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Inkspell The captivating sequel to INKHEART, the critically acclaimed, international bestseller by Cornelia Funke, an author who is emerging as a truly modern classic writer for childrenAlthough a year has passed, not a day goes by without Meggie thinking of INKHEART, the book whose characters became real But for Dustfinger, the fire eater brought into being from words, the need to return to the tale has become desperate When he finds a crooked storyteller with the ability to read him back, Dustfinger leaves behind his young apprentice Farid and plunges into the medieval world of his past Distraught, Farid goes in search of Meggie, and before long, both are caught inside the book, too But the story is threatening to evolve in ways neither of them could ever have imagined

10 thoughts on “Inkspell

  1. Miranda Reads Miranda Reads says:

    The Inkworld Mesmerizing, Deadly, UnforgettableMaggie and her father Mo have a unique gift They re silvertongues When they read aloud, things in the book become so entranced by their voices that quite often characters will follow the sound into in the real world That delight often comes

  2. Hope Hope says:

    I really wanted to give this book 4 stars But my conscience got the better of me so 3 stars it is There were some things in this book that genuinely disturbed me, and I m going to point them out..Before I do, though, I have to tell you, I loved the book over all But I m probably not going to

  3. Karin Karin says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here After enjoying Inkheart, the first book in this trilogy, Inkspell was a huge disappointment First, I thought Meggie s character suffered a tremendous loss in her falling in love with Farid She became less independent

  4. Sara Sara says:

    Cornelia, you need a better editor Your editor would tell you to figure out which characters are essential and kill off the rest The difficulty with the book is that it s written for younger kids, but it is too complicated, not all of the storylines are as riveting as the rest, and there are too many

  5. leynes leynes says:

    Rereading the Ink trilogy by Cornelia Funke reminded me that I should reread my old favesoften I m currently toying with the idea of rereading the Hunger Games trilogy next month like what D The second instalment, Inkspell, is just as good and captivating as the first one I love the fact that we finally se

  6. Patrick Patrick says:

    I like that the story gotcomplex with the second volume It didn t fall into cliche storylines or plots That said, this book felt really long to me And the story felt rather loose Like not a lot was happening, given how long I spent listening to it I m willing to admit that a lot of that might have been due to t

  7. K.C. K.C. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Inkspell one word, one adventure With a completely original idea, a great plot, and a fantastic overall fantasy, this story s got it made I absolutely loved it Inkheart and Inkspell have become some of my favorite books Dustfinger the cl

  8. Rebecca McNutt Rebecca McNutt says:

    I m glad that Inkspell kept up the same daring modern fantasy elements as the previous in the series, but also that it brought some new things into the story that were completely unexpected It was sad about Dustfinger though, so I hope that the third in the series is able to resolve it in some way.

  9. Patricija - aparecium_libri Patricija - aparecium_libri says:

    My heart is still with this trilogy.I love the characters, how unique they are I love the old fashioned writing style I loved the adventures, the romance, the plot and action To be fair, I did listen to it, and not psychically re read, but I think I d feel the same.

  10. Sarah Sarah says:

    Inkspell picks up a year after Inkheart left off The Folcharts Mo, Resa, and Meggie are reunited in Elinor s house They have been joined by Darius another Silver tongue who can read things out of books but isn t nearly as good as Mo and a number of fantastical creatures who escaped from Inkheart, the book that Mo read aloud from

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