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Inkdeath (2008)


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LocationCall NumberItem Status
Kids' FictionY/FICTION/FUNKE,CAvailable
Kids' FictionY/FICTION/FUNKE,CAvailable
Published: New York : Chicken House/Scholastic Inc., 2008
Edition:  First American edition
Description:  683 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780439866286, 0439866286,
Language:  English

"Cover, map, and chapter-head illustrations ... by Carol Lawson"--Copyright p

Sequel to Inkspell

As Bluejay--Mo's fictitious double--tries to keep the Book of Immortality from unraveling, Adderhead kidnaps all the children in the kingdom, asking for Bluejay's surrender or the children will be doomed to slavery in the silver mines



Map of the Inkworld -- Summaries of Inkheart and Inkspell -- Nothing but a dog and a sheet of paper -- Only a village -- Written silver -- Ink-clothes -- Fenoglio feels sorry for himself -- Sad Ombra -- A dangerous visit -- Roxane's pain -- A giveaway -- As if nothing had happened -- Sick with longing -- Back in the service of Orpheus -- A knife through the heart -- News from Ombra -- Loud words, soft words -- The piper's offer -- The wong fear -- A dangerous ally -- Soldiers' hands -- A sleepless night -- Sharp words -- Taking the bait -- The graveyard of the strolling players -- To blame -- The end and the beginning -- A familiar voice -- Lost and back again -- A new song -- A visitor to Orpheus's cellar -- Sootbird's fire -- The Bluejay's answer -- At last -- Herbs for Her Ugliness -- Burnt words -- The next verse -- A surprising visitor -- Only a magpie -- A greeting to the piper -- Stolen children -- A new cage -- Pictures from the ashes -- An audience with the Adderhead -- Four berries -- The hand of death -- Written and unwritten -- The castle in the lake -- The role of women -- Waiting

Masters new and old -- Lazy old man -- The wrong helpers -- The dead men in the forest -- Human nests -- The white whispering -- The weong time -- Fire and darkness -- Too late? -- Help from mountains far away -- The Bluejay's angels -- Mother and son -- Clothed and unclothed -- Black -- Ah, Fenoglio! -- Light -- Made visible -- Love disguised as hate -- The other name -- Back -- The Adderhead's bedchamber -- Burning words -- The bookbinder -- So many tears -- The other side -- The night-mare -- The book -- White night -- Over -- Staked on the wrong card -- Leaving -- Ombra -- Later -- An A-Z of the Inkworld -- Acknowledgments -- About the author

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Additional Credits:
Bell, Anthea.

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