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Sapphique by Catherine Fisher
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Feb 03, 12

bookshelves: dystopian, young-adult
Read in February, 2012

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I enjoyed reading Incarceron and was excited to read what happened next. Sapphique was a solid sequel. The writing is decent and the plot was interesting. Like Incarceron it changes viewpoints, unlike Incarceron it wasn't limited to two character perspectives.

I think the shifting viewpoints was a bit of a weakness in this book as it slowed the climax and made the last part of the book less exciting. Attia has a substantial amount of the story and she wasn't one of my favorite characters. I was also hoping for more relationship development between the characters, but the focus was definitely more on escaping Incarceron.

Additionally the ending was a bit of a let down. It happened so quickly after taking a long time to get to that point and was just sort of confusing. (view spoiler)
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