May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. May be ex-library. Fine in illustrated wrappers as new. Advance Reading Copy trade paperback format. The final book in the innovative fantasy trilogy from the award-winning author of 'The Thief Lord. Translated from the German by Anthea Bell. Includes a letter from Funke inside the front cover. Illustrated with drawings at the head of each chapter. A lovely book in an unusual wide format. Cover illustration by Carol Lawson. Seller: Bookfever.
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Fine with No dust jacket as issued. Advance Review Copy; First Printing. Signed by Funke on the title page. New York, NY, U. Audio Book. Audio Book On Compact Discs. Corduner, Allan reader. Brief summary of content available on request by e-mail.
Unabridged audio book on 16 CDs. Running time 19 hours, 46 minutes. Signed by Author s. First UK Edition. A Very Fine unread copy of the UK limited edition, limited to copies bound in pictorial cloth and matching slipcase. Signed on a special limitation plate on the front end page as called for this being of New York: Scholastic. As New in As New dust jacket. The Adderhead has his henchmen plunder the villages. With the Book of Immortality unraveling, the Adderhead again fears the White Women of Death, kidnaps all the children in the kingdom, dooming them to slavery in the silver mines unless Mo surrenders.
Due to the rising success of her books, Funke is already being hailed as Germany's J. Chicken House. Somerset: Chickenhouse, First Edition. Fine in Fine dust jacket. First Edition; First Printing. Inscribed by author to previous owner on title page. Very Good. Used - Good. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Signed by the author on the title page. NOT inscribed, clipped or otherwise marked. If you are ever looking to read a captivating and magical series I hope that you choose the Inkheart Trilogy and enjoy all three books especially Inkdeath very much.
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June 07, Reader reviewed by Mairi The book in which Mo bound the Adderhead's soul has begun to rot, leaving him desperate for a cure, but none of the bookbinders he finds know what to do. A terrible way to end the Trilogy. May 16, Reader reviewed by Pheonix Ever since the events of Inkspell, when the story of Inkheart drew Meggie, Mo and Dustfinger back into its pages, life in the Inkworld has been far from easy. With Dustfinger dead, and the evil Adderhead now in control, the story in which they are all caught has taken an unhappy turn. Even Elinor,left alone in the real world, believes her family to be lost-lostbetween the covers of a book.
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As winter turns to spring, there is a reason to hope, but only if Maggie and Mo are ready to face it. When I first read inkheart and inkspell I thought they were original and creative books. I was so excited for inkdeath and when it came out and I bought it, lets just say it was horrible and thats putting it mildly. It was a badly written book. In fact, I struggled to finish it - if I hadn't got a policy of always finishing books I start, I probably would have put it down and stopped reading. Lets just it wasn't a good ending to the trilogy.
Mourning the End of this trilogy. February 14, Reader reviewed by MssJos Set entirely in the InkWorld, Meggie, Mo, Resa, and Dustfinger grow, change, love, and lose while struggling to ensure that good will triumph over evil. While I typically, and generically, prefer good guys to bad, Funke creates some of the most impressive, fantastical villians I have ever encountered. Alliances are formed and broken so frequently throughout the novel that even readers have trouble keeping up with who's on which side. Mo must decide whether he wants to be the dangerous and daring BlueJay, a robin-hood-like character Fengolio has created for him, or the bookbinder, a safer father-figure for Meggie and his unborn child.
Mo's decision effects not only himself and his family, but the entire InkWorld.
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While readers try to determine whether Fengolio the conceited, yet good-hearted original author of InkHeart or Orpheus the younger, maniacal new editor of InkHeart is writing the story, Mo and Dustfinger meet Death, a shape-shifter who appears to be the true author of the story in all worlds.
Meggie struggles to figure out her own heart, while a new character attempts to steal her love from Farid. Resa learns of her own powerful role in the story, as does Violante, illustrating the powerful female characters that have previously been overlooked. In Harry Potter-like fashion, the characters of the InkHeart series capture readers' imaginations and run with them. My, My. February 04, Reader reviewed by EshInoBi My, my It was a satisfying end to the Inkworld series, but I honestly don't think it's as good as the first two.
Well, this book was good. Yes, there's a but. The middle gave me a long wait. It was boring, having to wait. Because, the Adderhead had to go to Violante her Ugliness - his daughter- for a plan that Violante made, but the Adderhead broke. Mo is sent to Death when tricked by Orpheus, but even words from Orpheus cannot control Death. Mo comes back with Dustfinger. Mo bargained with death. He must destroy the white book he made in Inkspell that grants the Adderhead immortality.
Mo spoilt the book when he was making it, so the Adderhead is living in immortality with a bad body Death cannot have the Adderhead, so Mo promised her that he would destroy the book, but if he can't by the end of winter, then Mo AND his daughter, Meggie must die. I will not tell you if this book has a happy or an unhappy ending. But, it wasn't worth the wait for the middle to see the end. But I won't spoil it. That would ruin it. But, I must tell you. Little children are not what they seem, and the romance of a main character changes at the end. Good luck reading it. Nice try. January 04, Reader reviewed by Coaster Ok, so heres the on Inkdeath, basically, all the same stuff that happened in the other two works is constantly recurring throughout the novel.
It also features most of the themes and retains alot of the original plot of the first two books, making it a very monotonous read. I'm not one to spoil a book, so I wont strait up tell you anything, I'll just say that it's not even worth spoiling. Have fun wasting your time! Powered by JReviews. Here's more i Read more.
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