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“They’re organ donors. Your job is to keep them clean and in good shape, until they’re no longer needed.” Convicted of petty theft, Katerina Mathern is sentenced to the prison planet Rhodon, zone twelve, where unresponsive convicts await the removal of organs they never agreed to donate. Kat is horrified by the ward full of comatose prisoners she’s required to attend, but “They’re organ donors. Your job is to keep them clean and in good shape, until they’re no longer needed.” Convicted of petty theft, Katerina Mathern is sentenced to the prison planet Rhodon, zone twelve, where unresponsive convicts await the removal of organs they never agreed to donate. Kat is horrified by the ward full of comatose prisoners she’s required to attend, but she’s even more horrified to discover, when one gorgeous, unconscious man begins responding to her voice, that the patients are aware of every horrific thing that happens to them. Newly convicted felon Beau Desmond wakes up paralyzed in a hospital bed, missing one of his kidneys—his rare blood type and perfect physical condition have put him in high demand in a for-profit organ trade run by the prison. Trapped in the cage of his own mind, he can only wait for the rest of his organs to be taken one at a time, until he hears Katerina’s cheerful chatter and falls hard for his beautiful caretaker. When Kat realizes Beau can hear her, she becomes determined to get him on his feet and off the planet before the surgeon can cut anything else out of him. But now that she’s woken her sleeping beauty, their escape must be a team effort—especially once they discover the horrifying reason Kat was really sent to zone twelve… Glass Cage is a 35,000 word stand-alone novella set in the Prison Planet universe. It can be read as an introduction to the series or as a bonus for those who've already read previous books.


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“They’re organ donors. Your job is to keep them clean and in good shape, until they’re no longer needed.” Convicted of petty theft, Katerina Mathern is sentenced to the prison planet Rhodon, zone twelve, where unresponsive convicts await the removal of organs they never agreed to donate. Kat is horrified by the ward full of comatose prisoners she’s required to attend, but “They’re organ donors. Your job is to keep them clean and in good shape, until they’re no longer needed.” Convicted of petty theft, Katerina Mathern is sentenced to the prison planet Rhodon, zone twelve, where unresponsive convicts await the removal of organs they never agreed to donate. Kat is horrified by the ward full of comatose prisoners she’s required to attend, but she’s even more horrified to discover, when one gorgeous, unconscious man begins responding to her voice, that the patients are aware of every horrific thing that happens to them. Newly convicted felon Beau Desmond wakes up paralyzed in a hospital bed, missing one of his kidneys—his rare blood type and perfect physical condition have put him in high demand in a for-profit organ trade run by the prison. Trapped in the cage of his own mind, he can only wait for the rest of his organs to be taken one at a time, until he hears Katerina’s cheerful chatter and falls hard for his beautiful caretaker. When Kat realizes Beau can hear her, she becomes determined to get him on his feet and off the planet before the surgeon can cut anything else out of him. But now that she’s woken her sleeping beauty, their escape must be a team effort—especially once they discover the horrifying reason Kat was really sent to zone twelve… Glass Cage is a 35,000 word stand-alone novella set in the Prison Planet universe. It can be read as an introduction to the series or as a bonus for those who've already read previous books.

