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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 ... Show synopsis

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Reviews of Inkspell

Overall customer rating: 4.500

Inkspell - Great work of fantasy.

by 282024 on Jun 22, 2010

Enjoy the intriguing continuation of Meggie and Mo in the world that Meggie's mom - Resa- spent for 10 years after being read into another world. Imagine the voice of Meggie's mom when she finally is able to speak. Imagine how Meggie reads so that characters are read in and out of stories as well as herself. Picture fairies and the world of fantasy. The book is not all hearts. There is suspense. The book keeps you wanting more, even when you finish you can't wait to begin the next book.


Great Read

by MaryP on Aug 6, 2009

This is another great read! Fast pace and exciting. Loved it thouroughly.


Great read!!

by bookwork on Mar 26, 2009

Very good read from the beginning to the end. I enjoyed every minute of it.

Lindsay, TheBookVlogger

Just what I was hoping for

by Lindsay, TheBookVlogger on Jun 27, 2008

Until September when the third book, Inkdeath, is released, Inkspell is most certainly Funk's diamond. The first book, Inkheart, although worth reading doesn't hold the same magic and excitement nessecary for an avid fantasy reader. I forced my way through Inkheart and was pleasantly surprised to find that the sequal would take place in the magical world that we learned about. This story will make you happy, worried, awed, excited, and it will probably even make you cry. I'm excited for Inkdeath to see what's instore for these characters!


disappointing sequel

by msaphra on Jun 10, 2007

After reading Inkheart, which I loved, I eagerly began reading the sequel, Inkspell. But alas, the second book did not follow through in the same style. In this sequel, many of the protagonists of Inheart find their way into the world of the book of the same name. But, gone is the playful allusion to beloved children' classics, and the interesting mix of goodness and flaws in the characters. Stock phrases are repeated over and over again. Action seemed to be written with an eye towards movie rights. And, unlike the ending of the first book, which enabled it to stand on its own, this sequel ends in a very unsatisfactory cliff hanger. In short, after reading it, like Dustfinger, I was left longing for the world painted in Inkheart, which alas, not to be found in Inkspell.

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