Incarceron was...weird. But in a good way. It wasn't at all what I expected, and truth be told it didn't live up to the hype. I was a little let down after I started reading it.
The book was exciting, it just didn't WOW me like other dystopian books I've read. I thought Claudia was a really dull character. She needed more life in her. I did, however, like the character of Keiro, but then I always like the bad boys in books. ;)
Incarceron is like a robot gone bad, developing a mind of its own, which its creator didn't think could happen. Fisher wrote a fascinating world, and the twists kept the plot entertaining enough for me to continue reading till the end. *SPOILER* I loved the part in the book where Claudia finds out that the prisoners in Incarceron live in a tiny world. Reminds me of Horton Hears a Who! *END OF SPOILER*
Sapphique comes out December 2010. I hope I don't forget all about the first book before I finally get to read the second...Of course, I could travel to the UK and pick up a copy because it's already published there!