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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The ending was amazing at at the same time heartbreaking but aren’t they all? Part of me wishes that I just stopped after the first book.

And what about other loves? More disappointingly, the formerly feisty Meggie, barely into her teens, has little to do but choose between two suitors. Instead he gets to run off skipping into the sunset, unharmed! So it’s quite a relief to have other, more interesting characters be the main characters of Inkdeath — their views are much more exciting than Meggie’s, and I love taking a look through all their eyes.

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And there are so many genius plot twi Wow. It’s so different than the two other books in the trilogy, and that’s one of the reasons why this is my favorite of all three.

Inkdeath (Inkheart Trilogy: Book 3)

funie I loved the first book and enjoyed the second, the third fell a little flat. It’s so cool how he longs to go to the real world, just like Meggie once longed to go to the Inkworld. I love indefinite endings.


Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Let’s just say that the book only starts to get interesting in the last pages or so, and it’s pages long! Having now read the final book in the series, I see why that original title was so apt and think it was very unfortunate that it was changed.

For a while everything gets to a point where it all feels so hopeless. While Farid is awesome, Doria is effing amazing. View all 4 comments. Mo or the Bluejay? So wurde sie mit 28 Jahren freischaffende Autorin und Illustratorin. The star rating reflects overall quality and learning potential. Mo finds himself enjoying his role as the Bluejay, and has no intention of leaving Inkworld despite Meggie and Resa’s urgings.

This one went much deeper than the first two in to the world they were read into. It’s a narrative about bibliophilia.

Mo, now known almost exclusively as the Bluejay, cannot accept this, and frees them by giving himself up in exchange. Right now, I like it mostly because it ended the series. After a while though, everything picked up, and it all started.

I wish I had read this back when I started the series An absolute must read for any bookworm!

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As Mo’s life becomes ever more in danger, he places the lives of his friends and families, and indeed all the children of Ombra, at risk as well. Start reading Inkdeath Inkworld series Book 3 on your Kindle in under a minute.


P Most of the bad things that happen in Inkdeath are because of him. The book is dense with plot, characters, world, and ideas. Violante, now known as Her Kindliness, becomes ruler of Ombra, and a new Folchart, a boy, is born into Inkworld, longing for the world that his parents and sister were born in, to cornelix if the tales they told about it were true.

My ARC weighs in at pages with a relatively small font to boot. He leaps off of the page and pulls you into the Inkfeath.

Meggie – My attachments to Meggie never really faltered throughout the series. The middle of the book was really good and I was quite enthralled, but towards the end it seemed like Cornelia was rushing the story. Inkdeath is a wonderful book although its covers are packed full of pages the words flow like a rapid stream, as the story develops you will find it harder and harder to find a stopping place to rest your eyes.