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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At this point, Resa arrives in the form of a Swift, saves Mo from going insane, and restates Dustfinger’s allegiance. He leaps off of the page and pulls you into the Inkworld.

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That would have made it much easier. Want personalized picks that fit your family? The ending was amazing at at the same time heartbreaking but aren’t they all? So I’m glad I’ve finally finished it. Mo finds himself enjoying the Bluejay role, and has no intention of leaving Tunke despite Meggie and Resa’s urgings. He isn’t selfish anymore, and he doesn’t hate Mo so unfairly.

By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. While Farid is awesome, Doria is effing amazing.

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I’m so glad that Meggie chooses Doria over Farid. Who writes the story?

East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. I did, however, end up getting bored here and there while listening to the audio book.


Booklovers will continue to find much to enchant them, corneliw all readers will enjoy puzzling over questions of fate: But in Inkdeath, she has a huge part, and I like that. Mo’s transformation into the Bluejay is amazing.

As one of the other reviewers says, Dude. I was never suspecting them.

The word for this book–one that occurs more than any other besides names and “fire”–would be “longing. At first I was worried.

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From the start of the series I always liked the plot of being able to read yourself into or out of a story. But usually when a book gets translated, the writing style isn’t that great, because the pretty prose usually gets lost when someone else takes them and transfers them to a different language.

I also would have liked to know the baby’s name, just because I’m curious like that. Jacopo is the last person I would have expected to help Mo kill the Adderhead — which is why I love the fact that he does. She’s a great character. Do they really create the worlds, or are they just describing something that exists in some way independent of the author?

Plus, why did the White Woman care so much about Mo? My main problem with this one is that many of the key characters started sounding the exact same. Don’t want to say too much as my friends haven’t read it yet but there were some surprises and the story was left “sort of”open– new series in the making?


Normally I don’t like it when my initial ship sinks, but this one was so realistic and handled very tastefully, even though I wish Doria had had a little more of a personality.

I loved Capricorn and Basta. Life in the Inkworld has been far from easy since the extraordinary events of Inkspellwhen the story of Inkheart magically drew MeggieMo and Dustfinger back into its pages.

I love the story too, fuke I keep ordering more of all 3 books trying to get a perfect collection.

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Fujke definitely recommend Inkheart and Inkspell. However, “Inkdeath” is a fitting conclusion funkee the fantastical events begun in “Inkheart”. Even though this one felt like it had so much more depth it was still easier to follow and it was also very engaging. The most beautiful scene in the whole novel was when he rode to the castle gates escorted magnificently be Dustfinger of courseand turned himself in to save the children of Ombra. Resa – also became quite annoying throughout Inkdeath.

I adore them view spoiler [and Resa’s being pregnant!