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Inkspell by Cornelia Funke
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Nov 10, 2007

really liked it
Read in August, 2006

** spoiler alert ** Inkspell - one word, one adventure. With a completely original idea, a great plot, and a fantastic overall fantasy, this story's got it made. I absolutely loved it. Inkheart and Inkspell have become some of my favorite books.

Dustfinger - the clear winner for my favorite character, I have to agree with Orpheus there. He can hide his feelings at will, which is very admirable (just ask Farid). He believes himself to be cowardly, but he will go to great heights for the ones he cares about, such as Farid and Roxane. He truly does have feelings, although you may not be able to tell just from his face.

I loved the ending - it made me want more, made me want to keep on reading. Oddly enough, it reminded me of Star Wars III, when it seemed that all hope was lost and the Dark Side was going to win. The Adderhead is immortal (I see him as the Chancellor in Inkspell), Dustfinger is dead (of which I was so sad!), and Orpheus is in Inkworld acting like a stuck-up egotistical megalomaniac who owns the world.

Hopefully the situation will become better as time goes on...in Inkdeath.
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Kyra No, no, you should keep reading. Shouldn't it get better? *madly flips through Inkdeath, then releases a satisfied sigh*


Elizabeth Engstrom you have to keep reading inkspell I mean, it's amazing. you just have to read inkdeath to understand


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