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Inkheart Trilogy

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YES!

I read inkheart and inkdeath, but I really want to have a real ink and paper book instead of kindle books so I still haven't got inkspell.

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Gah, didn't know there were other books. It was gifted last year for Chrissie, I read a bit of it (Like, 160 pages) and then lost it D:. Then my brain figured out it was in the bookcase xd.png.

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Read 'em all... loved 'em. I had read Dragon Rider first and found InkHeart by accident one day while searching for more books... at first it didn't connect that it was the same writer but when it did I knew that my find wasn't just an accident. I bought the book and look, here I am, after four year after reading the last book, that I found this thread... and somewhere there used to be a similar one now disappeared it seems, which is fine- don't yell at me for that there mishap.

 

The one character I liked, who originally confused me to no end in InkHeart through the first time meeting them is.... (insert dramatic drumroll here* .... Dustfinger! xd.png bet no one expected that!

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I loved the Inkheart Trilogy.

To this day, Inkheart is one of my favorite books. I feel like Meggie because I have a trunk full of books that are solely mine, and I geek out at the library.

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I loved these books, I read them a few years ago. I really should reread them though, I hardly remember more than bits and pieces.

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I'm rEading ink heart right now, so far it's getting good.

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I love this trilogy! The movie of it wasn't even *too* bad. haha.

 

I remember being vaguely disappointed by the ending of the last book, but cannot recall why specifically.

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Absolutely love this series, I own all the books in one mega thick volume. Kinda disappointed in the movie they made, I don't think it did the books justice, but most don't. I just really love the uniqueness of the characters, especially Dustfinger.

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I read these books in middle school, I think. Possibly earlier. I totally had a crush on Dustfinger.

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