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My ARC weighs in at pages with a relatively small font to boot.

Inkdeath: Inkheart Trilogy, Book 3

The best I have ever read! More disappointingly, the formerly feisty Meggie, barely into her teens, has little to do but choose between two suitors. The books are one of the most well-written ones I’ve ever read.

Mostly set in Northern Italy and the parallel world of the fictional Inkheart book, the central story arc concerns the magic of books, their characters and creatures, and the art of reading. The Two Princesses of Bamarre.

The star rating reflects overall quality and learning potential. This book was very well written, however I would suggest that if you read it you are above the age of twelve, here’s why: This third installment was a bit darker than the last much more like the ending corjelia InkSpell.

While the story was still interesting, I was not interested in the deep politics of the Inkworld. And there are so many genius plot twists, it’s incredible! Also, don’t even think of trying to read this without having read the first two books in the trilogy.

The Inkheart author, Fenoglio, now living in Inkworld himself, has turned to drink; the odious Orpheus, when he’s not under a maid’s skirt, rewrites Fenoglio’s work editors! I loved the first book and enjoyed the second, the third fell a little flat.

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Nothing happens for a long time and, when something does happen, it’s just too sudden, out of nowhere, and it finished quickly. The characters are complex. The characters were as always amazing. Mo finds himself enjoying the Bluejay role, and has no intention of leaving Inkworld despite Meggie and Resa’s urgings.


I hope anyone who reads this enjoys it as much as I did! Before, he had been pretty much one of my favorite literary characters EVER, and even though I was glad he was risen from the dead I didn’t like how he “became Mo’s shadow” or whatever; it completely took away from his enigmatic-ness and his general character, really.

Dustfinger definitely changes for the better. Maggie – who played such a central role in coenelia first and shared the spotlight in the second – is thrown to the side.

It ties the book titles’ together and makes sense why the books are called what they are. Some of them seem to be headed to the dark side at times. They longed to be with loved ones in a safe place, or just nearer loved ones if possible. Mar 17, MountainLaurel rated it really liked corne,ia.

As a character, she had really good instincts, and would always come through when the plot became unbearably frustrating There are many unnecessary scenes, and the ones that are necessary go on for forever. Inkdeath is the final installment of the Inkworld series. Okay, enough of the things I didn’t like about it This book is fantasy but does feature some evil villains and gritty violence. When an author writes about something, does it become more real?

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He fights against his own story and to keep his family together despite Maggie’s moodiness I loved the first book and enjoyed the second, the third fell a little flat. For Brianna’s sake, Innkdeath momentarily betrays Mo. The Inkheart trilogy by Cornelia Funke.

Characters that could add some d It has been a real pain to get to finish this book. Eh, not my favorite of the series, but the writing was good. Meggie made me adventurous, Mo made me fearless, Resa made me caring, Farid made me long to search for the light in the world, Dustfinger showed me that everything ends, but also everything begins and so many other characters wrapped me up in their amazing world and personalities and gave me a memorable experience. Orpheus reads a unicorn into being for one of the warlords—so said warlord and his friends can hunt the animal, brutally butcher it, and parade its bloodied corpse through the streets of Ombra City.


You can relate to characters in the book, like the heroine Meggie, her protective father Mo, Elenor the book lover! I get being concerned for Dustfinger, but not obsessed to the point of stalkerishness with him. Let’s just say that the book only starts to get interesting in the last pages or so, and it’s pages long! And totally not what I expected. Meanwhile Orpheus tries to gain wealth and power by allying with Adderhead, and the Milksop and the Piper kidnap all the children in Ombra to force Mo to sacrifice himself.

Not really my intention, I was just heartbroken over the book. This one wraps up the Inkheart trilogy. They’re interesting, and I always get a pleasant jolt when she puts a quote from a book that I’ve read. I love this series so much, and it’s now one of my top favorites.

Just remember that this is pretty complex story and some content may not be suitable for younger readers.

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