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“Amazing, the characters are so real, and the Inkworld is so beautifully described you feel as if your right there alongside all the characters ...”
“Currently, Cornelia Funke’s Inkworld is waiting for me, along with the Philip Pullman’s Dark Materials.”
“However, when Death itself makes a deal with Mo, no one can change the events of the Inkworld.”
“Inkdeath is the final piece of the Inkworld trilogy.”
“I hope Funke keeps it up in Inkdeath, the final book of the Inkworld trilogy.”
“They have become a part of The Inkworld and their very presence will change the story that exists.”
“Now by the end of the book (spoiler alert for those who pay attention to such things) Meggie and her family decide to stay in the Inkworld.”
“When she is allowed to think on her own she wreaks havoc by either crossing over into The Inkworld without letting anyone who loves her know or throws herself into the midst of danger because the parents she so callously abandoned are hurt.”
“This was one of the most fun books I've read this year; it isn't stand alone, but it was a rollicking good read as the culmination of the significant amount of time I've spent in Inkworld.”
“I generally use initials of names where I can, but Farid and Fenoglio are both prominent in the Inkworld trilogy.”
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