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Cornelia Funke - Inkheart Trilogy

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[center]t2_PDUAIh_JTH8l_Mdbd_B24_FDBM0_Q0k4_Z_3h [b] Cornelia Funke - Inkheart Trilogy Unabridged AudioBook | 2013 | Genre: Fantasy | English | ISBN-13: N/A | M4B 64Kb | Collection | 2.39 GB [/b] [/center] [B]Inkheart[/B] In Inkheart, the twelve-year-old, Meggie, discovers that her father Mortimer, a professional bookbinder, has the unusual ability to transfer characters from books into the real world when he reads aloud - they call those with this ability "Silvertongue". Scared by his own talents, Mo once brought four characters of a book entitled Inkheart to life while reading from the novel, including Dustfinger, his pet marten Gwin; Capricorn, the book's villain; and Basta, Capricorn's right-hand man - in bitter exchange of his wife Teresa (later known as Resa), who disappeared without a trace into the so-called Inkworld of the book. After many years Dustfinger returns to pay Meggie and her father a visit, advising them to flee the country to escape Capricorn and his followers who are in search of Mo and his Inkheart copy. The three of them eventually leave to hide at Meggie's great-aunt Elinor's house in Northern Italy but end up being dragged off by Basta and his companions to the near village of Capricorn where Mo is forced to read both treasure and Meggie as his hostage summons out the fabled monster known as "The Shadow" out of the book. Soon Meggie discovers she has the same talent as her father, and with the help of Inkheart author Fenoglio, her re-read mother, and 1001 Arabian Nights character Farid she helps kill Capricorn and his entourage with the power of her reading talent. [B]Inkspell[/B] A year has passed, but not a day goes by without Meggie thinking of Inkheart, a book that has characters that come to life. Resa is back, but she has become mute. The fire-eater, Dustfinger, wants to go back to his wife, Roxanne and his daughters-who are in the story. When he finds a crazy, self- absorbed psycho storyteller, Orpheus, who can read him back into the book, he goes into the pages, but Orpheus doesn't read Farid back into the book like he was supposed to, because he leaves the name "boy" out. Soon Farid convinces Meggie to read him into the book so he can warn Dustfinger of Basta, and then becomes his apprentice once more. But this time, Meggie has figured out how to read herself and Farid into the book Inkheart. Suddenly, Mortola, Basta, Orpheus, and sugar AKA " the man built like a wardrobe" barge into Elinor's house, and take Mo, Resa, Elinor, and Darius prisoner, while Meggie and Farid have no idea what is happening in the other world. Orpheus reads Basta, Mortola, Mo, and Resa into Inkheart. Mortola gets a modern rifle, and shoots Mo, thinking that she has killed him and just leaves. However, Mo survived the shot. Resa discovers that her voice has come back to her. Resa and Mo are hiding with the strolling players, but now they have discovered that the injured Mo is the mysterious gentleman-robber, the "Bluejay", created by Fenoglio, the Inkweaver's words. Fenoglio is now living within his own story and he makes Meggie read Cosimo the Fair back into the story since he died, Meggie being kissed by Farid shortly after. Now the Adderhead is out to get him, and he is just waiting to hang him, or kill his family in front of him. Mo and Resa are captured, and Mo is unable to escape because of his fatal wound. Meggie, Resa, and Mo all end up in the Adderhead's castle (the Castle of Night), while Meggie has made a bargain with the Adderhead that she will bind him a book of immortality if he lets Meggie, Resa, Mo, and the other strolling players he has captured go. What doesn't tell the prince is that if three words are written in the book-heart, spell, death-the Adderhead will die instantly. In the meanwhile, Farid and Dustfinger have snuck into the castle using soot that causes invisibility, created by a combination of fire and water. Meggie and Farid fall in love. Farid is later killed by Basta, one of Capricorn's old followers, and then Mo kills him. Later, Dustfinger summons the White Women to bring Farid back to life, sacrificing himself. Roxanne, Dustfinger's wife, realizes this and is furious at Farid for taking away her love, but is powerless to do anything. Meggie reads Orpheus into the story using Fenoglio's words, although Orpheus refuses to believe that she reads him into the book. Farid agrees to work for Orpheus as a servant if he writes something to bring Dustfinger back to life. But Farid wonders, will he live up to the agreement and will Dustfinger ever come back? [B]Inkdeath[/B] Farid is the servant of Orpheus, and has been trying to convince the man to bring Dustfinger back from the dead. Orpheus agrees to read him back, but under one condition: Mo takes his place in death. Mo summons the White Women using words that Orpheus copied from Inkheart, and they bring him to the world of the dead, causing much commotion amongst those around him. In the world of the dead, Mo meets Death herself, and Death bargains with Mo. Mo must bring the Adderhead to death before Spring comes or Meggie and himself will die. The vicious herald of the Silver Prince and the servant of the Milksop, King of Ombra, where the characters are staying, kidnaps all of the children in the town and threatens to bring them to work to death at the silver mines. But Mo is returned to the world of the living with Dustfinger as well, and the two hatch a plan. Mo "The Bluejay" turns himself in to the Piper as his prisoner in exchange for the children, who are hidden by the Black Prince and his men in a cave. Violante, the Adderhead's daughter rescues him and brings him to the castle by the lake, where she used to live, because she wants the Bluejay to kill the Adderhead by writing the three words in the White Book, which Mo promised to heal, because he sabotaged it, and the Adderhead was rotting alive, in exchange for the children. The Adderhead goes after her while sending the Milksop after the children. The Black Prince however, learns of the Milksop's march, and moves the children to a giant tree in the forest, said to be a stronghold against giants, that was written by Fenoglio. They are attacked, but Meggie reads a Giantess out of Fenoglio's words, and they are able to fend them off, and kill Sootbird, the fire-eater who took Dustfinger's place. At the castle, the Adderhead's men followed a secret passage to the inside, and Violante's child-soldiers get slaughtered, the BlueJay captured, and Dustfinger killed by a Night-Mare conjured up by Orpheus, who is now the Adderheads servant. Resa shape-shifts into a swift, using magical seeds that were used by Mortola to shape-shift, before she was killed by the Adderheads men, and searches for the white book along with Dustfinger, who came back to life again. Dustfinger pretends to betray Mo, to earn the Piper's trust, but really was leading the Adderhead on in an elaborate plan with Bluejay and Violante. Under the Piper's supervision, Mo works on a new White Book, to replace the Adderhead's, as slowly as possible, for it is plain that the book should never be finished. The Adderhead's grandson, Jacopo, steals the White Book from the Adderhead and secretly hands it to Mo. Mo writes the three words and the Adderhead dies. A short skirmish takes place, Dustfinger kills the Night-Mare, and Resa and Mo kill the Piper. Meanwhile, the Adderhead's bodyguard Thumbling, steals all of the Adderheads possessions and takes off. The last part of the book explains that Orpheus runs away to the cold mountains, Farid goes traveling as a fire-dancer, Meggie instead stays with Doria and rejects Farid. Resa gives birth to a child and it is a boy. The child tells the story in the last chapter and he wishes he could see the world where his father, mother and sister were born in as he thinks it is much more exciting than his own, because of the stories told to him by Elinor, who was read along with Darius into the book earlier on. The boy and Resa both turn into birds every few night, as a side-effect of the seeds, but all in all it is assumed that the entire surviving cast lives happily forever after in Ombra, with Violante as their queen. [b]Download Link[/b]

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