted to your seat.


Author: Frank Shamrock,Charles Fleming
Publsiher: Chicago Review Press
Total Pages: 282
Release: 2012
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9781613744659

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Before Frank Shamrock became known professionally as "The Legend"--winning almost every mixed martial arts title in existence--he endured a childhood marred with abuse, neglect, and molestation that led to an equally troubled young adulthood. This riveting book tells his whole story: his neglect as a child by his hippie mother and absentee father, his salvation under the foster father who took him in when no one else would, his desperate act of armed robbery and subsequent incarceration in state prison, and his eventual rebirth as a cage fighter who would go on to dominate the entire sport for the next two decades. Detailing his fights inside and outside of the ring, it discusses the people and events that enabled him to become a champion as well as his problems with the Ultimate Fighting Championship and the reasons behind his retirement. With eye-opening depictions of the world of mixed martial arts fighters and refreshing candor, this thrilling story of sex, violence, crime, and redemption reveals the numerous pitfalls a famous fighter encountered in his life and how he successfully overcame them to become a champion in every sense of the word.


Author: Dave Krider,J.R. Shelt,Scott Freeman
Publsiher: Sports Publishing LLC
Total Pages: 222
Release: 2006
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9781596700420

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Uncaged celebrates the three-peat Indiana state champion Lawrence North Wildcats, led by legendary coach Jack Keefer and All-Americans Greg Oden and Mike Conley.

Bird Uncaged

Bird Uncaged
Author: Marlon Peterson
Publsiher: Hachette UK
Total Pages: 191
Release: 2021-04-13
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9781645036500

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From a leading prison abolitionist, a moving memoir about coming of age in Brooklyn and surviving incarceration—and a call to break free from all the cages that confine us. Marlon Peterson grew up in 1980s Crown Heights, raised by Trinidadian immigrants. Amid the routine violence that shaped his neighborhood, Marlon became a high-achieving and devout child, the specter of the American dream opening up before him. But in the aftermath of immense trauma, he participated in a robbery that resulted in two murders. At nineteen, Peterson was charged and later convicted. He served ten long years in prison. While incarcerated, Peterson immersed himself in anti-violence activism, education, and prison abolition work. In Bird Uncaged, Peterson challenges the typical “redemption” narrative and our assumptions about justice. With vulnerability and insight, he uncovers the many cages—from the daily violence and trauma of poverty, to policing, to enforced masculinity, and the brutality of incarceration—created and maintained by American society. Bird Uncaged is a twenty-first-century abolitionist memoir, and a powerful debut that demands a shift from punishment to healing, an end to prisons, and a new vision of justice.


Total Pages: 70
Release: 2020-11-29
Genre: Poetry
ISBN: 9182736450XXX

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"UNCAGED WORDS", a collection of poems which Gets locked into an iron cage and finally it is freed by Where India Writes Publication and now it is in your hand who is going to make this words to fly High with all colours.

Uncaged Stories

Uncaged Stories
Author: Rahsaan Thomas,Brenda Abell,Julian Glenn-Padgett,Tamm y McKimmey
Publsiher: Lulu.com
Total Pages: 131
Release: 2014-01-02
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9780991372812

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The breakout collection of Uncaged Stories is a book of thrilling, nail biting surprise ending stories covering every genre ranging from urban fiction, crime thriller to romance. Some take you there with all three. Thomas uses his skills to write tales that make points about social issues like gun violence and PTSD. He paints pictures so vivid, so real, he causes life changing epiphany moments. Little creates urban fiction from unique viewpoints of unlikely lead characters, adding a twist. Curtis tackles everything from romance to stories about gangs, guns and drugs. Padgett has produced a thriller about the past deeds of a successful lawyer coming back to threaten her. All these authors write from a unusual perspective --being incarcerated.

The Uncaged Voice

The Uncaged Voice
Author: Aaron Berhane,Gezahegn Mekonnen Demissie,Alexander Duarte,Ava Homa,Abdulrahman Matar,Ilamaran Nagarasa,Luis Horacio Nájera,Kiran Nazish,Pedro A. Restrepo,Maria Saba,Kaziwa Salih,Mahdi Saremifar,Bilal Sarwary,Savithri,Arzu Yildiz
Publsiher: Cormorant Books
Total Pages: 220
Release: 2023-10-21
Genre: Literary Collections
ISBN: 9781770867123

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Freedom, truth, and justice are taken for granted in some countries. In others, they are aspirational. And yet in others, they are deemed justification for persecution, punishment, and silence. Through first-person essays and short stories, the contributors to The Uncaged Voice share their brutal yet heart-rending tales of fleeing the oppressive regimes of their homelands, where freedom of expression and the press is an ideal, not a reality, and where totalitarian forces attempt to subjugate, if not annihilate, all forms of dissention. From war correspondents reporting across dangerous “no-go zones,” to female journalists escaping conservative and patriarchal tyranny, to independent newspaper editors risking imprisonment or worse to criticize authoritarian states — these fifteen writers-in-exile continue to write, sharing both the suppressed truths of their past and the hopes they have for the future in Canada, their chosen place of asylum. With introductions by editor Keith Ross Leckie and Mary Jo Leddy, The Uncaged Voice tells often-silenced stories, not only of censorship and persecution, but also of the strength and resilience of those unwavering in their fight for the freedom of expression. Contributors include: Aaron Berhane, Gezahegn Mekonnen Demissie, Alexander Duarte, Ava Homa, Abdulrahman Matar, Ilamaran Nagarasa, Luis Horacio Nájera, Kiran Nazish, Pedro A. Restrepo, Maria Saba, Kaziwa Salih, Mahdi Saremifar, Bilal Sarwary, Savithri, and Arzu Yildiz.