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Inkdeath (Inkheart Trilogy #3)

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13 out of 14 people found this review helpful.

Great series! Will not disappoint!

Inkdeath is a fabulous conclusion to the Inkheart book series. It follows the adventures of a father and daughter with the gift to allow characters to come in and out of books and their wife/mother. The Folchart's world is set in 21st century England. There are many des...
Inkdeath is a fabulous conclusion to the Inkheart book series. It follows the adventures of a father and daughter with the gift to allow characters to come in and out of books and their wife/mother. The Folchart's world is set in 21st century England. There are many descriptions of the Inkworld, so it is easy to picture what it looks like. I picture it like medieval England, although it isn't. Cornelia Funke described the character's emotions so well that I could feel what they were feeling. For example, when Mo got trapped in Ombra castle, I felt that same worry that Meggie and Resa had. I thought he might never come out! People who loved Inkheart and/or Inkspell would definitely love Inkdeath. Like the other two, it lets you escape from the real world to the one of fantasy. All in all, Inkdeath is a captivating book. It has ups and downs, twists and turns. It is like a short roller coaster that you never want to stop riding. There were no faults that I could find with it. I will read it again someday!

posted by BANCHEE_READS on November 30, 2008

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6 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

AHHHHHHHHHHHH

Ok, I'm am very angry!!!! The author spent basically the whole of Inkspell building up Meggie's and Farid's relationship, just to snap her fingers and move on all of the sudden! If this wasn't a public review I'd say a few other things, but WHY! I became so in love with...
Ok, I'm am very angry!!!! The author spent basically the whole of Inkspell building up Meggie's and Farid's relationship, just to snap her fingers and move on all of the sudden! If this wasn't a public review I'd say a few other things, but WHY! I became so in love with the couple in the second book, so enthused that she was throwing in something extra for us readers, but then, I sped through Inkdeath, disappointed more than I've ever been. Poor Farid!

posted by Writer_forever on October 15, 2008

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2012

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    NO MORE MEGGIE AND FARID!?!?!? THATS JUST WRONG!!!!!!!!

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 23, 2010

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    Inkheart series starting of good but then getting worse

    In this book series we have Inkheart and Inkspell, in my opinion Inkheart was a great book, but moving deeper into the books I had trouble enjoying the most recent additions, Inkspell and Inkdeath. It seems like Inkheart was huge and so when Inkspell came out everybody read it too, by then the editors were almost afraid of the author because she has written many other great books, but Inkdeath went on way too long and didn't fulfill things properly. I understand that they are inside this entirely other world, but I don't understand half of the things going on and the switching between stories was very confusing. In the end I loved Inkheart, liked Inkspell, and dislike Inkdeath

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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