Book Review: Incarceron by Catherine Fisher
Incarceron by Catherine FisherBook summary: IT GIVES LIFE. IT DEALS DEATH. IT WACTHES ALL.
Finn cannot remember his childhood. he cannot rememberhis life before Incarceron-a prison that has been sealed for centuries, where inmates live in cells, dilapidated cities, and unbound wilderness. No one has ever escaped. But then he find a crystal key and a girl named Claudia.
Claudia's father is the Warden of Incarceron. And Claudia is about to become a kind of prisoner herself, doomed to an arranged marriage. If she helps Finn escaped, she will need his help in return.
But they don't realize that there is more to Incarceron than meets the eye. Escape will take their greatest courage and cost far more they know .... because Incarceron is alive.
Ivy's summary: All Finn knows is that he was born in this cell and Incarceron was his father. He doesn/t know if it's true or not. All that he was given in the prison was an pathbrother named Keiro and remember that he have a birthmark on his arm with a bird and crown on the bird's head. That's all. All the things the people had told he thought it was true until he found a crystal key and found a girl named Claudia inside the key. Then he knows that all the things was fake. That he was born here and Incarceron was his father was all made up. Claudia had told him the truth about him being the lost heir and that he is the lost prince Giles.
Book Rates:(1-10): 9.6