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Inkspell

by Funke, Cornelia, 1958-

Format: Kindle Book 2011 2011
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Summary
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.
Contents
Words Made to Measure
Fool's Gold
Dustfinger Comes Home
Silvertongue's Daughter
Farid
The Inn of the Strolling Players
Meggie's Decision
The Minstrel Woman
Meggie Reads
The Inkworld
Gone
Uninvited Guests
Fenoglio
The Black Prince
Strange Sounds on a Strange Night
Only a Lie
A Present for Capricorn
Mortola's Revenge
Birthday Morning
Visitors from the Wrong Side of the Forest
The Prince of Sighs
Ten Years
Cold and White
In Elinor's Cellar
The Camp in the Forest
Fenoglio's Plan
Violante
The Wrong Words
New Masters
Cosimo
Elinor
The Wrong Man
Fairydeath
Cloud-Dancer's Message
Ink-Medicine
Screams
Bloodstained Straw
An Audience for Fenoglio
Another Messenger
No Hope
The Captives
A Familiar Face
Paper and Fire
The Burning Tree
Poor Meggie
A Knock on the Door
Roxane
The Castle by the Sea
The Mill
The Best of all Nights
The Right Words
Angry Orpheus
The Barn Owl
In the Dungeon of the Castle of Night
A Letter from Fenoglio
The Wrong Ears
Fire and Water
Invisible as the Wind
The Adderhead
Fire on the Wall
In the Tower of the Castle of Night
Where To?
The Badger's Earth
All Is Lost
Lord of the Story
Blank Paper
Kindness and Mercy
A Visit
The Night Before
The Pen and the Sword
Only a Dream
An Exchange
The Bluejay
Farid's Hope
Alone Again
A New Poet
Where Now?

Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "Gr. 6-9. Readers who enjoyed Funke's Inkheart (2003) are in for a treat with this sequel, a stronger book than its predecessor. In the first volume of the trilogy, a few characters have the ability to read a character out of a book and into today's world. In this book the process is reversed, and most of the earlier characters are transported to the magical yet perilous and sometimes brutally violent land of the fictional book, also called Inkheart. Young Meggie has longed to visit that world, but once she travels there she realizes the consequences of her choice and the seeming impossibility of putting things right in either place. With the help of Fenoglio, the book's author, who now lives in the secondary world, she connives to turn events toward a good outcome. Though some readers will simply enjoy the adventure story, others will be intrigued by Fenoglio's reflections on the impossibility of controlling what he has created. As before, the book's focus shifts from one group of characters to another as the plot moves swiftly. An indispensable key to the numerous characters precedes the story. Readers will enjoy the many quotes at chapter headings from writers as diverse as Margaret Atwood, David Almond, Kate DiCamillo, Harper Lee, Pablo Neruda, Philip Pullman, J. K Rowling, and T. H. White. In short, a booklover's book. --Carolyn Phelan Copyright 2005 Booklist"
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Publisher's Weekly Review: "In a starred review, PW called this a "spellbinding follow-up to Inkheart, expertly mixing joy, pain, suspense and magic." Ages 9-12. (Apr.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved"
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Additional Information
Series Inkheart series.
#1 - Inkheart
#2 - Inkspell
#3 - Inkdeath
Subjects Books and reading Juvenile fiction
Characters and characteristics in literature Juvenile fiction
Magic Juvenile fiction
Books and reading Fiction
Authorship Fiction
Characters in literature Fiction
Bookbinding Fiction
Magic Fiction
Fantasy
Juvenile Fiction
Electronic books.
Fantasy fiction.
Young adult fiction.
Publisher New York :Scholastic Inc.2011
2011
Edition 1st American ed.
Other Titles Tintenblut.
Contributors Bell, Anthea.
OverDrive, Inc.
Language English
System Details Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Format: Adobe EPUB eBook
Format: Kindle Book
Format: OverDrive READ
Requires Adobe Digital Editions or Amazon Kindle
Description 1 online resource.
ISBN 9780545406314
9780545406314
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