30 review for Glass Cage

  1. 4 out of 5

    Serena Loves Books

    'Fuiste mi escape. Incluso cuando en realidad no estabas conmigo'. •Mi opinión puede contener Spoilers •Esta destinada a ser un descargo personal no para que alguien más lea pero si lo haces y te ofende, me disculpo porque sé lo que es que te guste un libro y otros lo critiquen Glass Cage de Emmy Chandler serie Prison Planet 7 Argumento: "Son donantes de órganos. Tu trabajo es mantenerlos limpios y en buen estado, hasta que ya no sean necesarios ". Condenada por un pequeño robo, Katerina Math 'Fuiste mi escape. Incluso cuando en realidad no estabas conmigo'. •Mi opinión puede contener Spoilers •Esta destinada a ser un descargo personal no para que alguien más lea pero si lo haces y te ofende, me disculpo porque sé lo que es que te guste un libro y otros lo critiquen Glass Cage de Emmy Chandler serie Prison Planet 7 Argumento: "Son donantes de órganos. Tu trabajo es mantenerlos limpios y en buen estado, hasta que ya no sean necesarios ". Condenada por un pequeño robo, Katerina Mathern es sentenciada al planeta prisión Rhodon, zona doce, donde los convictos que no responden esperan la extracción de órganos que nunca aceptaron donar. Kat está horrorizada por la sala llena de prisioneros comatosos a los que debe asistir, pero se horroriza aún más al descubrir, cuando un hombre hermoso e inconsciente comienza a responder a su voz, que los pacientes son conscientes de cada cosa horrible que les sucede. El delincuente recién condenado Beau Desmond se despierta paralizado en una cama de hospital, sin uno de sus riñones; su raro tipo de sangre y su perfecta condición física lo han puesto en una gran demanda en un comercio de órganos con fines de lucro dirigido por la prisión. Atrapado en la jaula de su propia mente, solo puede esperar a que le tomen el resto de los órganos uno por uno, hasta que oye la alegre charla de Katerina y se enamora de su hermosa cuidadora. Cuando Kat se da cuenta de que Beau puede oírla, se decide a ponerlo de pie y sacarlo del planeta antes de que el cirujano pueda sacarle cualquier otra cosa. Pero ahora que ha despertado a su bella durmiente, su escape debe ser un esfuerzo de equipo, especialmente una vez que descubren la horrible razón por la que Kat fue enviada a la zona doce ... Mí humilde opinión: Emmy Chandler es una GENIA TOTAL escribiendo Ciencia ficción! Creí que había visto lo peor de lo peor del Ojo del diablo pero me equivoqué. En Glass Cage pude ver lo siniestra y retorcida que pude ser la Autoridad Universal. Esta es una entrega corta de la serie Prison Planet que se puede leer de forma independiente y no se conecta precisamente con los demás libros. Glass Cage cuenta la historia de condenados, por mayor o menor delitos, que son ingresados a la Zona 12 como donantes de órganos... sin su consentimiento. Lo más perturbador e inquietante es que los pacientes están inducidos en un coma y sus cuerpos son cuidados como tal pero ellos están conscientes todo el tiempo de que la doctora apodada "Carnicera" está extirpándoles un órgano a la vez en contra de su voluntad. OMG fue escalofriante y triste leer todo eso y a la vez tan interesante toda la trama que me mantuvo enganchada desde el inicio. Lo que me resultó apresurado y algo que me faltó para poder creerlo del todo fue el escape de en la Zona 12 de Kat y Beau. Yo estaba como: ¿Qué acaba de pasar? No pudo haber sido tan fácil, no con las Autoridades Universales pero... sacar a Beau del piso principal en que lo tenían, luego de su segunda cirujía y un mes de haber estado sobre su espalda inmóvil sin ser detectado fue increíble. El plan de Kat funcionó y no tuvieron dificultad para subir a una nave y volar lejos. Resultó improbable y muy fácil. Me hubiera gustado más acción en el escape, saber con más detalle lo que estaba pasando con todos los personajes. Sentí que hubo muchas lagunas por lo que dejó preguntas y la principal fue: ¿Por qué no fue más largo este libro? En cuanto al romance... Adoré a Beau y Kat! Ambos personajes agradables. La idea de que la voz de ella mantuviera la esperanza para él fue linda. Disfruté escuchar los monólogos de Beau en su cabeza y las charlas que le daba Kat. Pero La escena de sexo aunque buena no encajó justo ahí porque entre que podrían atraparlos, Beau recién operado y el peligro de si saldrían vivos o no de la Zona 12 no me dejó realmente disfrutarlo. Como que no era el momento adecuado. Necesité algo mejor de estos dos, me dejó insatisfecha! EC es malvada en serio, por qué no hubo algún epílogo? Quiero pensar que Kat logró volar lejos de esa locura y pudieron vivir en paz. Pero no lo sé! Podrían haber vivido en paz sin la persecución de la AU cuando ambos eran personas de interés para ellos? Quiero saber si Beau se recuperó y si Kat llevó bien su embarazo y más... Qué sucedió con los amigos que les ayudaron en la Zona 12 y las mujeres embarazadas encerradas en esos cuartos de cristal!? Y sobre el embarazo... Esta pequeña gran sorpresa no me la esperaba. Sí estaba segura de que Kat sería una donante al final por sus rasgos considerados raros, pelo rojo y ojos azules pero nunca imaginé que la enseminaran sin saberlo a todas esas pobres mujeres! Estoy pidiendo una historia de ellas, que alguien las rescate, sería una historia interesante. En resumen, no puedo tener suficiente de esta serie! Espero EC traiga más libros, nuevas aventuras en el terrible planeta Rhodon y quizás actualizaciones de las parejas anteriores. Glass Cage fue una historia escalofriante pero interesante y original romance de ciencia ficción. Muy bueno a pesar de ser un libro muy corto.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Celestine

