History Literature / TheInkworldTrilogy

11th Apr '16 1:14:27 PM Berrenta
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* DreamsOfFlying: Because his mother took the form of a swift while she was pregnant with him, [[spoiler: Resa's son]] dreams of flying like a bird with his mother. The dreams are so realistic he sometimes can't tell them from reality.
13th May '15 6:01:26 PM trekwars42
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* ShapeShifter: Death, Mortola, [[spoiler: Resa]], and her unnamed son at the very end.

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* ShapeShifter: Death, Mortola, [[spoiler: Mortola]], [[spoiler: Resa]], and her [[spoiler: unnamed son son]] at the very end.
13th May '15 5:58:08 PM trekwars42
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** Shown in-universe with Orpheus [[spoiler: making changes to the Inkworld as he sees fit.]]
13th May '15 5:55:13 PM trekwars42
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* PalsWithJesus: Dustinger is pals with the White Ladies.

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* PalsWithJesus: Dustinger is and Mo are pals with the White Ladies.Women.
13th May '15 5:53:18 PM trekwars42
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** The robbers and strolling players in the Inkworld.
13th May '15 5:29:02 PM trekwars42
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** Nearly happens to [[spoiler: Mo in the dungeons of the Castle in the Lake]]
13th May '15 5:22:57 PM trekwars42
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* CameBackWrong: Cosimo.

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* CameBackWrong: Cosimo.[[spoiler: Cosimo and Basta.]]
13th May '15 5:18:13 PM trekwars42
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* BackFromTheDead: [[spoiler: Dustfinger]] exchanged his life for [[spoiler: Farid's]] to bring him back from the dead. Later Mo got [[spoiler: Dustfinger]] back from the dead. Cosmo as well, although it's a copy of him. Unfortunately averted with Capricorn.

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* BackFromTheDead: [[spoiler: Dustfinger]] exchanged his life for [[spoiler: Farid's]] to bring him back from the dead. Later Mo got [[spoiler: Dustfinger]] back from the dead. Cosmo Cosimo as well, although it's a copy of him. Unfortunately averted with Capricorn.
13th May '15 5:11:56 PM trekwars42
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* AdaptationSpeciesChange: In TheFilmOfTheBook, Dustfinger's horned martin was changed to a ferret. Because, well, [[CaptainObvious horned martins don't exist]].

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* AdaptationSpeciesChange: In TheFilmOfTheBook, Dustfinger's horned martin marten was changed to a ferret. Because, well, [[CaptainObvious horned martins martens don't exist]].
5th Apr '15 7:24:55 PM Discar
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''Inkheart'': Twelve-year-old Meggie learns that her father, who repairs and binds books for a living, can "read" fictional characters to life when one of those characters abducts them and Meggie's bibliophile aunt and tries to force him into service. Meggie has had her father to herself since her mother went away when she was young. Mo taught her to read when she was five, and the two share a mutual love of books. When she was three, he read aloud from [[TitleDrop a book called ''Inkheart'']] and released characters into the real world. At the same time, [[spoiler: Meggie's mother disappeared into the story]].

''Inkspell'': From the jacket summary: "Although a year has passed, not a day goes by without Meggie thinking of ''Inkheart'', the book whose characters came to life--and changed her life forever. But for Dustfinger, the fire-eater brought into being from words, the need to return to the original tale has become desperate. When he finds a crooked storyteller with the magical ability to read him back, Dustfinger leaves his apprentice Farid and plunges into the medieval Inkscape once more. Distraught, Farid goes in search of Meggie, and before long both are caught inside the book, too. There they meet ''Inkheart''’s author, Fenoglio, now living within his own story. But the tale is much changed, and threatening to evolve in ways none of them could ever have imagined. Meggie, Farid, and Fenoglio try to “write” the wrongs of the charmed world, but their story may be on the brink of a very bad ending."

''Inkdeath'': "Ever since the enchanted book ''Inkheart'' drew Meggie and her family into its chapters, life in the Inkworld has been more tragic than magical. Under the rule of the evil Adderhead, the fairy-tale land is in bloody chaos, its characters far beyond the control of Fenoglio, their author. Meggie is struggling with dilemmas of love, her father has become an outlaw, and [[spoiler:her mother faces having to raise a child in the dangerous Inkworld]]. Even Elinor, left behind in the real world, believes her family to be lost--lost between the covers of a book. [[spoiler: Dustfinger]] is dead, the Adderhead is [[spoiler: immortal]], and Orpheus steadily grows more powerful and dangerous. Facing the threat of eternal winter, Mo makes a dangerous deal with Death itself to bring back [[spoiler: Dustfinger]] from the land of the dead and send the Adderhead there in return. There yet remains a faint hope of changing the cursed story."

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''Inkheart'': Twelve-year-old Meggie learns that her father, who repairs and binds books for a living, can "read" fictional characters to life when one of those characters abducts them and Meggie's bibliophile aunt and tries to force him into service. Meggie has had her father to herself since her mother went away when she was young. Mo taught her to read when she was five, and the two share a mutual love of books. When she was three, he read aloud from [[TitleDrop a book called ''Inkheart'']] and released characters into the real world. At the same time, [[spoiler: Meggie's mother disappeared into the story]].

''Inkspell'': From the jacket summary: "Although a year has passed, not a day goes by without Meggie thinking of ''Inkheart'', the book whose characters came to life--and changed her life forever. But for Dustfinger, the fire-eater brought into being from words, the need to return to the original tale has become desperate. When he finds a crooked storyteller with the magical ability to read him back, Dustfinger leaves his apprentice Farid and plunges into the medieval Inkscape once more. Distraught, Farid goes in search of Meggie, and before long both are caught inside the book, too. There they meet ''Inkheart''’s author, Fenoglio, now living within his own story. But the tale is much changed, and threatening to evolve in ways none of them could ever have imagined. Meggie, Farid, and Fenoglio try to “write” the wrongs of the charmed world, but their story may be on the brink of a very bad ending."

''Inkdeath'': "Ever since the enchanted book ''Inkheart'' drew Meggie and her family into its chapters, life in the Inkworld has been more tragic than magical. Under the rule of the evil Adderhead, the fairy-tale land is in bloody chaos, its characters far beyond the control of Fenoglio, their author. Meggie is struggling with dilemmas of love, her father has become an outlaw, and [[spoiler:her mother faces having to raise a child in the dangerous Inkworld]]. Even Elinor, left behind in the real world, believes her family to be lost--lost between the covers of a book. [[spoiler: Dustfinger]] is dead, the Adderhead is [[spoiler: immortal]], and Orpheus steadily grows more powerful and dangerous. Facing the threat of eternal winter, Mo makes a dangerous deal with Death itself to bring back [[spoiler: Dustfinger]] from the land of the dead and send the Adderhead there in return. There yet remains a faint hope of changing the cursed story."
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