And when they got free from Adderheads castle and start fighting. My favorite characters are Mo, Dustfinger and Meggie. She has my name! Worst part of it really, really honestly and truthfully are the extremely obnoxious characters with their hearts that have no empathy - Like Orpheug [cannot read my past self handwriting] I hope he dies [younger me was violent].
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And when they got free from Adderheads castle and start fighting. My favorite characters are Mo, Dustfinger and Meggie. She has my name! Worst part of it really, really honestly and truthfully are the extremely obnoxious characters with their hearts that have no empathy - Like Orpheug [cannot read my past self handwriting] I hope he dies [younger me was violent]. Overall the book was amazing. It is written extremely well and the story just captivates you so much, it was great non-stop amazingness.
But it did make me a little sad, and I hope that it ends happily in the last book. It really is just a great book. It takes on a heavier fantasy element than the first, which was almost more like magical realism. It continues to be fast-paced and intriguing, especially with the excellent placement of switches in PoV. Brendan Fraser is a dynamic narrator. It was fascinating to hear him take on so many roles.
My one criticism is that he gives characters accents that don't suit them eg: why would Finoglio have a New Yorker accent?
I hate plot flaws. I feel like Funke should've ended the series at book one. Or not even written a series at all. She is capable of writing beautifully, but the whole set up of the story is rather… shall I say it? Plus, Meggie is much too young to be falling in love and kissing a boy. She's thirteen years old. The immorality of the main personas is irritating, even though I must say Dustfinger is a creative character that brings a lot of life to the story.
This book is a long but good book to read over a vacation. My friend found this book had too much detail but I loved it. This book is the second book in the series and I would say that this book is not worth reading if you don't read the first book inkheart and as the ending is minor cliff hanger you should read the last book in the series inkdeath.
The book is full of emotion and I have felt many emotions over reading this book, even though I have not cried during this reading the book. I would recommend this book to any one with lots of time on their hands and love detailed books. I didn't read it. Ran out of time and there are too many other books I'd rather spend my free time reading. My year old daughter read this and loved it!
It was the longest book she had ever read I think. I actually didn't note that there was a second book, or a third one for that matter, until a while after I read the first. I am pretty sure there is a movie for the first one because I vaguely remember watching it, but it wasn't as good as the first book.
The same can be said for this second book, which may have been interesting at parts but lacked a certain appeal to it. I kind of drifted off of it at times, but I guess overall it wasn't a Complete bore. Meg's person was simply too simplistic for me to imagine. VeganGreen thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and This is the second book in the trilogy Inkheart. In my opinion the first book is the best but this one and Inkdeath the third book are great too.
Meggie has trapped herself in the book "Inkheart", and is not sure if she will be able to get out. Was the prospect of seeing the Inkworld really that great a risk? Sexual Content: Kissing. Violence: Fighting, killing, hanging people, etc. Stories never really end, Meggie, even if the books like to pretend they do. Stories always go on. They don't end on the last page, any more than they begin on the first page.
Skip to main navigation Skip to main navigation Skip to search Skip to search Skip to content. Use current location. See all locations. Admin Admin Admin, collapsed. Main navigation Events. Open search form. Enter search query Clear Text. Saved Searches Advanced Search. Browse Browse, collapsed Browse. By Audience Kids Teens. All CPL locations are closed through June 7. Inkspell Funke, Cornelia, Average Rating:. Rate this:. Now thirteen, Meggie "reads" herself into Inkworld, where she, her family, and the characters in the book face chaos and danger as the original creator of the world frantically tries to redirect the story.
Edition: 1st American ed. ISBN: Characteristics: 1 online resource pages : illustrations, map. Additional Contributors: Bell, Anthea. From the critics. Comment Add a Comment. This is sad, just letting that be said. Like 1 like. Like 3 likes. Like 2 likes.
I love this trilogy so much! Funke's words lead you to another world and has a unique storyline. Age Add Age Suitability. Gwen thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and under. MeggiePotter thinks this title is suitable for 6 years and over. Monkeysbook thinks this title is suitable for All Ages.
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One year after the events of Inkheart , one by one, the characters find themselves read from the real world into the Inkworld. Dustfinger is ecstatic to be back home after his long exile; Meggie Im so glad that Im educated enough to read childrens books. Seriously I love fun books! After graduating from the University of Hamburg, she worked as a social worker for three years.
With an OverDrive account, you can save your favorite libraries for at-a-glance information about availability. Find out more about OverDrive accounts. Although a year has passed, not a day goes by without Meggie thinking of the extraordinary events of Inkheart, and the story whose characters strode out of the pages, and changed her life forever. But for Dustfinger, the fire-eater, torn from his world of words, the need to return has become desperate.
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