The inkworld held me spellbound to the end. Rarely have I read such a thrilling and satisfying conclusion to a trilogy. The Adderhead and the Piper are definitely up there with Sauron and Saruman among the most evil adversaries of all time, but even the smallest characters all have a distinctive voice and character. Beware, this is not a light-hearted children's book, but shows a mature understanding of what makes men evil and the touch choices we all make in trying to do the right thing. Highest compliments also to the reader, who does an amazing job of giving every character a believable voice and who held me spellbound along with the story. Highly highly recommended for fantasy fans - and the best part - 2 of the evil characters are still alive at the end, leaving room for a sequel, which will come soon I hope!! (are you reading this Cornelia?)
Found this a very entertaining conclusion but will miss the characters a great deal after listening to the entire series. Thanks for a wonderful adventure in light hearted reading.
yes, the fist two book in the Inkhart trilogy were a loot beater. I have no doubt the can wright good stores.
This third novel in the series is a disappointment, story-wise. We have been engrossed in the story (first two volumes) and were SO looking forward to the third. Too bleak. Too depressing.