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by Cornelia Funke
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danae rated it 2 years ago
This series always makes me want to read. Which is convenient since I'm already reading... But it makes me want to keep reading forever. If you're having a reading slump, these books will probably help you out.I also love the variety of well-rounded characters. Violante might actually be my favorite...
TsalagiWriter rated it 4 years ago
Mo, Meggie and Resa are still in Inkheart. A lot has happened; Mo is now known as a robber called the Bluejay, Dustfinger is dead and the Adderhead is almost unstoppable now that he's immortal. But it seems there is even more chaos and bloodshed is to come before a happy ending is ever in sight.I fi...
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Url Phantomhive rated it 5 years ago
Original Title: Tintentod The conclusion to the Inkworld trilogy, I'd been looking forward to this book for a long time, after I really liked the first to books. Luckily, this book didn't disappoint! It was still very nice to read, I still like the idea and especially the characters (although I ...
BreakRaven rated it 5 years ago
I love this book so much.Okay, that said, I don't know what else to say. The giants were amazing. The fairies were amazing. The Nightmare was amazing. Dustfinger was AMAZING, even more than usual. Even Mo was amazing. Meggie's choices in boys improved, Farid improved as a character, and Elinor and D...
cmjwallace rated it 6 years ago
Inkdeath was a satisfying conclusion to the Inkheart trilogy. Funke further developed some of her characters, giving them appealing attributes that enhanced the story line.The translation (from German) was good but left me wondering how true to the original language it was. Some of the writing was r...
Projections of a Bibliophiles Mind
I think this one was the weakest books of the trilogy. It entertained me, but in certain moments but I felt the story a bit tedious and slow at times. Either way I liked the way the trilogy ended.
Adventures Thru Wonderland
Adventures Thru Wonderland rated it 6 years ago
An interesting story
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Merry Meerkat Marginalia rated it 7 years ago
I'm giving up up on this. Very boring. I really liked the first two but just couldn't make it passed the 50% mark. oh well on to other things.
Kiwiria rated it 7 years ago
So much darker than the other books in the trilogy. Guess the name should really have given it away, but I was still slightly surprised as I still look at this as a children's series.It might just be that it's been awhile since I'd read the two first, so I didn't remember them in as much detail as I...
In Libris Veritas
In Libris Veritas rated it 8 years ago
Well it took me a while to finally get the book and then when I did manage to borrow it, it took me forever to get back into the story again. But I'm glad I kept at it because it was definitely worth the read. I really missed Meggie, Dustfinger and Mo. My feelings for all the characters really had c...
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