inkheart-trilogy

No but, it was ages since I read the Inkheart trilogy, I know, but it did have this one aspect that always fascinated me, even as a kid (I mean it had more than one but I’m focusing on one)

and that was this whole thing with an author having to face his characters. which is completely unbelievable in our world and of course impossible, but really, who would like to meet their characters? A lot of people might say yes but really, I don’t think a lot of people would want to. If the characters knew everything you had put them through for your own and other people’s amusement? It’d be awful! And this a thing that’s explored there, and I always loved it. Because it’s an idea we can play with. And since I have always loved writing, it was a fascinating concept. 

Tea’s Top 5 Young Adult Book Series

The following book series’s all managed to pique my interest in some way, and have stayed with me, years since I first picked up the first book.

  1. The Inkheart Trilogy by Cornelia Funke
  2. A Series of Unfortunate Events by Lemony Snicket
  3. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
  4. Maximum Ride by James Patterson 
  5. The Books of Pellinor by Allison Croggon

He still had the most beautiful eyes of any boy she’d ever seen. But now her heart beat so much faster for someone else.

I was so happy when Meggie chose Doria in the end. Although I felt a bit sorry for Farid, he can be annoying, and to be honest, I just loved that part about Fenoglio’s unpublished story with grown-up Doria and his wife who came from somewhere far away. :“>