    Interesting set-up to a prison planet escape. I felt invested in the characters in this existing universe series, even for the short novella length. Unfortunately, the obligatory quickie sex scene didn't seem to fit the situation and it abruptly ended. An epilogue would have been nice. Interesting set-up to a prison planet escape. I felt invested in the characters in this existing universe series, even for the short novella length. Unfortunately, the obligatory quickie sex scene didn't seem to fit the situation and it abruptly ended. An epilogue would have been nice.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Whitney

    Short and sweet.

  4. 4 out of 5

    K.M. Montemayor

    4.5/5 stars Another winner from Emmy Chandler. This novella is only available on Emmy Chandler’s website. www.emmychandler.com/ What I loved: This is a unique plot line. I don’t think I’ve ever read anything like it before. Crooked judges and rich, powerful people taking advantage of convicted men and women to purchase their body parts. I don’t know what I found more disturbing: that it’s something that could and would happen IRL, or that the patients were aware the whole time they were being chop 4.5/5 stars Another winner from Emmy Chandler. This novella is only available on Emmy Chandler’s website. www.emmychandler.com/ What I loved: This is a unique plot line. I don’t think I’ve ever read anything like it before. Crooked judges and rich, powerful people taking advantage of convicted men and women to purchase their body parts. I don’t know what I found more disturbing: that it’s something that could and would happen IRL, or that the patients were aware the whole time they were being chopped up one organ at a time against their will. That the patients knew this seemed especially cruel. As with the other Prison Planet stories, the engaging plot kept me turning pages. What could have been better: I had to willingly suspend my disbelief for most of the novella in regard to the feasibility of getting Beau out of the main floor without detection. It seems some plot holes could have been avoided if we had more time with the characters to explain what was going on. I actually think this would have worked better as a full-length novel to give Kat the time to plan a proper escape and fill in some unanswered questions I had. I was too stressed out that Beau and Kat would be caught that I couldn’t enjoy the sex scene. Still, one of the best books I’ve read in a while. I love Emmy Chandler’s original storylines.

