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The Ingo Chronicles is a collection of books based on the adventures in the underwater world, Ingo written by Helen Dunmore. Explore the beauty and diversity of Ingo with Sapphire and Conor Trewhella, and others but hold your breath as you will encounter dark secrets of Ingo, the deep and more.
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Special Pages. There are five books in the Ingo Pentalogy, the first four books are shown in the slideshow above and is the original storyline of the original characters, Sapphire and Conor Trewhella. Here are the books labelled below as well as the spin-off:. Ingo 2. The Tide Knot 3. The Deep 4. The Crossing of Ingo. The Main Characters. Sapphire Trewhella. Conor Trewhella. Mathew Trewhella III. Granny Carne. Morveren Trevail. Jenna Trevail. Bran Helyer.
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Start a Wiki. They were 12 and 14 when their own journey to Ingo begun. Categories :. I agree with you that faro is a bit overprotective but I actually think that Connor or even the mom might be more overprotective then them.
The Ingo series by Helen Dunmore
Review I was captivated by the idea of Stormswept by Helen Dunmore when it was published earlier this month. Although Stormswept is the first in a new series of Ingo Chronicles I quickly decided that I could not read it until I had first taken a look at the preceding Ingo set of novels by Helen. I had no idea that these four novels — Ingo , The Tide Knot , The Deep and The Crossing Of Ingo — would enchant me to such an extent that I read the series in a week, with the majority taking only a day to complete. The novels are aimed at Young Adults but if there is a little bit of you that imagines a world beneath the waves, populated by Mer men and women, whales that understand the deepest mysteries of the oceans, dolphins with intellect and spirit enough to play, and the mysteries and dangers that mark the crossing of childhood into adulthood, then the Ingo series will not fail you, no matter your age.
No catches, no fine print just unconditional book loving for your children with their favourites saved to their own digital bookshelf. Written by Helen Dunmore. Part of the The Ingo Chronicles Series. This is the first of the Ingo quartet. Helen Dunmore has done what few authors succeed in doing. One that makes you want to be there more than anything else, one that is both spellbinding and magical. Ingo is a world in which you will be totally entranced and entrapped.
Ingo is a mermaid who is lost, and she has a flashback of her sister, Sapphire Sapphy remembering her father, Mathew Trewhella, showing her the carved Zennor mermaid, who was slashed with a knife a long time ago by an angry human. She had been in love with a human man who eventually swam away with her and became Mer. By an apparent coincidence, the truant man has exactly the same name as Sapphy's father. He is apparently her ancestor. Sapphy is haunted by her father's disappearance because he does not come back from the cove after an argument with her mother.