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Meggie, now a young lady, knows nothing of her father's bizarre and powerful talent, only that Mo still refuses to read to her. Capricorn, a being so evil he would "feed a bird to a cat on purpose, just to watch it being torn apart," has searched for Meggie's father for years, wanting to twist Mo's powerful talent to his own dark means. Finally, Capricorn realizes that the best way to lure Mo to his remote mountain hideaway is to use his beloved, oblivious daughter Meggie as bait!
Cornelia Funkes imaginative ode to books and book lovers is sure to be enjoyed by fans of her breakout debut, The Thief Lord, and young readers who enjoyed the similarly themed The Great Good Thing by Roderick Townley. (Ages 10 to 15) --Jennifer Hubert
I recommend this book to anyone who can read. :)
A wonderful mix of fantasy, humor, bittersweet stories, and adventure, INKHEART pulls you in just as well as Mo can pull characters out of books.
Some books are good for their characters, but I felt the charcters were dry and very little of their actions seemed thought out.
Lovely story. Not very exciting but had a nice ending. It was a bit slow in the middle but overall a good read.Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Not as good as the Mirrorworld Books.
haven't got to read the other 2 so cant say much
One of my favorite books ! I love the passion for books this author has. A fun read that I could read a hundred times and never get bored with.Published 12 days ago by orthella croft
Inkheart is a must-read for all those who love adventure, evil villians, and big books! I am a person who can read about a 2-3 hundred page book (given the time) in a day. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bobbye Sue Barrett
Bought as a present; didn't read, but recipient was absolutely blown away (unexpectedly, I might add). I hear good things about the series. Definitely a great buy.Published 1 month ago by Ham
A major mind-spinning, page-turning, jolt to the reading senses! Funke's words have the ability to draw readers in like Mo and Meggie can pull characters out of stories. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Delon Nickels