CHANNILLO
Caged
By Aya Lancaster

Series Description:

The day Adrian chooses to make a quick stop at the bank is suppose to be an ordinary day before he picks up Adelia, his daughter, who spends the weekend at his sister's house.

However, the mundane routine which should've ended with him meeting his daughter and get together to spend the last week of her school holiday suddenly takes a sharp turn down the hill when a man steps in his path on the way to the bank, and corners him in an alley. Adrian has no choice to kill him, and that is where his nightmare begin.

Things take a weirder turn when, instead of cops, several people in black, obviously trained, knock his door. They seize him without warning, blindfold him in front of his daughter, and toss him into an isolated jail cell without a fair trial, much less a chance to call an attorney.

If that's not peculiar in itself, he gets six more jailmates, each with different background but none with clear reasons as to their imprisonment.

In that dark, dank cell with practically no humane treatment, Adrian has to survive and find a way out to get home to his daughter.

But the question remains, who puts the seven of them in the cage, and why?

Category: Short Stories
Updated: Every Other Week
Status: Ongoing



Author Bio For Aya Lancaster:

I am just a writer trying to make my own way. Fiction, especially supernatural stuff and conspiracies are my playground.

My first work is Chronicles of the Fallen trilogy, and the first book is Chronicles of the Fallen: Rebellion. Coming up: Rebirth.

Caged is the second stroll I took into the crime fiction genre after Brothers.

FaceBook : Aya Lancaster

Twitter : @ayalancaster

www.ayalancaster.com

Acknowledgements:

To Mr. Wawan Tole, again. Your idea actually earned a raised brow when you asked me to write a story about people in a cage, and only threw in what kind of people these seven detainees should be. But, all in all, they worked out, still with conspiracy thick in the air, so thanks!

To my husband, Julian, no words can do you and your support justice.

To Mom, thank you for everything that I am.

To Dad, may God rest your soul in peace, we love you.

Hope you all enjoy the story, and whatever good you may take out of it.

Notes:

This story is a work of fiction. Should there be any similarities with actual events, names, or places, those are purely incidental.







Series Description:

The day Adrian chooses to make a quick stop at the bank is suppose to be an ordinary day before he picks up Adelia, his daughter, who spends the weekend at his sister's house.

However, the mundane routine which should've ended with him meeting his daughter and get together to spend the last week of her school holiday suddenly takes a sharp turn down the hill when a man steps in his path on the way to the bank, and corners him in an alley. Adrian has no choice to kill him, and that is where his nightmare begin.

Things take a weirder turn when, instead of cops, several people in black, obviously trained, knock his door. They seize him without warning, blindfold him in front of his daughter, and toss him into an isolated jail cell without a fair trial, much less a chance to call an attorney.

If that's not peculiar in itself, he gets six more jailmates, each with different background but none with clear reasons as to their imprisonment.

In that dark, dank cell with practically no humane treatment, Adrian has to survive and find a way out to get home to his daughter.

But the question remains, who puts the seven of them in the cage, and why?

Category: Short Stories
Updated: Every Other Week
Status: Ongoing


Author Bio For Aya Lancaster:

I am just a writer trying to make my own way. Fiction, especially supernatural stuff and conspiracies are my playground.

My first work is Chronicles of the Fallen trilogy, and the first book is Chronicles of the Fallen: Rebellion. Coming up: Rebirth.

Caged is the second stroll I took into the crime fiction genre after Brothers.

FaceBook : Aya Lancaster

Twitter : @ayalancaster

www.ayalancaster.com

Acknowledgements:

To Mr. Wawan Tole, again. Your idea actually earned a raised brow when you asked me to write a story about people in a cage, and only threw in what kind of people these seven detainees should be. But, all in all, they worked out, still with conspiracy thick in the air, so thanks!

To my husband, Julian, no words can do you and your support justice.

To Mom, thank you for everything that I am.

To Dad, may God rest your soul in peace, we love you.

Hope you all enjoy the story, and whatever good you may take out of it.

Notes:

This story is a work of fiction. Should there be any similarities with actual events, names, or places, those are purely incidental.