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Inkheart (Inkheart Trilogy)

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Inkheart (Inkheart Trilogy).pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    Cornelia Funke(Author)

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From the author of the sensational New York Times bestseller The Thief Lord comes a thrilling new adventure about magic and self-discovery.

Meggie lives a quiet life alone with her father, a bookbinder. But her father has a deep secret--he possesses an extraordinary magical power. One day a mysterious stranger arrives who seems linked to her father's past. Who is this sinister character and what does he want? Suddenly Meggie is involved in a breathless game of escape and intrigue as her father's life is put in danger. Will she be able to save him in time?

Includes an excerpt from Inkspell, the sequel to Inkheart, read by Brendan Fraser.

Some books are destined to be lifelong treasured possessions. Inkheart by Cornelia Funke, the bestselling German author of The Thief Lord, could easily lay claim to being such a book. It is a meaty, magical adventure that oozes a passion for books and the awesome power of words on a page, written by an author who clearly adores stories. Every chapter is introduced by tempting quotations from classic novels that whet your appetite for more and help underline the terrific heritage of children's literature that Inkheart is added to.

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Supported Devices Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch.
# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes

Book details

  • PDF | 14 pages
  • Cornelia Funke(Author)
  • Potter Style; Unabridged edition (23 Aug. 2005)
  • English
  • 4
  • Young Adult

Read online or download a free book: Inkheart (Inkheart Trilogy)


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  • By Barbara Squires-Riley on 3 August 2017

    A really intriguing book that has you thinking different scenarios. I would really recommend you read if before making judgment.

  • By Guest on 10 November 2015

    i like the story, but the pace is slow making the book feel neverending. i' m glad the author took all of this out of her system and started to write more focused and better books.

  • By lana turner on 24 August 2017

    A magnificent trilogy, a great read full of imagination and excitement!! But then i would expect nothing less from this amazing author, Cornelia Funke! every young teen should be exposed to her writing!

  • By Kindle Customer on 5 June 2017

    Arrived on time as as described. I was very pleased.

  • By K on 18 March 2017

    A great read

  • By donadeseu on 29 June 2017

    Inkheart is the first book in Cornelia Funke's Inkworld trilogy, which is a celebration of book reading and approaches important topics such as the relationship between life and literature, the connection between different worlds, the power of writers and the power of readers.Twelve-year-old Meggie lives with her father Mortimer, a man who repairs books for a living and who has a special gift: he can read people and things in and out of books.He discovered this gift while reading Inkheart out loud to his family when Meggie was only four. Then one of the most despicable characters in the book, the evil Capricorn, suddenly appeared in their sitting room, alongside a not entirely reliable fire breather called Dustfinger and his horned marten Gwin; but the book took away Resa, Mo's wife.When nine years afterwards Mo, also called Silvertongue on account of his gift, and Dustfinger are brought together, they both know that their conflict of interests over the book will set a series of dangerous developments in motion.The appearance of Fenoglio, the writer who penned Inkheart, brings up evocative questions on the relationship between an author and his characters, such as whether these are condemned to the (un)happy endings prepared for them or could be masters of their own destiny, which echo our own spiritual dilemmas as members of the Creation.I recommend this book to children and young teenagers as well as to adults interested in fantasy and also to students of English as its grammar and vocabulary is just right for upper intermediate learners of English.

  • By Claudia Henderson on 5 June 2017

    My granddaughter loved these books, not sure how many times she has read them.

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