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Incarceron by Catherine Fisher

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Incarceron was created to hold all of the criminals in the world in hopes that one day it would be transformed into an Eden. However, Incarceron is alive and has its own plans, which do not involve an Eden, but rather a torturous world full of half humans and metal forests. It is in this very hostile world that Finn finds himself a prisoner and part of a rogue band of thieves. Finn has no knowledge of his life before Incarceron, yet he knows that there must be a way out of the prison, even though no one but the rumored Sapphique has ever escaped. However, when he finds a crystal key, he sets into motion a series of events that will change what he has known and that will test his courage and endurance.


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Incarceron by Catherine Fisher

Incarceron by Catherine Fisher | Booktalks | Scoop.it

Incarceron was created to hold all of the criminals in the world in hopes that one day it would be transformed into an Eden. However, Incarceron is alive and has its own plans, which do not involve an Eden, but rather a torturous world full of half humans and metal forests. It is in this very hostile world that Finn finds himself a prisoner and part of a rogue band of thieves. Finn has no knowledge of his life before Incarceron, yet he knows that there must be a way out of the prison, even though no one but the rumored Sapphique has ever escaped. However, when he finds a crystal key, he sets into motion a series of events that will change what he has known and that will test his courage and endurance.


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REVIEW: The Great American Cereal Book: How Breakfast got its Crunch - Comicmix.com

REVIEW: The Great American Cereal Book: How Breakfast got its Crunch - Comicmix.com | Booktalks | Scoop.it

REVIEW: The Great American Cereal Book: How Breakfast got its CrunchComicmix.comBut, as The Great American Cereal Book: How Breakfast Got Its Crunch reminds me, once upon a time, in that galaxy far, far away of childhood, breakfast cereal was...


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