Series: Incarceron

Book Review: Sapphique

Book Review: Sapphique

I think this is truly a unique sequel because it spends it's focus equally on the main characters from the last book and then the supporting characters as well. This book is a little more epic than the first. It's about searching for a legend, it's about the journey and the hardships along the way. The first book was about Escape but this book is more about a Search. On the other side, the focus on our two main characters is all about finding oneself. There's deception and plots that will really pull you in. And definitely doubt is settled […]

Posted February 23, 2011
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Book Review: Incarceron

Book Review: Incarceron

Following two different characters, this book alternates point of views between the stunning and cunning Claudia and the ever deceptive Finn. I loved diving into the world that Fisher created – one set in the past of their own doing and involving technology I cannot ever believe could exist. With a mix of horror and fantasy elements, a dark world lies to be discovered and I read wide-eyed as we discover both the world of Incarceron and the world around it. Definitely a dark tale, and one that ends with a sliver of hopefulness on what will happen next. I […]

Posted February 22, 2011
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