Summary:In the final volume of the trilogy, Meggie is determined to save her father. Having escaped from the evil clutches of the Adderhead, whom is now immortal, Mo is finding himself getting deeper and deeper into the role of the Bluejay.
As he and the Black Prince continue to fight against the Adderhead’s reign of despair, more troubles are brewing within the Inkword. Mortorla is back and finds alliance in an old friend. Farid has yet to revive Dustfinger and is neglecting Meggie’s feelings. Fengolio has lost his ability to write, as Orpheus starts writing more devastating trails with Fengolio’s words. With everything falling apart in the Inkworld, Meggie’s desires to leave become more urgent…Too bad that it’s too late.
Who will like this book?: If you liked the first two of the trilogy, you’re bound to like this one. If you haven’t, then the Inkworld trilogy is meant for dreamers, who see the impossible and make it real. There’s plenty of fantasy, a good love plot, and viciousness within the heroes and villains alike.
If you like this, you should try: Ella Enchanted by Gail Levine, Goose Girlby Shannon Hale, anything by Dianna Wynne Jones, The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis, Faerie Wars by Herbie Brennan, and Maximum Ride by James Patterson.
Recommended by: ZZ, Fairfield resident and avid reader