Inkdeath - chapters 31-35 Summary & Analysis

Cornelia Funke
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chapters 31-35 Summary

In chapter thirty-one, Resa writes a declaration for Mortimer. The Bluejay intends to give himself up in exchange for the children. She hates the idea, but no one can come up with a better idea in order to save them. She also continues to feel very guilty for putting her husband in danger in the first place, and shares his concern for the children of Ombra, despite the risks it presents to her husband. Meggie asks her father to take her along with him when he is taken prisoner, but he refuses, as it is too dangerous, and there is no reason the Adderhead would keep her alive.

In chapter thirty-two, Darius tries to read a passage he's written to put him and Elinor in the book Inkheart. Suddenly, they find themselves in the middle of the city, and are quickly...

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