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Tinker Bell is a preexisting fictional character from J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan, who had been accidentally read into the real world by Meggie Folchart while she was reading the said story aloud.[1]

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She was read out of Peter Pan by Meggie Folchart, and caught by Basta when he enters the room. Basta puts her in a jug inside his house.[1]

[...], a book with five hundred blank pages. [...]: as long as that book exists you will be immortal. Nothing will be able to kill you, no disease, no weapons - as long as the book remains intact.
Meggie Folchart,
Inkspell, Ch. 59 - The Adderhead

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Tinker Bell is, traditionally, a small pixie with blonde hair. She usually is seen wearing a green dress.

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  • When asked what happened to Tinker Bell after the events in Inkheart, Cornelia Funke admitted she cannot give a clear answer, as she put "Stories don't reveal all their secrets to the writer!"[3]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Inkheart, Ch. 38 - A Quiet Voice
  2. Inkheart, Ch. 20 - Snakes and Thorns
  3. Ask the Author: Cornelia Funke, question ID# 658261 - Goodreads