Publisher: Dial Books
Sapphique picks up almost immediately where Incarceron ended. Keiro and Attia are still trapped inside Incarceron and are trying desperately to escape. They learn that a magician is using Sapphique's glove in his act and hatch a plan to steal the glove from him to escape. At the same time, Finn is trapped in his own prison in the outer world as he tries to figure out who he is, remember his past and rescue Keiro and Attia from Incarceron.
I might have enjoyed this book just a wee bit more than the first one. It was grittier than the first book. We learned more about the other characters of the world as the focus shifted a bit from Finn and Claudia. I liked the way the author decided to tell this story in two books and not drag it out to a trilogy (which is one of my pet peeves i.e. seeing authors make filler in a story just so they can make it into three books instead of telling a tight story with good characters in less books).