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Of course, it's that sort of earnest, almost gushing veneration of books and book-loving that made the absorbing suspense-fantasy Inkheart so wonderful in the first place, with that lit-affection getting woven integrally into the plot (Inkheart being both Funke's first book in the series, and the fictitious book within that book, authored by the frustrated Fenoglio, now trapped within the book, er, within the book. Fenoglio, perhaps not surprisingly, self-referentially wishes in Inkspell that he had written a sequel to Inkheart.) Inkspell should serve as a special treat for fans of the first book, as characters from Inkheart who have found themselves in the "real world" (if there is such a thing) find themselves read back into their own mythic, word-spun world--along with some of our favorite "real-world" characters. As with the previous book, Funke's greatest accomplishment here is telling such a rich and involving (and fun!) story, while still managing sweet, subtle commentary on the nature of words and meaning. Expect a tantalizing finale, too--as Funke says, "No reader will forgive me the ending, though, without a part three." (Ages 8 and up) --Paul Hughes --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Misspell takes Meggie and her parents and Farid into the story and into the made up world of Inkworld. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Pint-sized Bookworm
any person will love this book! fast paste, surprising and fun, the follow up to inkheart is a must read for anyone!Published 1 month ago by Joshua Lute
Great book! I loved this book and the other 2 in the trilogy. Cornelia Funke creates a neat word and the book is hard to put down.Published 1 month ago by Cassady
This is the most beautiful book series that I have ever read. Thank you so much Cornelia Funke for making this book possible.Published 2 months ago by Dylan
This book was filled with lots of adventures but it also had a lot of bloodshed funny. It also had some confusing partsPublished 2 months ago by Amelie Jarvis
Basra did not kill him like he was spoptow . He gave up his own life for fared. That was the end