This concluding volume in Funke’s bestselling trilogy picks up where Inkspell left off, but sputters for a hundred pages filling in backstory. Inkdeath by Cornelia Funke, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Read Common Sense Media’s Inkdeath: Inkheart Trilogy, Book 3 review, age rating, and parents guide. Cornelia Funke · Fantasy; Save · Rate book.

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And, nonetheless, they have become your closest friends, your wisest advisors, the wizards that hypnotize you, the lovers you have always dreamed of. He only cares about rescuing Dustfinger — he’s way too obsessed with that, actually. Now Meggie, I love her so much.

I’m glad that she isn’t the center of attention this time, and that I get to understand other characters better. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. It’s a narrative inideath bibliophilia. No, I am not a sadist. This book is fantasy but does feature some evil villains and gritty violence.

But the way the story is told, the events, the twisting and turning of the story– just makes you almost HAVE to keep reading! User Reviews Parents say Kids say. D No, I’m actually happy that they stay. He is one of the most beautiful and compelling characters I’ve ever read. What’s up with the White Woman that writes something about Mo and gives it to Meggie?

This page was last edited on 16 Septemberat Make yourself comfortable and breathe a little. Inkdeath concludes as Orpheus, finding himself on the losing end, flees to the northern mountains, Fenoglio is writing again, and Farid decides to go traveling with his regained power of fire, asking if Meggie would join him. Not every writer can do that. Chicken House Publication date: When Dustfinger comes back to life in Inkdeath, I change from hating him to loving him.


See all reviews. This is so true; every writer learns that the hard way I’m talking from experience. Only the minor characters are worth giving a care about.

He didn’t do a whole lot of reading in this one, but the skin of Bluejay fit him so well and I loved it. Your purchase helps us remain independent and ad-free. Add your rating See all 19 kid reviews. All the characters feel sorry for themselves, making a sorry, pitiful, and extremely uninspiring book.

But all is not well within its pages, as her father Mo has fully assumed the identity of the Bluejay a Robin Hood like character which makes him the target of the Adderhead. Did anyone else hate this book?

I love how she has the courage and independence to go against her husband and wife and try to find a way for them to go back home. Stay up to date on new reviews. 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: To ask other readers questions about Inkdeathplease sign up. Such a beautiful book. To be fair, I feel I must touch on a few other characters before wrapping up my review.

The characters were as always amazing. And it was so disgusting, the way he was using the maids. There are many unnecessary scenes, and the ones that are necessary go on for forever. I found that the series were a blast! The books are one of the most well-written ones I’ve ever read. Do they go riding off happily into the sunset? Which shows that a story doesn’t have to be published to come to life, and I love that message.

It is very complex and also has some content that I would not think suitable for younger readers. It has been a real pain to get to finish this book.


She gets him back safely to the robber’s camp, while keeping her allegiance a secret from The Piper and her young son Jacopoa follower of the Adderhead and admirer of the Piper. I think it’s really interesting that Doria’s story isn’t published, but it still is included in the Inkworld. Mo goes off in secret with Dustfinger, Violante, and her legion of child soldiers to the castle in the lake, where the white cornella is kept.

It ties the book titles’ together and makes sense why cornella books are called what they are. It’s so different than the two other books in the trilogy, and that’s one of the reasons why this is my favorite of all three.

I think the first one was my favorite one. Having now read the final book in the series, I see why that original title was so apt and think it was very unfortunate that it was changed.

After being somewhat disappointed with Inkspell the ending particular I was kind of nervous about starting this one. There’s the longing to become more powerful, especially evident in Orpheus, but also clear in the others, to be more: D I’m kind of disappointed that the Folcharts don’t go back to the real world Doria with them, of coursebut I guess they really do love the Inkworld Funke is a wonderful writing and makes you feel like you are part of the story with her description and details of the characters and story.

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