  5. 5 out of 5

    B. Truly

    4.5 Stars This review has some spoliers Glass Cage is one of my favorite books in this series—such a great story. My only complaint is that I wish that it was longer. The plot for this one was quite different than the others, but one of the most interesting. Zone 12 is for organ donors. The only problem is that the prisoners are getting their organs taken against their will. This book saddened me. It was awful how the patients were trapped within their own mind—aware of their surroundings. The d 4.5 Stars This review has some spoliers Glass Cage is one of my favorite books in this series—such a great story. My only complaint is that I wish that it was longer. The plot for this one was quite different than the others, but one of the most interesting. Zone 12 is for organ donors. The only problem is that the prisoners are getting their organs taken against their will. This book saddened me. It was awful how the patients were trapped within their own mind—aware of their surroundings. The drug they gave them, paralyzed their bodies, but not their minds. Kat & Beau’s courtship was unique. I fell in love with them and I was rooting for them. Beau was one of the prisoner—organ donors that Kat had to care for. She felt an immediate attraction toward him, so she began talking to him. That’s when she became aware that he could hear her. On Beau’s end, hearing Kat’s voice is what help him keep his sanity. Both characters were very likable, although there was one time where I wanted to tell Kat to shut it—thinking that her mouth was definitely going to get her into trouble. I’m shocked that the head doctor allowed her to talk to her that way. With Beau being the Perfect specimen, he wasn’t going to last in Zone 12. He was in high demand. Kat has to come up with a plan quickly to get him out of there. Luckily, with the help of a fellow inmate, Kat was able to put her plan into action. The love scene that they shared was steamy, though I felt it was a bit out of place in the heat of danger. I kept thinking Beau going to burst his stitches. Lol. I hope that the author considers doing a short story epilogue to this story line. We are kind of left hanging. I’m positive that Kat and Beau were able to escape, but I would like to know what happened to her pregnancy. That was a interesting tidbit thrown in the mix. Furthermore, who is the father of her child? There were other women inmates also knocked. I’m certain they have no clue who the father of their child is, either. My fingers are crossed that the author starts another story like from one of those woman. It makes for a very interesting plot.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Laz the Sailor

    This is a well-crafted short story set in an ongoing series. The tension was kept high throughout, which made it more interesting.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jannie Cv

    An incredible story! It’s short, but very powerful. What Universal Authority is doing in zone 12 is horrific, the manner in which they do it is unconscionable. “Glass Cage” follows two people in zone 12, ‘donor’ and caregiver, as they attempt to escape their predetermined fate. Kat and Beau work to fight their way out of this impossible situation. The tension kept me on edge throughout. Such great reading!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Victoria

    3 Stars

  9. 5 out of 5

    Nessa

    I HONESTLY DON'T KNOW HOW TO RATE THIS ONE. I THINK IT WOULD HAVE MADE A BETTER HORROR NOVEL THAN IT DID ROMANCE, BECAUSE IT WAS UNBELIEVABLE. I don't even know how the author managed to fit the sex in that was so fucking rushed and didn't make sense. The whole concept of the story was pretty scary and if you're in the organ donor's body...that's just fucked up. To be the one who cares for them, knowing what the sedated donors are going through? That's even worse. Having your organs taken from yo I HONESTLY DON'T KNOW HOW TO RATE THIS ONE. I THINK IT WOULD HAVE MADE A BETTER HORROR NOVEL THAN IT DID ROMANCE, BECAUSE IT WAS UNBELIEVABLE. I don't even know how the author managed to fit the sex in that was so fucking rushed and didn't make sense. The whole concept of the story was pretty scary and if you're in the organ donor's body...that's just fucked up. To be the one who cares for them, knowing what the sedated donors are going through? That's even worse. Having your organs taken from you without consent, is a violation worse than rape, because you'll never get them back and you'll end up bleeding on the table without your vitals to help you live. The fact that the male lead had his kidney and half his liver removed before he got rescued, was just insane! And for the characters to have sex when they were escaping, and him still recovering from surgery? I did not dig that at all. OVERALL even as a fan of the series, I won't recommend to read this one unless you're sure. It has no connection with the other books. This one was more of a nightmare.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Victoria

