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Incarceron by Catherine Fisher
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Sep 04, 2010

it was amazing

Far in the future, the world has changed. All of the planets criminals now reside in a huge prison called Incarceron. The rest of the world is forced to live in the eighteenth century.
Told from the perspective of two teenagers,Finn; an inmate in Incarceron, and Claudia; a beautiful girl living in the outside world and stuck in betrothal to a lazy prince,Incarceron is a book that sucks you in and doesn't let you go.
Finn's painful visions send him and three others on a dangerous quest through Incarceron to find the edge of their desolute prison and hopefully discover a way out.It's considered impossible,but when they stumble upon key that connects them to the outside, escape becomes achingly close. But Incarceron is no ordinary prison, and it doesn't give up it's children lightly.
This page turner of a book will keep you up far into the night with it's twisty plot and original idea.
reviewed by Kathryn Taylor

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