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Book Title: Mort D'encre|
The size of the: 393 KB
Edition: Gallimard jeunesse
Date of issue: 2010
The author of the book: Cornelia Funke
Format files: PDF
ISBN 13: 9782070622030
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Well, in the end I was satisfied with the book and I do love Cornelia Funke's writing, but I did have some issues with the plot...
1) I kept expecting Meggie to start writing in place of Fenoglio since he was throwing himself a little pity party, and I was disappointed that she never did. She was an integral character in the first two books, but it seemed like she played a smaller, less important role in this book. Was her purpose in the story just to read aloud the few things Fenoglio actually did write? Overall, the way her character was handled was a let down.
2) Farid annoyed me to death. He seems so childish, even though he really would've been considered a man at his age during those times. I just can't get his narrow-minded obsession with Dustfinger. I do like Dustfinger's character and all, but it's like he's the only thing on Farid's mind.
3) I think that Doria should have been fleshed out more, or introduced earlier, if Funke was going to make him into Meggie's new love interest. I just don't see how/why she fell in love with him, other than the fact that he was around more often than Farid and paid her more attention. I mean, what about his personality did she love? Why should we as the readers think this pairing makes sense?
4) Going back to Meggie's role, I really think she should have saved the day instead of Jacopo. I mean, he was a minor character and disliked by everyone and he was a total brat. Why would he be the one to save the day in the end? I understand that things weren't going his way, so he turned against his grandfather, but it still seemed odd and out-of-place to me.
5) The Black Prince did nothing in the book. He was injured and/or recovering during the vast majority of his scenes. I think he should have played a bigger role also, instead of some of the more minor characters coming to the forefront.
6) Orpheus never got his just desserts. I really wanted someone to take him out, but he just disappeared to the north. In reality, I think they would have wanted to go after him to make sure he never tried to mess with them again.
7) I really don't get why they stayed. They suffered a lot in the Inkworld. I would've wanted to go home and Fenoglio was still around to write them a way back into their own world. There was no reason why Doria couldn't have gone with, since he seemed fascinated by what Meggie told him about her world. It just seemed weird to me that they all stayed.
8) It was too long. I think they could've easily cut 50-100 pages at least.
Anyway, I did enjoy the trilogy as a whole, but my favorite book is still Inkheart. I actually think that this one was the weakest of the bunch.
Read information about the authorCornelia Funke is a multiple award-winning German illustrator and storyteller, who writes fantasy for all ages of readers. Amongst her best known books is the Inkheart trilogy. Many of Cornelia's titles are published all over the world and translated into more than 30 languages. She has two children, two birds and a very old dog and lives in Los Angeles, California.
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