Inkspell (Inkheart Trilogy Series #2) by Cornelia Funke, Paperback | Barnes & Noble®
Life was much more difficult in the Inkworld, yet it seemed to Meggie that with every new day Fenoglio's story was spinning a magic spell around her heart, sticky as spiders' webs and enchantingly beautiful. Inkspell is the captivating second book in the best-selling and critically acclaimed Inkheart Trilogy. A good, clean and tight copy. Published by Scholastic, New York About this Item: Scholastic, New York, First Edition; First Printing.
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Most beautifully colored dust-jacket, a spectacular book; Cornelia Funke's second book of the trilogy. Not a day goes by without Meggie thinking of Inkheart, the book whose characters became real. The story is threatening to evolve in ways neither Meggie nor young apprentice Farid could ever have imagined. Due to the rising success of her books, Funke is already being hailed as Germany's J. Published by Chicken House, Somerset, England Condition: F. Dust Jacket Condition: F. As new. Unopened and unread.
Inkspell (Inkheart Trilogy)
Signed by the author on the half-title page. The second volume in the Inkheart trilogy. Published by The Chicken House Scholastic The second book of the extremely popular Ink trilogy. This copy has been signed by Funke on the title page. Seller Inventory ABE Published by Chicken House, Frome, Somerset Published by Chicken House, N. About this Item: Chicken House, N.
First Edition In U. Beautiful, clean, crisp, new and unread first printing, with the full number line including the 1, stored since purchase in This elegant book was designed by Elizabeth Parisi and Leyah Jensen with extraordinary wrap-around cover-art by Carol Lawson. The art of the front board is duplicated on the pristine dust jacket. Inkspell is the second book in Cornelia Funke's masterful fantasy begun with Inkheart and concluding with Inkdeath. In Inkspell Meggie is now able to read herself into a story! The dust jacket protected in a new, clear Brodart cover. The second volume in Funke's Inkheart trilogy.
Signed by the author on half-title page.
Inkspell (Inkheart Trilogy)
First British edition first printing. A fine copy in a fine dust jacket.
Signed By Author. First UK editions. Inkheart pub , pp , is a first impression with full number line, and has some edge wear to top and bottom of jacket and spine, a slightly crumpled closed tear to top of spine, corners rubbed and bumped. Price clipped, birthday inscription to ffep. Inkdeath pub , pp , is a subsequent impression with number line '5 7 9 10 8 6 4' and has no jacket as issued, boards very clean and sharp, with just slight pushing to top and bottom of spine.
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February 14, The story continues as Dustfinger the mysterious stranger from InkHeart finally discovers a way to return to his home in the Inkworld, however, his departure from this world has dire consequences for everyone involved in his story. Farid, Dustfinger's apprentice, finds Mo and Meggie 14 now , to tell them of some news that may prevent Dustfinger's homecoming from being a happy one.
Determined to help save Dustfinger and curious to see the Inkworld for themselves , Meggie and Farid soon find themselves in the Inkworld. Soon after, Mo and and Resa Meggie's mother join them. Between trying to stay alive, battling against evil forces, and being reunited with her father, Meggie manages to find time to fall in love with Farid. Even adult readers can appreciate the excitement of that first love and a few stolen kisses.
InkSpell takes readers on a roller coaster ride as they follow Meggie, Mo, Farid, and Dustfinger into the tragically and beautifully captivating Inkworld. Funke does an amazing job implementing Shakespearean influences into her characters, both good and evil. InkSpell explores not only love, but the complexities of familial relationships, friendships, and rivalries. As with InkHeart, I don't believe I would use this in my classroom as a teaching novel, but I would definitely recommend it to my students. The InkHeart series truly draws readers in to the Inkworld, sometimes slowly and deliberately and other times so suddenly and unexpectedly the reader barely has time to catch their breath!
October 20, Reader reviewed by Jinxie Dustfinger is back! He has come to meet a man named Orpheus because he can read out of books, too. He's not as good as Maggie or Mo, but he can still do it. Orpheus reads Dustfinger into Inkheart and leaves Farid, Dustfinger's apprentice out. Farid must find Maggie and Mo to get back into the book. Maggie finally reads herself in along with Farid, which is unusual. Farid falls in love with Maggie.
In the end, the book is continued Inkily Interesting. July 13, Reader reviewed by EshInoBi This book was appealing. I liked it more than the first book in the series, Inkheart. I wish I were in Inkheart. Or Inkspell. Anything, I'll do anything to get into books. I loved this book. I felt wonderful, and I feel as if I'm exactly like Meggie, always reading, and rebellious at times.
I found this book very interesting, and Farid has his best interests at heart. If I could choose to go into any book, it wouldn't be this book, as there are amazing books, but this book nearly makes it to the top. I can't imagine how crazy, how wild, how full of imagine the third book, Inkdeath, will be. I am greedily waiting, Inkdeath, always waiting. I love riddles. This book had a few, and for that, I was happy. I hope everyone will get a chance to notice, cherish, and read this book with their heart. Start reading it, now! An awesome second book!