Incarceron  - Catherine Fisher I'm just gonna say it. I loved this book. I honestly really didn't think I would enjoy it as much as I did. It was one of those books where I took my time reading it because I really wanted to savor the world it projected - but at the same time, I wanted nothing more than to flip to the last page so I could see how it ends. I loved Finn. My heart broke for this poor boy who really had no idea which way was up. Everyone just kept telling him what to do and how to do it. I was right there with him, hanging on to his hope as he searched for an exit to Incarceron.

Now, I'm not saying this book was perfect. It had some moments where I was like, that was totally predictable. But at the same time, it threw twists at you and kept you guessing right up to the last page - literally.

It's not often that a book can just capture me like this one did. Sometimes when authors try to create worlds, as a reader, it's heard to envision them. Incarceron was so clearly defined, but also left some to the darkest pits of your imagination. Creating a world that was terrifying - both inside and out. I'm excited to see what the author has in store for us in the sequel.