Inkspell

Inkspell

Book - 2007
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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.
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Scholastic ; Frome [England] : Chicken House, [2007], c2005
ISBN: 9780439554015
0439554012
Branch Call Number: J FIC Funke 3558jv 1
Characteristics: 635 p. :,ill., map
Additional Contributors: Bell, Anthea

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Gwen7154
Oct 16, 2017

Interesting story… One MASSIVE plot flaw, though—Fenoglio couldn't have based the Bluejay off of Mo because he didn't know Mo when he wrote Inkheart! AAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH!!!! (I hate plot flaws.)
Anyhow, believable characters, entertaining yet very, very detailed and complex.

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ayoshida
Jun 22, 2017

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.

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Rubicat
May 02, 2017

I didn't read it. Ran out of time and there are too many other books I'd rather spend my free time reading.

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violet_swan_370
Apr 05, 2017

great book I loved it and so will you :)

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JanaEads
Mar 30, 2017

My 11-year old daughter read this and loved it! It was the longest book she had ever read I think.

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Mar 29, 2017

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.
- @Siri of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library

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turquoisebook86
Jul 20, 2016

I love this trilogy so much! Funke's words lead you to another world and has a unique storyline.

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blue_tiger_2407
Jul 24, 2014

I liked this book but Inkheart is better than Inkspell. Not as interesting.

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JihadiConservative
May 31, 2013

my least fav in series

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baubles11
Jan 23, 2013

I just love Funke's works. All of them are just so captivating!

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Gwen7154
Oct 16, 2017

Gwen7154 thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and under

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violet_swan_370
Apr 05, 2017

violet_swan_370 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 6 and 99

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noway29
Jun 20, 2015

noway29 thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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laurabray
Oct 03, 2013

laurabray thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 13

green_chicken_163 Dec 23, 2012

green_chicken_163 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 17

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MeggiePotter
Jul 30, 2012

MeggiePotter thinks this title is suitable for 6 years and over

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Monkeysbook
Nov 20, 2011

Monkeysbook thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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White_Leopard_1
Feb 10, 2010

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VeganGreen Aug 22, 2009

VeganGreen thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 9 and 12

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evallain
Jul 16, 2011

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.

lucky Oct 23, 2008

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?

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Gwen7154
Oct 16, 2017

Sexual Content: Kissing

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Gwen7154
Oct 16, 2017

Violence: Fighting, killing, hanging people, etc.

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VeganGreen Aug 22, 2009

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.

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