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Sapphique by Catherine Fisher
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Oct 26, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: dystopia-a-go-go, ya-fantasy, ya-spooky
Read from February 03 to 09, 2012 , read count: 1

Catherine Fisher did an excellent job in crafting this sequel to "Incarceron." I was able to open this book and immediately tap into the momentum she had established so well in the previous book. And like any good sequel demands, she didn't just revisit the characters she created, she continued to shape them and peel back the layers so that readers could really connect with those characters.

Fisher's use of the Sapphique mythology continues to develop in this second book and becomes so integrated into the narrative that characters are not only TELLING the stories of Sapphique, they are LIVING them. This kind of use of mythology is not something I see too often in the YA genre and I really enjoyed it.

"Incarceron" and "Sapphique" will not appeal to everyone, but for those with even a vague interest, I would encourage you to give them a try.
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