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“Hey this is a good book about a young girl who goes into a book... well read the rest for your self!”see full review » see other reviews »
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“Cornelia Funke ought to be hanged for literary treason. How she so thoroughly ruined the wonderful ideas behind this book is beyond me.
“In this splendid Funke's book the conflict starts when the main character, Mo, reads the book Inkheart the villains of the book come to the real world and, in return, Mo's wife goes to the book. The plot's final is elaborated with unexpected events that raise the reader to a high level of imagination.”Camila Pereto wrote this review 6 days ago. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“It was ok but kind of confusing”Justin Appleby wrote this review 9 days ago. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Beautifully written. fantasy lovers this is your book!”Pandalover512 wrote this review 3 weeks ago. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“This is a very good book so far”Payton wrote this review 3 weeks ago. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“I chose this book for the category about mystery. because I has read at the back and I think it is really cool. I will tell you about a brief summary of this book.
This book is about a reader name Mo Folchart he can bring character from the inkheart book to life and by the way he is also in the inkheart book. He have one child called Meggie. Her mother got sucked into this book and they are trying to find a way to bring her mother out.There is this guy just appeared in Meggie's house named Dustfinger he is also a fire dancer. There is this evil guy called Cappricorn he is a guy that tells people to bring back an inkheart if they didn't bring it on time then they will got killed. That is it I don't want to tell more than this or else it is not a surprise I hope you find this book interesting. ”
“Inkheart is a book about a girl who lives with her dad who says that her mom mysteriously disappeared years ago. But when a strange man starts to show up at her house and is asking her dad to "send him back" she starts to wonder what is really going on. Another great book I would recommend it to anyone who likes mysterious books with some action.”Jackson Myhre wrote this review 4 weeks ago. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Mo (short for Mortimer) and Meggie, father and daughter live peacefully, when Dustfinger (an old colleague of Mo) returns and brings back some dark memories. He tells of an evil rising called Capricorn and Capricorn's men are hunting for Mo. So, now Mo, Meggie and Dustfinger move to Elinor's house, Mo's-aunt-in-law. But danger is still lurking and all of a sudden a frightening thing happens; Mo is kidnapped by Capricorn's men and their leader Basta. Now the
remaining Dustfinger, Meggie and Elinor have to go south to help Mo. They are successful in reaching Capricorn's village, but are captured. Then, Meggie and Elinor come to know why Dustfinger has nicknamed Mo Silvertongue. Mo, who has the ability to bring characters to life out of books had read Capricorn, Capricorn's men and Dustfinger out of the book Inkheart. Meggie and Elinor see the ability come true the next day, when Mo reads out and brings to life real gold from Treasure Island and Alladin. They escape safely and Elinor returns home. But afterwards, Mo is out to set things right. He has to and does find the writer of Inkheart, Fenoglio. Mo has some business with Fenoglio. He asks Elinor to come back, but in this time Meggie and Fenoglio get captured.
Such breathtaking things are going to happen, you cannot even imagine. SPECTACULAR!, FABULOUS! BREATHTAKING! If you've got to read a book it's got to be this one.”
“It's a really great fantasy with lots of action, suspense, fighting, and if you can detect it, ROMANCE!! My kind of book. -10”Lisa Cowan wrote this review Monday, October 28, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“What kid does not love imagining what they read. This book takes it to another level. Imagining what you are reading about imagining what you are reading comes to life. This book seems to be a dream come true for those older elementary kids who love books. Whatever they read becomes reality in their mind, and reading about the power of words and reading in this book should empower them to read even more. ”Jordan Fontenot wrote this review Thursday, October 24, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No