Read Common Sense Media’s Incarceron review, age rating, and parents guide. Catherine Fisher has crafted a masterpiece for young people in which. Title: Incarceron. Author: Catherine Fisher. Genre: Dystopia, Speculative Fiction, Young Adult. Publisher: Dial (US) / Hodder Children’s Books. Fisher (the Oracle Prophesies series) scores a resounding success in this beautifully imagined science fantasy set in a far future where, many.
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Or ship them off to an island? Poor ending and lack of romance at the end. This idea is not new! On an analytical level, I felt as though my thought processes were pulled in too many directions, like a flow chart that goes all wonky and it never gets to the final destination.
Jinky Spring rated it did not like it Shelves: I’m not quite sure what the plot is other than “Incarceron and the Queen are evil! How many different forms of imprisonment are there? Instead of steel bars and cell blocks, however, Incarceron is a world in itself; jncarceron is lncarceron metal world where nothing is created nor wasted, where stars and sky are near forgotten fairy tales, where all live in a cutthroat world, fighting for food and survival.
I’ll most likely be recommending this story to confident teen readers who don’t mind the challenge of a longer story. God, after he came into the series I was bored out of my mind.
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I found your thoughts on why teens read this genre very enlightening and thought provoking! Also lined up are a handful of interesting side-characters including Claudia’s tutor Jared, the ice-cold and scheming Warden and the incarceronn Queen on the one side, and Keiro, Finn’s oathbrother and two other travel-mates Gildas and Attia on the other side.
How irrevocable are they? Exciting but violent dystopian thriller for teens. The secondary characters provided a lot more insight into the story that Finn and Claudia – namely Kiero, Jared, and the Warden. Return to Book Page. You bring up some great questions. Junot Diaz from Wall St.
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Can’t wait to read the sequel: I finished this book last night but waited till this morning to review it. The incarcdron is interesting, but I Sadly, I was unable to really get into Incarceronlet alone finish it. For kids who incaarceron fantasy and romance. Jan 30, TheBookSmugglers rated it really liked it Shelves: Not nearly as shy as the tweens we once were. It was with the same sense of great fun that I watched the story of Incarceron unfold. It’s a good story, no doubt about it.
But I was left with a big question mark that felt like a set-up for the next book. Just finished reading Sapphique, a word of advice: You are commenting using your Twitter account.
Finn has always been a prisoner here. How can you rate it without even finishing it?
Claudia, our female viewpoint character, has a plotline related to her being betrothed to royal d-bag, Casper. I can definitely say that there are no dull points incafceron this riveting, action-packed story.
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Write a customer review. D I really liked the two main characters, Finn and Claudia, and I thought that their respective storylines were pretty interesting. Claudia, the daughter of the Warden of Incarceron, lives Outside like a prisoner in a manor house, in a society where time is forbidden and doomed to an arranged marriage. I actually think him, Casper, and Claudia would make interesting love triangle material.
Perhaps in order to hold their attention, their reading has to be that way too. Of course the hero has to be of royal blood because having an actual peasant save the day is unheard of.
Maybe I’m really weird, but I’ve always thought prisons were kind of Catherine has won many awards and much critical acclaim for her work. I’m not sure I’d go back to reread it, though, so that’s my personal line for a four-star book.
It was a bit long but fun. Claudia, too, is longing for escape. View all 3 comments. The sweeping scope of imagination and surprising plot twists will make this book as popular with adults as it will be with teens. Finally, I was not captivated by Claudia or Finn.
All the novel’s surprises are telegraphed in such a way that the reader wonders why Fischer even bothered making them surprises, as if she included them reluctantly, having heard somewhere that stories required twists and turns but all the while thought better of it.
Pantesan aja tokoh ini dibikin ‘jahat’ sementara Finn ‘baik’. This book was okay – I kept waiting to get sucked into it but that never happened. The other character I truly enjoyed is the morally ambiguous Keiro indarceron handsome and power-hungry, different characters have different interpretations of Keiro.