Sapphique is the awesome sequel to Incarceron. And it was just as gripping and intriguing as Incarceron. Now it’s tough to talk about Sapphique without spoiling Incarceron – for those of you who haven’t read it yet 🙂 Hmmm… can I leave it at the story picks up where Incarceron ends?
What I really enjoyed about this book was that you really got to know the characters: Claudia, Jared, Finn and his oath-brother Keiro and Attia. All along we’re asking ourselves – Is Finn the long-lost prince Giles? Will Incarceron find a body and escape? Is Sapphique real? ah… so many questions and you don’t know the answer until the very end! The most exciting aspect of this story is the difference between the Prison and the Realm – who is INSIDE and who is OUTSIDE? What is real and what is not? You have to read it to understand!!!!
I congratulate Catherine Fisher for giving her readers a story with a beginning and an end. So many times today I have started reading a book not realizing that it’s a part of a trilogy or a series and I never get to the end. I find that soooo frustrating. Not the case with Incarceron and Sapphique – Thank-you!!
Ages: 13 and over
“None of us know who we are anymore.”
– The Steel Wolves
Note: Since this is an ARC I will not publish page numbers until these can be confirmed in the published novel.
Fisher, Catherine. (2010). Sapphique. Advanced Reader’s Copy provided by the Travelling ARC tour blog.
Author website: http://www.catherine-fisher.com/