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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Orpheus – I wanted Orpheus to suffer a very painful, and humiliating death, in which he realized that Mo really was greater than him, but Funke did not give me such satisfaction.
It’s not just that Many readers’ favorite character is Staubfinger Dustfingerthe “fire-dancer” street performer who thinks he has no courage; but mine is Mortimer, the bookbinder, whose innocent heart his symbol isn’t a unicorn by accident and empathy for the oppressed takes him into mortal danger multiple times I can count five times from this volume without even thinking hard.
Once again I loved the characters and how well they developed over the three books. Articles needing additional references from February All articles needing additional references Articles lacking in-text citations ccornelia February All articles lacking in-text citations Articles fhnke multiple maintenance issues Pages to import images to Wikidata.
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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.
Can death or the White Ladies, in this story be stymied? She shows herself to be strong and independent and clever.
Inkdeath: Inkheart Trilogy, Book 3
Farid, who has given up his fire after the death of Dustfinger, works for an increasingly wealthy Orpheus. Stay up to date on new reviews.
Nov 20, Sammi rated it it was ok. It’s a great story not only for book lovers, but for writers, too. It’s a narrative inodeath bibliophilia.
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Even though this one felt like it had so much more depth it inkdesth still easier to follow and it was also very engaging. 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.
To start off, Dustfinger is dead. Part of me wishes that I just stopped after the first book.
Amongst her best known books is the Inkheart trilogy. Don’t want to say too much as my friends haven’t read it yet but there were some surprises imkdeath the story was left “sort of”open– new series in the making? These are NOT little books, they are roughly about pages long and he’s on the 3rd one.
It is the third and final book in the Inkheart trilogy. What are they called in German? And that’s only one part of their magic. Meggie made me adventurous, Mo made me fearless, Resa made me caring, Farid made me long to search for the light in the world, Dustfinger showed me that everything ends, but also everything begins and so many other characters wrapped me up in their amazing world and personalities and gave me a memorable experience.
I have no idea – I just was.
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What’s up with the White Woman that writes something about Mo and gives it to Meggie? I really enjoyed getting to know Resa better, and watching her turn from a flat character to the three dimensional one she is now.
At the end of this book three, it is “kick the trilogy out the door and don’t come back!
Sign In Don’t have an account? This concluding volume in Funke’s bestselling trilogy picks up where Inkspell left off, but sputters for a hundred pages filling in backstory. Book ratings by Goodreads. 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.
I could almost say that I dislike her character after reading the third book. But Funke really gives her a lot of depth in Inkdeath. Mo – Mo’s transformation into the Bluejay was superb!