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Sapphique by Catherine Fisher
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Apr 03, 12

bookshelves: young-adult
Read from April 21 to July 14, 2010

Sapphique is the sequel to Incarceron in which we follow the continuing story of Finn and Claudia. Finn has escaped from the prison of Incarceron and has had to leave his friends behind. We now get to hear from Attia and Keiro who are still stuck within Incarceron and are fighting to get out. While outside the prison Claudia is fighting Queen Sia to gain control of the kingdom and Finn is battling his own doubt of his memories. Everyone is searching for the mysterious answer of the location of Incarceron and how to open the doors, including the prison itself.

I enjoyed this sequel more than I did Incarceron because the characters' stories are much stronger. I felt it much easier to enter the world of Incarceron and the Victorian themed future of the “real world”. This sequel was wonderfully told by many different character’s voices and continues in the awesome steam punk genre.
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