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Inkdeath by Cornelia Funke
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Mar 18, 11

Read in March, 2011

Inkdeath by Cornelia Funke is an incredible book. It’s 663 pages long and the third and final book in the Inkheart trilogy. Meggie, her father Mo, and her long lost mother Resa have been in the Inkworld for quite a while. Dustfinger is dead and the Inkworld is a disaster. The Adderhead is ruler of everything and everyone. Mo has made a deal with Death itself inn order to try and bring back the old Inkworld. Will he succeed? The strolling players lead by the Black Prince are helping the people of Ombra, who, like everybody else, think there to be no more hope. But with the help of the Bluejay and the power of words, maybe there is hope. Inkdeath was an amazing book and I recommend it to anyone who has the patience to read a 600+ page book. If you read it, you have to read the first two otherwise you’ll be completely lost. It was great though!
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