Inkspell

by Cornelia Funke | Children's Books |
ISBN: 1904442838 Global Overview for this book
Registered by sadogs of Telford , Shropshire United Kingdom on 6/17/2006
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7 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by sadogs from Telford , Shropshire United Kingdom on Saturday, June 17, 2006
A sequel in the Inkheart trilogy - I enjoyed Inkheart so I'm sure this will be just as captivating. A story about books and stories.

Journal Entry 2 by sadogs from Telford , Shropshire United Kingdom on Friday, July 07, 2006
I am starting an international bookring for this book. It will remain open even when I've sent it off. If you'd like to join in or change any postal/order preferences, please feel free to PM me. Some quick guidelines before we get started:

1. Please write a journal entry when you receive the book, so we know it's arrived safe and sound.

2. Please try to pass the book along within a month. If you need to keep it longer for any reason, just send me a PM or post a journal entry. I don't want to rush anybody, but I do appreciate being kept in the loop.

3. When you finish the book, please make a journal entry to let us know that it has been mailed.

4. Most importantly: happy reading!

This is the current order of sending

Ragsrobin - Norway
bookmaniac70 -Bulgaria
Mary-T - Germany
Xeyra - Portugal
blufenix211 - Brunei
Indygo88 - USA
esq228 - USA
MandyJo - USA------> book is here



Journal Entry 3 by mirthful from Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag fylke Norway on Wednesday, August 09, 2006
Arrived in the post a couple of days ago, but I've had problems getting access to the bookcrossing site...

Anyway, looking very much foreward to reading this - it's next on my list after I finish my current read (though that's kind of thick, so it might take a couple of days).

Journal Entry 4 by mirthful from Trondheim, Sør-Trøndelag fylke Norway on Friday, August 25, 2006
It was nice to "see" Dustfinger, Farid, Mo and Meggie again, but I somehow didn't get as engaged in the story this time. Still, I'm definitely in line for book 3 - got to see how it all ends!

The book's on its way to bookmaniac70 as of this afternoon.

Journal Entry 5 by bookmaniac70 from София / Sofia, Sofiya Bulgaria on Monday, September 04, 2006
The book is here. It comes with another bookring book,so I`m not sure which one will go first.I`m curious to see how this magic story continues:-)).

Journal Entry 6 by bookmaniac70 from София / Sofia, Sofiya Bulgaria on Saturday, September 23, 2006
Started reading.

Journal Entry 7 by bookmaniac70 from София / Sofia, Sofiya Bulgaria on Thursday, September 28, 2006
Well,I missed the real magic of the first book,I confess;the story was interesting but not so absorbing.I was a bit surprised to see Dustfinger in a new light here but I was glad because I didn`t like him very much in the first book.Also I liked the love story between Meggie and Farid.The most interesting for me was the question of creating a life for the characters,of manipulating their destiny,of playing with their feelings.So,Fenoglio was more ambivalent figure in this sequel and seems like he was defeated by the same fiction people he created in his books.

Thanks a lot for the opportunity to read that book,I will definitely be in the line for the third one:-))!

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Sent to Mary-T in Germany.

Journal Entry 9 by Mary-T from Bretzfeld, Baden-Württemberg Germany on Tuesday, October 31, 2006
Inkspell arrived safely. Thanks, bookmaniac70 :)
Although I can't wait to read this - there are other rings in the queue as well... I'll try to be fast!

19.11.06
Well - I was really looking forward to read this since I enjoyed reading the first part so much. But in fact I'm somehow disappointed. The story didn't grab me this time and it really took me long to get through it, and now that I finished it I'm not really satisfied with the story at all. I think I will end the trilogy here for myself.
Nevertheless I'm grateful that I had the oppertunity to read this. Thanks :)

--> I will send the book on Monday to the next participant

Journal Entry 10 by Xeyra from Seixal, Setúbal Portugal on Wednesday, December 06, 2006
The book arrived today. Looking forward to reading it. I'll try to pass it along in a timely fashion, but I'm kinda swamped up with readings at the moment. I'll let you know if I need a little longer to finish it. Thank you for this bookring. I loved the first one so I really want to read its sequel.

Journal Entry 11 by Xeyra from Seixal, Setúbal Portugal on Wednesday, January 17, 2007
I'm sorry, I haven't finished this book yet. I've been reading it very slowly but have another one I'm trying to get read first, so I'm going to ask to hold it for a while longer. I promise to try and move it before long, but it's a big book and I'm being a bit of a slow reader lately. But I really want to read this book because I loved the first in the series so much, so I hope the organizer doesn't mind me keeping it with me for a few more weeks. Thanks.

Journal Entry 12 by Xeyra from Seixal, Setúbal Portugal on Wednesday, July 04, 2007
I'm really, really immensely sorry for having retained this book for so long. I've contacted Indygo88 for her address and will be mailing the book this Friday, at long last.

Journal Entry 13 by indygo88 from Lafayette, Indiana USA on Friday, July 13, 2007
Arrived in my mailbox yesterday! I'm way backed up w/ bookrings currently, so I apologize ahead of time, as I know I'll be keeping this a bit longer than is typical for me. Rest assured, it will get read & passed along....

9/3/07 -- Starting book today.

Journal Entry 14 by indygo88 from Lafayette, Indiana USA on Thursday, September 20, 2007
Looks like I'm with the majority here. I'd have to say I was a bit disappointed with this one. I found that it was along the same caliber as Inkheart -- a great idea, but just not developed as well as it could've been. I was a little surprised when I read all the great Amazon reviews. Perhaps the book loses a little in the English translation (or perhaps that's me wanting to give the benefit of the doubt), but I really thought the writing was not all that great, even if it is directed toward a young adult audience. I did like Dustfinger much better in this 2nd book (his character seemed quite different this time around), but found Elinor very annoying. I was also annoyed by the way many of the characters talked to themselves in a condescending way. Hard to describe, but it did get on my nerves. I thought the ending was kind of rushed also. Overall, the book just left me rather unsatisfied.

However, despite all that, I continue to be a sucker for series books, and I will undoubtedly read the 3rd and last in the trilogy, which I believe is to be titled "Inkdeath".

I've thus far been unsuccessful in getting a reply from esq228. I'll give it another day or two & if I still have no reply, this will be off to MandaJo!

Journal Entry 15 by indygo88 from Lafayette, Indiana USA on Friday, September 21, 2007
Still no response from esq228, so I'm shipping it off today to MandaJo. Happy travels! :')

Journal Entry 16 by MandaJo from Plymouth, Minnesota USA on Tuesday, May 20, 2008
This one has been found after much digging and sorting. Now to determine where it should be headed to next... (fabulous book, by the way...)

Journal Entry 17 by MandaJo from Plymouth, Minnesota USA on Tuesday, May 27, 2008
I love these books. Can't wait for the next one. Have not heard anything from sadogs as to where this should go next. I will wait a while longer before maybe passing it along to someone who has it on their wishlist or sometihng.

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