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The Inkheart Trilogy: Inkheart, Inkspell, Inkdeath By Cornelia Funke The Inkheart Trilogy Inkheart Inkspell Inkdeath The Adderhead his immortality bound in a book by Meggie s father Mo has ordered his henchmen to plunder the villages The peasants only defense is a band of outlaws led by the Bluejay Mo s fictitious

  • Title: The Inkheart Trilogy: Inkheart, Inkspell, Inkdeath
  • Author: Cornelia Funke
  • ISBN: 9781905294961
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Inkheart Trilogy: Inkheart, Inkspell, Inkdeath By Cornelia Funke The Adderhead his immortality bound in a book by Meggie s father, Mo has ordered his henchmen to plunder the villages The peasants only defense is a band of outlaws led by the Bluejay Mo s fictitious double, whose identity he has reluctantly adopted But the Book of Immortality is unraveling, and the Adderhead again fears the White Women of Death To bring the renegadThe Adderhead his immortality bound in a book by Meggie s father, Mo has ordered his henchmen to plunder the villages The peasants only defense is a band of outlaws led by the Bluejay Mo s fictitious double, whose identity he has reluctantly adopted But the Book of Immortality is unraveling, and the Adderhead again fears the White Women of Death To bring the renegade Bluejay back to repair the book, the Adderhead kidnaps all the children in the kingdom, dooming them to slavery in his silver mines unless Mo surrends First Dustfinger, now Mo Can anyone save this cursed story
    The Inkheart Trilogy: Inkheart, Inkspell, Inkdeath By Cornelia Funke

    Inkheart Inkheart Trilogy Funke, Cornelia, Bell, Anthea Cornelia Funke is the internationally acclaimed, bestselling author of The Thief Lord, Dragon Rider, and the Inkheart trilogy, along with many other chapter and picture books for younger readers She lives in Los Angeles, California, in a house filled with books. The Inkheart Trilogy Inkheart, Inkspell, Inkdeath by Amongst her best known books is the Inkheart trilogy Many of Cornelia s titles are published all over the world and translated into than languages She has two children, two birds and a very old dog and lives in Los Angeles, California. The Inkheart Trilogy Inkheart, Inkspell and Inkdeath The Mortal Instruments, the Complete Collection City of Bones City of Ashes City of Glass City of Fallen Angels City of Lost Souls City of Heavenly Fire Inkheart Inkheart Trilogy Series by Cornelia Funke Up to sh backJun , From internationally acclaimed storyteller Cornelia Funke, this bestselling, magical epic is now out in paperback One cruel night, Meggie s father reads aloud from a book called INKHEART and an evil ruler escapes the boundaries of fiction and lands in their living room Suddenly, Meggie is smack in the middle of the kind of adventure she has only read about in books. PDF The Inkheart Trilogy Inkheart, Inkspell, Inkdeath Free download or read online The Inkheart Trilogy Inkheart, Inkspell, Inkdeath pdf ePUB book The first edition of the novel was published in , and was written by Cornelia Funke The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is

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    1. Angie on said:

      I have to give the translator props here, because these do not read like translated works I never would have guessed that they weren t originally written in English.Okay, I give the series as a whole four stars, but if I were rating them separately, it d be like this Inkheart 3 starsFun young people s fantasy Good concept Some good characters, particularly Dustfinger, but Mo, Fenoglio, and Elinor are also swell Entertaining Certainly good enough to get me to pick up the sequel, but not exception [...]

    2. R.J. Craddock on said:

      I love, love these books They re great reads for fantasy The whole concept is very creative, so cool I wish I d come up with it She s a great story teller with wonderful characters, her story is rich with it s own special world You should check it out But I d recommend it on Audio book, Actor Brendan Fraiser reads book 2 and 3 himself and is a fantastic narrator He also plays the lead role of Moe the book Binder in the film version InkHeart as well

    3. Marsha on said:

      Pre Anticipatory Thoughts I had read the first two books in this trilogy and was anxiously awaiting the third and final installment I really enjoyed Inkheart and Inkspell, so I expected to like this book Inkdeath equally as well Looking at the cover of Inkdeath, I could see the outline of a skull Inside the skull was a blurry image of a castle, a unicorn, a magpie and some greenery Outside the skull a spooky looking butterfly with a skeleton head, a spider with a skeleton head superimposed on it [...]

