Sapphique by Catherine Fisher
*WARNING! THIS IS THE SEQUEL TO INCARCERON. IF YOU HAVEN'T READ INCARCERON, AND YOU DON'T WANT TO SPOIL THE END OF THAT BOOK, DON'T READ THIS! (scroll down to see my review of Incarceron.)*
SAPPHIQUE. THE ONLY ONE WHO ESCAPED... AND THE ONE WHO COULD DESTROY THEM ALL.
Oh boy. This book is one of the best sequels I've ever read. You can't expect a sequal to be just as good as the first book, and certainly this one isn't either, but it was pretty close. It picks up the story a few months from where Incarceron left off, but Fisher made sure you knew what happened in that time.
So, Finn: the heir to the throne. Real name? It's supposedly Giles. He is trying to remember his past as Giles. He hates life at the palace though. It's just another prison and a whole new game. He is about to go through a coronation that even he himself doesn't want, when it's all twisted around. A young boy objects his coronation... a young boy who is claiming to be the real Giles.
Overall Rating: 4 stars