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Inkdeath by Cornelia Funke
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Aug 01, 11

In the beginning of reading this book, i was let down with the fact that so many bad things where happening, but then the story actually began growing and got more interesting. As promised the story did have a happy ending, but not one that i exactly liked. It would of been nice if Cornelia would of explained the whole deal with Doria and his future self(even if she left it to our imagination)i'm still disgruntled. It also made me sad to see Farid bed rejected by meggie, even though he deserved it, but it would of been nice to have that familarity from the first and second book, where shy farid existed. i was really angry when i read that he "kissed the maids in secret", i would like to know why the bloody hell was that in the book? Farid and Meggie could of been perfect T_T but i guess Farid was changing. Though i have to admit, Doria sounds like a good catch, i wanted to hear more about that relationship. So overall i was left feeling slightly empty, and wondering if maybe there should be other books individually explaining the characters lifes. also, resa's boy doesn't have a name!

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