    4. Zippy on said:

      Talk about slogging through the mud Man, good story concept, but way, way too wordy By the 3rd book I was skimming just so I could get through it.

    5. Merritt on said:

      Wow I LOVED it What is it with Cornelia Funke She just captures you, and brings you into a world full of surprises I must admit, I can never guess what will happen with her plot It s turning and twisting and full of life I loved it She is so vivid, and I don t ever think she overdoes it It s really amazing It s kind of hard to say anything without giving it away Her characters are so real They have an amazing depth to them, and it really seems almost like a real person Her words just look pretty [...]

    6. Julia on said:

      Sehr anschaulich erz hlte Geschichte f r Jugendliche Ich pers nlich brauchte einige Zeit und etwa die H lfte der 560 Seite um mich in der Handlung wohlzuf hlen, das mag aber daran liegen, dass ich nicht zur eigentlichen Zielgruppe des Buches geh re.Die Handlung war nicht berm ig berraschend, jedoch spannend erz hlt Besonders gefallen hat mir, wie Cornelia Funke ber das Feuer spricht, n mlich als w re es eine Person mit ganz eigenen Charakterz gen und eigenem Willen Daher war mein liebster Charak [...]

    7. Mattia on said:

      Cuore d Inchiostro 4.5 Veleno d Inchiostro 4.5 my fave Alba d Inchiostro 3.5 un finale troppo scontato, con un triangolo amoroso che non c nei prequel, ma saltato fuori dal nulla in questo libro In conclusione do all intera raccolta 4.5

    8. Srikar Pasula on said:

      Wow I will never see the world the same as I saw it before reading this book.

    9. Shan on said:

      I only read the first book in the trilogy Mixed feelings about this one I might have liked it better if I d read it when I was younger I love the prose it s hard to believe it s a translation I love the premise, which is that when certain people read books out loud, things from the stories come to life in our world I love a lot of the characters, especially Farid and the little marten with horns I like how every chapter has a few lines from an older book at the beginning The ending was mostly sa [...]

    10. Chiara on said:

      Cuore d inchiostro 01 10 06 03 4 5Veleno d inchiostro 07 03 17 03 4,5 5Alba d inchiostro 18 03 27 03 4 5

    11. Shannen on said:

      This triliogy is beyond my favourite set of books I have read them over and over again, all except for Inkdeath Inkheart My all time favourite book Cornelia Funke just captures you She has the best was of writing a story that pulls you in like you are the character Mo and Meggie s adventure to Capricorn s villiage was exciting and had me reading late into the night I have read this book over and over again, but the Shadow s description and appearance still sends shivers down my back Fenoglio s d [...]

    12. Rosie on said:

      I read it many many years ago, in my mid teens I think It s a beautiful concept The idea that the characters of a book can come to life is you read it out loud I m sure many readers wished it was true I know I spent quite a few nights reading out loud in the futile hopes of maybe seeing something fascinating from some parallel universe In vain of course But this trilogy, fascinating story apart, highlights the love of books that becomes almost an obsession for some, escape for others Every book [...]

    13. Sherry on said:

      I really love books and as this story is about a family that really loves books though with much interesting reading abilities than my own I had a kinship with the characters.I thought the first book was very fun and it had me attempting to read books aloud all the time The second book was not as good for me, I thought it was mostly setup for the third book The third book I LOVED Funke presents than just a story, she has some major philosophical ideas and social movements written into the stor [...]

    14. Catharine on said:

      The first book of this trilogy, which I reviewed earlier, was very good and basically stands by itself, but don t start the 2nd book unless you can continue on to the third I really enjoyed these books The first one took me a little time to get into, but after I was into it, I couldn t put the story away until I d finished all three books The books are a little dark, but the story is so amazingly creatively and intricately woven that It couldn t stop reading until I knew how it would all turn ou [...]

    15. Faith on said:

      I read Inkdeath today, and though I liked it I don t know It got confusing at times, and, well, Meggie and Farid s end to their relationship was not, I think, the best way to end the book It seemed rather unfair to me, that she just gave up on him all of a sudden It was still beautifully written, but I might have liked the trilogy a bit better if it had ended with the same feeling as Inkspell I m not saying it wasn t good, it was still beautifully written But it kind of disappointed me However t [...]

