Book Review: Sapphique by Catherine Fisher
NOW INCARCERON IS AFTER HIM.
Finn has escaped Incarceron, but things are not at all what he expected. Claudia declares that he is the lost heir to the throne, but Finn doesn't know if he ever truly was Prince Giles. Meanwhile, a young man who looks like the Prince Giles declares that he is the true heir. Suddenly, both Finn's and Claudia's very lives hang on Finn convincing the Court that he is the lost prince. Back inside, Keiro and Attia must battle the prison itself. Incarceron has built itself a body and it wants to go outside-just like Sapphique, the only prisoner Incarceron ever loved.
Ivy's summary: Finn now, in the outside world away from the prison is trying to remember his childhood and convincing the Court to believe that he is the Prince Giles. But, the Queen wants revenge when she found out that Finn left the Prison, so she brought a boy that look like Prince Giles out of the prison and enter him in the court. So now Finn and Claudia have to fight and defeat the fake Giles and prove that Finn IS the Prince and the Queen is making things up.
This book is both sad and happy. The part that was happy is that Finn help Keiro and Attia escaped and went to the outside world. And Finn now is the Prince Giles that holds the throne that was once his father's. The sad part was that when they caught the pretender of Giles, the court people was told that Claudia was to be executed with the pretender because she was an escaped prisoner. But, later Claudia didn't get executed and only the pretender. And the Queen and her son got captured and was put in prison.