Bistro Book Club

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Incarceron by Catherine Fisher (6 reviews)


Tucker,    13   
Catherine Fisher   
Incarceron 
July 8, 2011

              All I have to say about this book it that it is one of the best books I have ever read. I also encourage other readers to read this book!!    I want this book!!!   

Rating: 4 Q. Better than most.

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Walter,    17  
Catherine Fisher 
Incarceron      

            "Great Fantasy" This book takes you on a journey with lots of twists and turns, loops and circles. But just when you think you understand the direction changes. It has mystery, horror, blood, war and well "LOVE"  

Rating: 4 Q. Better than most.
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Trina,    13 
Catherine Fisher 
Incarceron     
2011

        This book was a really good surprise catcher, very detailed, and an amazing book. Incarceron is a prison, but not an ordinary one, this one has been sealed away from humanity for centeries. And Finn believes he came from outside of Incarceron, and he's going to escape, somehow. Claudia lives on the outside of Incarceron, doomed to be married, and if she helps Finn to escape from Incarceron, she'll need his help to get back. 

Rating: 5 Hard to imagine a better book
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Ursula, 17
1/3/2010 17:34:25
Catherine Fisher
Incarceron
Dial Books
2010

Describe the most compelling aspect of the book:
It shows that no matter how hard humans try, they cannot make a paradise world.
Should this be nominated for Teens' Top Ten? Why?
Yes
It has a great complex story with believable characters and mindblowing things.
Rating?
5 Hard to imagine a better book

In a distant future, we have stopped progress and gone back to the nineteenth century but before that we have dumped all the world's criminals in a vast, living prison called Incarceron. Inside, there is a boy called Finn who believes he came from the outside world called the Realm, but no one has ever escaped from the prison, except one man named Sapphique who was never heard from again. Then, he finds a crystal key and through it he meets Claudia, a rich girl who's father is the Warden of Incarceron and is being forced into a marriage she does not want. As Finn and his companions travel through Incarceron's vastness, he learns more about himself, and his connection to Claudia. I hope there's a sequel with the way it ended.

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Amanda F., 13 1/9/2010 7:46:43 PM
Fisher
Incarceron
Describe the most compelling aspect of the book: the diversity of both the Inside and the Outside worlds.
Should this be nominated for Teens' Top Ten? Why?Yes great plot. good character development. good detail.
Rating? 5 Hard to imagine a better book
If you like fantasy, but most especially if you don't, you will like this book. It is well written and the precise detail makes it easy to visualize the setting and to know the characters. I liked that each of the characters had a distinct and believable personality. I found myself rooting for Finn to get outside. And I wanted Claudia and Finn to be together. I would like to see another book with these characters. There is plenty of characters and storylines to expand on.

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Harrison, 16
11/18/2009 4:00:40 PM
Cathrine Fisher
Incarceron
the penguin group
2010
Describe the most compelling aspect of the book:
i could not put it down and the charectors are very beliveable
Should this be nominated for Teens' Top Ten? Why?
Yes
it leaves the reader speechless as you progress through the book
Rating?
5 Hard to imagine a better book
Bistro Book Club, CHS

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