Escape from Furnace 2: Solitary
Publish date: August 1st 2013
Publisher: Faber & Faber
Pages no: 272
Edition language: English
Series: Escape From Furnace (#2)
Solitary by Alexander Gordon Smith My rating: 3 of 5 stars Delving further into the bowels of Furnace Penitentiary, Alex Sawyer desperately tries to hold onto his fleeting sanity. After a failed attempt to escape the underground horrors, being thrown into solitary confinement is a fate worse than de...
So I read book one and was very impressed with it. If you haven't read book one than I highly suggest you read it as you will be lost if you start on Solitary. So in this story if you remember Alex and his buddies went to try to escape via a tunnel that was collapsed. We left off where they got thro...
I have to be honest, I've been on a bit of a binge. I inhaled “Lockdown” and “Solitary” in one day.It has left me on a downer, though. Smith writes such brilliantly gritty stuff, that I know that the chances of seeing Furnace in any other format except written are slim to none at best. I mean there ...
There are moments when I firmly believe that Alexander Gordon Smith should be sent to Furnace for his criminal use of immense cliffhangers. As with the first book, I had to download the next in the series the very minute I'd finished reading this one, which, joking aside, clearly shows the genius of...
Despair..Review to come. ;_;