This concluding volume in Funke’s bestselling trilogy picks up where Inkspell left off, but sputters for a hundred pages filling in backstory. Inkdeath by Cornelia Funke, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Read Common Sense Media’s Inkdeath: Inkheart Trilogy, Book 3 review, age rating, and parents guide. Cornelia Funke · Fantasy; Save · Rate book.
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Booklovers will inkdesth to find much to enchant them, including chapter-head quotes from classic and modern prose and poetry for children and adults, with a helpful bibliography in the back for those who’d like to read further. Beyond the battle against evil, there are deeper questions about the role of fate in this book: Can authors change their creations at will, or are they in inkdrath way bound to its rules? Meggie fans may be disappointed that she is no longer at the center of the action, which has mostly shifted to the adults.
Still, Meggie’s dad Mo is willing to sacrifice himself to save the kidnapped children, and other characters make brave choices. Lots of fighting, beating, killing, and injuries. Intimations inkveath intent to rape. Not much is graphic, but there are references to all kinds of gruesome violence: Parents need to know that, while the fantasy corneia isn’t especially graphic, there is lots of inideath, and references to all kinds of gruesome ways to torture and kill.
Booklovers will continue to find much to enchant them, and all readers will enjoy puzzling over questions of fate: Do we have to live the story as it is written? Add your rating See all 2 parent reviews. Add your inkdeatg See all 19 kid reviews. In this conclusion to the Inkheart TrilogyMo, having taken on the role of a Robin Hood-like character called the Bluejay, makes a deal with Death and allies with Violante to try to kill her father, Adderhead, whom he previously made immortal. Meanwhile Orpheus tries to gain wealth and power by allying with Adderhead, and the Milksop and the Piper kidnap all the children in Ombra to force Mo to sacrifice himself.
Inkdeath: Inkheart Trilogy, Book 3
Includes summaries of the first two books, glossary, and bibliography for the chapter-head quotes. Also, don’t even think of trying to read this without having read the first two books in the trilogy. Even for those who have read them, and even with the summaries and glossary provided, it can be confusing, what with a hundred or so named characters and numerous criss-crossing plot lines.
While fans of Meggie may be disappointed that she is no longer at the center of the action, which has mostly shifted to the adults, series fans will find the same virtues and vices here: And although this is the end of the trilogy, Funke has left enough plotlines open to continue the series, if she chooses. Families can talk about the relationship between authors and the worlds they create.
Do they really create the worlds, or are they just describing something that exists in some way independent of the author? When an author writes about something, does it become more real? This book is fantasy but does feature some evil villains and gritty violence. Is it easier to read about dark and disturbing things if it’s in a work of fantasy rather than in a realistic story? Common Sense Media’s unbiased ratings are created by expert reviewers and aren’t influenced by the product’s creators or by any of our funders, affiliates, or partners.
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Want personalized picks that fit your family? Set preferences to see inkdfath top age-appropriate picks for your kids. Inkheart Trilogy, Book 3. Trilogy conclusion satisfies; not as dark as previous book. Cornelia Funke Fantasy Sign in or join to save for later. Based on 2 reviews. Based on 19 reviews.
Get it now Searching for streaming and purchasing options Common Sense is a nonprofit organization. Your purchase helps us remain independent and ad-free. Get it now on Searching for streaming and purchasing options A lot or a little? The parents’ guide to what’s in this book. Some kissing, references to lovers, groping under skirts, fondling. What parents need to know Parents need to know that, while the fantasy violence isn’t especially graphic, there is lots of it, and references to all kinds of gruesome ways to torture and kill.
Continue reading Show less. Stay up to date on new reviews. Get full reviews, inkdeatb, and advice delivered weekly to your inbox. User Reviews Parents say Kids say. Adult Written by Trustworthy Reviews February 19, Good, book just for children older than twelve. Inkdeagh book was very well written, however I would suggest that if you read it you are above the age of twelve, here’s why: Some of the content, such as viol My favorite author and book of all time! The best I have ever read! This is a must-read book.
If you like Cornelia Funke, you’ll love this book. It has such suspenseful qualities to it that you just want to skip to the fune I just finished this book today and let me tell you, it was COOL!
This is a great book, even more so than the others in the series, corneliq I will warn you that thi Teen, 13 years old Written by Inkweaver January 5, The last and exiting book of the series!
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I found that the series were a blast! You can relate to characters in the book, like the heroine Meggie, her protective father Mo, Elenor the book lover! Is it any good? Talk to your kids about Chicken House Publication date: September 6, Publisher’s recommended age s: For kids who love fantasy books.
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