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Penguin, Feb 8, 2011 - Young Adult Fiction - 464 pages
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Incarceron is a prison so vast that it contains not only cells and corridors, but metal forests, dilapidated cities, and wilderness. It has been sealed for centuries, and only one man has ever escaped. Finn has always been a prisoner here. Although he has no memory of his childhood, he is sure he came from Outside. His link to the Outside, his chance to break free, is Claudia, the warden's daughter, herself determined to escape an arranged marriage. They are up against impossible odds, but one thing looms above all: Incarceron itself is alive . . .

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User Review  - Caseydilla - Borders

Incarceron was an interesting read. I loved the idea of the prison that is alive and that's why I was so excited to read it in the first place. Later into the book, though, I started to be fascinated ... Read full review

Intriguingly wit!

User Review  - LiviaDel - Borders

Forget everything you know about fantasy books. This one goes beyond everything you can ever imagine. It's a futuristic story, but don't let that fool you. Politics, dressing code, and some other ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Catherine Fisher is an acclaimed novelist and poet, and has written many fantasy books for young people. She lives in Wales.

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