Onaiza would love your feedback! Got a few minutes to write a review?
Write a Review

Freed (Caged, #2)

By Onaiza All Rights Reserved ©

Adventure / Thriller


Noor has fought her way towards a beautiful life in Canada with her husband. Guarding her superpower in a quiet and remote part of her heart. What happens when this beautiful and fulfilling life turns into a nightmare. This time her troubles are way more complicated than anything she's experienced before. It's not man this time that she has to fight. It's god or something like that. Daniel is dead and Noor has set off to get him back.


I was preparing the Thanksgiving dinner and it was the most difficult ordeal I had yet faced in life. I had cooked before with the help of my mother and Alba but never alone. Tonight I was hoping to surprise Danny with his favorite onion soup and Schnitzel.

I used my superpower of finding out anything I want and looked through the best recipes in the world. That wasn't much trouble but carrying on the instructions was a different thing altogether. I had no special power to do that, so I had to rely on my human skills.

In a matter of minutes, I realized, I couldn’t even chop vegetables properly. They looked like a messy puddle.

But I went on, trying very hard to do as much as I could and when it was ready, I clicked a few pictures of the very first meal I had prepared all by myself.

I called Daniel to check on him but he didn’t pick up his phone. He must be busy or driving, I thought. I decided I'll use the time to straighten the kitchen. It was done quickly enough and Daniel still wasn’t there. I tried calling him again but with no better luck.

I grew pensive and trudged along the driveway when I saw his car closing in. Relief flooded through me and as soon as he was out of the car, I sprinted towards him to pull him into a hug.

“Where were you? I’ve been so worried,” I whispered and before he could answer I drove my lips towards his but he pulled away.

“Wait, don’t touch me. You’ll regret it,” he stated in a strangely firm and cold voice.

It didn’t sound like him but the voice wasn’t unfamiliar. I backed off slowly asking, “What are you talking about Daniel?”

“I’m not Daniel,” he murmured a little softly this time.

Assuming that this must be some kind of trick he’s playing at me, I chuckled, “Well, who are you then?”

“I’m Rhon,” he answered.

It was Rhon’s voice, I conceived. Not Rhon’s voice. But Rhon’s tone somehow in Daniel’s voice. But how and why was this? I couldn’t speak for a few seconds and nor did he.

“Where’s Daniel?” I muttered fearfully.

“I think he’s dead.”

Continue Reading Next Chapter
Further Recommendations

Lydia Walters: I really enjoyed this novel. It gives us a view of what could be if we really tried.Also that there's nothing wrong with loving our LORD and our fellow humans. couldn't wait to get to each new chapter (mission). Thanks, Joe!

William Elliott Kern: Whew. one telling his story, in the Bar, to his friend, who questions some circumstances that need clarity, The Confusion comes from a man, carrying his dead friend Chappies, while conversing with himself, and Chappies, and his alter ego......a broken mind, not yet forgotten..........The Author ...

Cliuin: A great fantasy story what follows a young half-race on his joourney.

Norah: I seriously loved this story so much. I think it only took me two days... I wanted to yell at all the characters at least once. The build up was amazing too! I also was really surprised at the ending with the cliffhanger. Much luck!

Dr.Strangelove: not the ending I expected.

David Ramati: An unusual story, well worth reading. Good conversations, excellent prose, and keeps my interest, maybe because I was there, back in the day. You won't be able to pt this book down.

William Elliott Kern: A young boy," later found on the highway by General Jarda", was murdered by Barbarians, came back to life as he was an Anmah, age 6 when the loss of his family had occured.........General Jarda, took the boy, gave him a new name, and introduced him to another Anham and the King, This Story is w...

More Recommendations

Kevin Brand: My overall rating: 4.8/5 starsLoved. Every. Second. Everytime I came back to continue reading I got this overwhelming feeling of getting hooked on the first sentence... Over and over and again!The only things that were missing for me include more descriptions on what happens when Reuben touches s...

nehmeyasmin: It was the most heart warming but heart breaking story ever and I want the next part right away. It kept me hooked until the end even though there were a couple mistakes it was truly amazing. I think this book could go far if it wanted to

bloodrosemaiden: I love this book!! I have read it several times and though there could be improvements I applaud the author. I know positive feed back is appreciated!! I enjoy reading about the learning the different character's backstories, and the affects in the overall story!

Steven Tesoro: The Symphony Of Life, as I read this I myself are homeless, not much of an income an occasionally, it crosses mostly everyones mind about doing the dirty. But it is worth the time to read this story and as I'm reading it thinking about getting my life back to where it should be, it's hard in thi...

sujitha nair: What's so distinct about this story was that it could easily be real.Praveena can be your classmate, neighbor or that girl you saw at the coffee shop today. The important decisions she makes and the dilemmas she faces, remind us of our own twisted lives.

JWalker: I loved this story from start to finish! It flows at a really nice pace and the story world feels so real. The fight sequences are a treat especially when Isanfyre is training to become a warrior. I found the names really cool and thankfully easy to pronounce. Personally I have always struggled w...

{{ contest.story_page_sticky_bar_text }} Be the first to recommend this story.

About Us:

Inkitt is the world’s first reader-powered book publisher, offering an online community for talented authors and book lovers. Write captivating stories, read enchanting novels, and we’ll publish the books you love the most based on crowd wisdom.