Sapphique, by Catherine Fisher

This sequel to Incarceron answers some lingering questions from the first book, and provides more information about the fantasy setting. But a lot is weirdly unexplained, creating a world where every mystery ends in ambiguity and all the technology may as well work by magic.

Good for: People who liked Incarceron and want to know what happens next.


Alicia said:On Aug 16, 11 at 6:40pm

I thought Incarceron had a lot of potential but I was hoping this book would bloom a little more than it sounds like it has. Still, I want to read it.

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