Inkspell by Cornelia Funke

Inkspell by Cornelia Funke (unabridged audiobook read by Brendan Fraser; 18 hrs 46 min on 16 discs): Meggie and Farid enter the Inkworld in search of Dustfinger and find it much changed from the lands described in Inkheart. A new reader, Orpheus, has started reading people into and out of books. Meanwhile, Mortola and Basta are still on the hunt for Mo. Unlike the previous book, this story takes place almost entirely within the Inkworld, and it is a fantastic place. I wanted so badly to visit, even with all the danger involved. And I fell a little bit in love with most of the characters, most especially the impulsive Farid. And oh, I was so happy to already have the third book on hand to start immediately after this one. Some may find Inkheart a little slow, but Inkspell is anything but. So much fun.

A note on the audio: Fraser made this book come alive. I knew he was a talented narrator, but he made me want to stay in my car longer just to hear what happened next. I laughed, I cried, I squealed in delight. Now I’m sad because he’s only read two books and I’ve listened to them both. I guess I need to watch more of his movies.

  1. I watched the movie Inkheart and even though I’m a big Brendan Fraser fan, I was not impressed. The books are still worthwhile, though?

    • Inkheart the movie has very little to do with Inkheart the book. They changed SO many things about the plot, particularly the ending. And I will admit that Inkheart is a little slow at times but Inkspell and Inkdeath are amazing.

  2. I’ve been wondering about these books. Thanks for the review.

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