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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Facing the threat of eternal winter, Mo inks a dangerous deal inkdeeath Death itself. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. I was really disappointed by Inkdeath. Pero siguen y siguen. The third and final installment in the “Inkworld” series, I was fascinated.

Farid walks in on Orpheus yanking a serving-girl onto his lap, and the narrator adds that Orpheus molests all his maids, becomes enraged if they reject his advances, and might spend some of his money on prostitutes. Book ratings by Goodreads.

The Milksop goes after the group indeath robbers, but Fenoglio saves them by writing giant human nests up in the trees. The Inkheart trilogy by Cornelia Funke. I’m so glad that Dustfinger kills it; I’ve always thought that Dustfinger should have been the one to kill Basta, not Mo. In Inkspell, I never would have guessed that Mo was actually going to turn into the Bluejay!

I don’t get it.

Our ratings are based on child development best practices. Jacopo betrays his grandfather, the Adderhead, by giving Mo the original white book so that he is able to write the three words, thus killing the Adderhead.

This one in particular gets it spot on. Common Sense is a nonprofit organization. Ov The word for this book–one that occurs more than any other besides names and “fire”–would be “longing.

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Farid inkdeaht basically shoved to the side in this book, which I didn’t mind since I’d never liked him much anyway yes, I know I’m the only one! It really bugs me how he barely writes a word in all of Inkdeath for Meggie to read to make things turn for the better. Can anyone save this cursed story? It’s so suspenseful and intense when Mo writes each word, then gets distracted after each.

Inkdeath (Inkheart Trilogy: Book 3)

In Inkdeath, he is a total selfish jerk. The only figure standing in their way is the romanticized “Bluejay”, a thief created by Fenoglio in a series of songs that was inspired by Mo who is now “stuck” as the “Bluejay” and is in as much trouble as ever. Aug 02, Sella Malin rated it it was amazing. I did, however, end up getting bored here and there while listening to the audio book. Want personalized picks that fit your family? Discover Prime Book Box for Kids.

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Nail-biting, violent fantasy has elements of mystery. For Brianna’s sake, Dustfinger momentarily betrays Mo. Once again I loved the characters and how well they developed over the three books. More disappointingly, the formerly jnkdeath Meggie, barely into her teens, has little to do but choose between two suitors. Let me first let out a scream of stunned glee Amazon Music Stream millions of songs.

Intimations of intent to rape. Death will release Dustfinger from her grasp and Mo as well, as long as Mo finishes what he started, and writes the three words in the White Book, the book that makes the Adderhead immortal. Inkheart Trilogy, Book 3. Okay, there’s a bit of “mild-mannered Clark Kent” going on here, but it’s a nice archetype; and Mortimer’s hero alter-ego, and what he finds he is capable of, will take your breath away.


I admit cornelja be a little confused at the beginning– inkeath number of characters and the switching of view points every few pages seemed a little overwhelming at first but that soon goes away and you just get absorbed. Meggie desperately tries to find a way to fix what has gone wrong with the story, but Fengolio has lost his way with words and cannot write anything.

I’ve heard of characters acting on their own volition, without an author’s apparent permission, but never of a world that took on its own personality.

I also would have liked to know the baby’s name, just because I’m curious like that. Maggie – who played such a central role in the first and shared the spotlight in the second – is thrown to the side. But Funke really gives her a lot of depth in Inkdeath.

Sign in or join to save for later. The word for this book–one that occurs more than any other besides names and “fire”–would be “longing.

Dustfinger funks a lot when he comes back from the dead, and in my opinion, it’s for the better.