    I can't get enough of this series! Even though Glass Cage isn't a full length novel and for length purposes the author had to jump through a lot of steps, this story has the same essence as the previous stories in this series. Being left comatose to get your organs extracted out of you without your consent would surely be anyone's night mare scenario. Just a full on advice for everyone out there: even though this is a romance series and those tend to have independent stories from one another, I a I can't get enough of this series! Even though Glass Cage isn't a full length novel and for length purposes the author had to jump through a lot of steps, this story has the same essence as the previous stories in this series. Being left comatose to get your organs extracted out of you without your consent would surely be anyone's night mare scenario. Just a full on advice for everyone out there: even though this is a romance series and those tend to have independent stories from one another, I actually recommend you reading this series in order, because even though the stories are independent, the ending tends to spoil the ending for the other stories.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sheryal

    Great series! I just finished reading this series . I read them back to back . Some I liked more than others because some were disturbing . Saying that I have to say I was intrigued in all of them . I have also read the first book in the next series . I really can't wait to see what happens in the second book . When will it be out ?? I hope you have plans to help those that were left behind . Great series! I just finished reading this series . I read them back to back . Some I liked more than others because some were disturbing . Saying that I have to say I was intrigued in all of them . I have also read the first book in the next series . I really can't wait to see what happens in the second book . When will it be out ?? I hope you have plans to help those that were left behind .

  12. 5 out of 5

    Skyler

    Loved it! This was such a good book! I usually reserve 5 stars for books that make me laugh often, while this book didn’t have a ton of laugh out loud moments, it did make me smile and was a great romance novel overall. The plot kept me guessing and the characters were adorable. The ending was a bit abrupt, I wish there had been an epilogue, but who knows, maybe there is more of them in a later book. Please read!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Bubbles The Book Pimp

    ooooooo what a fantastic addition to an already great series, the blurb speaks for itself so i wont rehash. i love the idea of this book, the fact that prisoners were being sentenced and used in this way was not only creepy and believable.. i was left wondering about the other prisoners that were workers in section 12 and hope that we get to revisit them somewhere further down the series.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Mari

    Would have been 4, even though whole story is improbable. The end doesn't give me hope. Without giving away any spoilers...the story pretty much demands an epilogue. What happens next, and more importantly, how it could possibly happen! It's difficult to imagine a successful life. It's much easier to picture characters ending up in an even worse situation. Would have been 4, even though whole story is improbable. The end doesn't give me hope. Without giving away any spoilers...the story pretty much demands an epilogue. What happens next, and more importantly, how it could possibly happen! It's difficult to imagine a successful life. It's much easier to picture characters ending up in an even worse situation.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

    To short! Hate this prison planet but absolutely love the stories! They are so great reading... I want more please.. Love the drama and the inventive way these prisoners adept when life gives them no other choices...😮

  16. 5 out of 5

    Rosa Maria Garcia

    Great Book Short and sweet but enjoyed every moment of it from beginning to end. There's adventure, mystery, suspense, passion, and so many emotions with awesome characters? A must buy and keep them coming. Great Book Short and sweet but enjoyed every moment of it from beginning to end. There's adventure, mystery, suspense, passion, and so many emotions with awesome characters? A must buy and keep them coming.

  17. 5 out of 5

    LuDena

    Eerie This story reminds of the book " Coma" it was also made into a movie . This book is even more unsettling. Eerie This story reminds of the book " Coma" it was also made into a movie . This book is even more unsettling.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Leyns

    Really good for a novella!

  19. 4 out of 5

    phoebess

    I wasn’t feeling it, couldn’t connect with the story and the characters.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kathy

    It's a decent story but do they all end at the escape? It's a decent story but do they all end at the escape?

  21. 5 out of 5

    Teefer Bonadie

  22. 5 out of 5

    P C

  23. 5 out of 5

    Tricka

  24. 4 out of 5

    Amanda R

  25. 4 out of 5

    Kadensmomm

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kristina

    Donnnne with this series what UPPPPP

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Tougas

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

  29. 4 out of 5

    Monique

  30. 5 out of 5

    Lara

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