    16. Kino Kino on said:

      I understand trying to keep it PG, but if you give a man a gun and his family is in danger it s only reasonable that he uses it But no, none of the characters fight back They re all weak spineless people If someone is about to kill your daughter, you fight But their motivations aren t the problem, it is the way they are written They weren t written as pacifists or the sort How the behave makes no damn sense After I trudged along the first book happy it was done, I read the beginnings of the seco [...]

    17. Sara on said:

      I have lost count how many times I ve read these books over years They re magnificent and so strangely enticing Being a book worm, I love the idea of living in them, making them real with just a few whispers and changing fates with a couple of words I like the characters and their edginess As a child I valued Inkheart most, because it s the beginning of everything, the beginning of the characters and their lives Now, while appreciating all three of them, Inkdeath has become dearest to me It show [...]

    18. Molly on said:

      Ok firstly read this ages ago, so I can t quite remember every single detail.Inkheart amazing By far the best book in the trilogy It was exciting, interesting, and made me want to read .Inkspell not as good, but still okay I loved Farid, and I don t think Meggie deserves him, but I guess that s my opinion As long as they re happy Which brings me to Inkdeath ugh.Inkdeath pure cowcrap Bad story, characters all went downhill, and Meggie broke Farid s heart over some guy who s name sounds like dia [...]

    19. Marianna Gleyzer on said:

      Of all the book series I have ever read, this was the most beautifully written With such vivid narration and completely unique ideas, reading books into life and being read into the books themselves, it takes storytelling onto a whole innovative level The scenes that are within the books are in reality those of a fantasy world, but when reading about them, they just seem so realistic The plot never bores you, in fact the you read into the books, the you are drawn not just into the characters, [...]

    20. Johanna Menges on said:

      I have read the Inkheart Trilogy 3 times now Unfortunately I finished reading it the third time just a view month ago That means, I have to wait at least two years until I can read it again I love the world Cornelia Funke has built in her Trilogy I can sink into it completely, even now that I have read it so often Her figures really come to live in my mind almost as if Mortimer was reading them to me I cannot tell you really, what I like the best about the books If you ask me any detail about th [...]

    21. Tamra Hilton on said:

      I loved this trilogy and the sheer imagination of the author of having someone jumping into books and bringing characters out of them just by reading them aloud I saw the movie Inkheart and thought of those actors I thought they were great as I read the trilogy The story was interesting and unexpected for me and I really enjoyed the fact that I could jump into her imagination and let it take me for a ride.

    22. Heather Graham on said:

      This is the best trilogy I have ever read These were the books that made me love reading I couldn t put the books down until I had turned every last page It s every bookworms dream to meet the characters of their favourite books and Cornelia made that possible through Inkheart They are a definite read.

    23. Karlan on said:

      My 15 year old grandson who reads mostly adult books grabbed the galley of INKDEATH and enjoyed a long flight I would give the trilogy 5 stars as a whole I wish the final volume had been tightened a little The plot threads come together well in this fast paced conclusion of an outstanding fantasy series.

    24. Katrin on said:

      Read first one to my ten year old son We both really enjoyed it, but he found it a bit scary

    25. Karli on said:

      Love these books Fantastic story Not one that I ve heard before The last one inkdeath will be coming out this year Great reads

    26. Lauraileen on said:

      Very interesting series kids fantasy books but I liked them.

    27. Francis Gahren on said:

      Inkheart original title Tintenherz is a young adult child fantasy novel by Cornelia Funke, and the first book of the Inkworld trilogy.The book is about a 12 year old girl named Meggie Folchart whose life changes dramatically when she realizes that her father, a bookbinder named Mortimer Mo , has an unusual ability when he reads aloud, he can bring characters from books into the real world Meggie and Mo s adventure takes them throughout Europe, particularly Italy, and brings them into contact wit [...]

    28. Costanza Vertucci on said:

      Lessi il primo libro di questa trilogia un anno fa e rimasi sbalordita dall abilit dell autrice nel descrivere e dar vita a mondi fantastici,tra cui il Mondo D Inchiostro Cercavo disperatamente i libri successivi ma,gira e rigira, non li trovavo o semplicemente cedevo il posto ad altri libri Quando finalmente decisi di acquistarli su non ne ero particolarmente entusiasta Avevo visto in Cuore D Inchiostro una fine perfetta e siccome non sono amante delle storie che si complicano senza motivo, pen [...]

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