Here is the latest book review from YA Highway.
“INCARCERON is no simple fantasy. The unexpected twists and turns of a rich mystery and awe-worthy world-building are layered with a dystopian theme of a paradise gone awry, leaving the reader to ponder which imprisonment is worse. Whether evil is a product of man, a product of the world, or simply a product of Incarceron itself. Because the deeper Finn and Claudia are pulled into the web of secrets surrounding them, the more they realize Incarceron has a life — and a mind — of its own . . .
Fantasy lover or not, INCARCERON will draw you in and keep you reading. The ending satisfied but left enough open questions that I quickly searched for a sequel. Thankfully, it appears SAPPHIQUE is set to drop this December.”