Finn has escaped the prison, Incarceron. Or has he just substituted one prison for another?
This action-packed sequel to Incarceron has many twists and turns as Finn finds that being the heir to the throne is just as suffocating as being in prison. He still has spells and is very depressed until an imposter rises to claim he is the prince. Finn's life is in danger as he and Claudia search to reopen the portal to the prison freeing the warden who is trapped there and knows the truth about Finn's birth.
Meanwhile Attia and Finn's oathbrother, Keiro, are still trapped in the prison from the first book and work to find the secret passage that the legendary Sapphique used to escape. They meet up with a magician as the plot twists into an exciting ending.
You really need to read the first book to understand the prison and that it is a live being. The first book also explains more in-depth the relationship between Keiro and Finn. The book has many violent parts and there is some swearing but it is well-written with strong characters. The magician, Rix, reminds me of Gollum in Lord of the Rings. Rix is obsessed with Sapphique's glove and I was waiting for him to call it, My Precious. A fun read for fantasy lovers.
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