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by Cornelia Funke
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Obsession with words
Obsession with words rated it 9 months ago
This is my book for Guy Fawkes Night. Book themes for Guy Fawkes Night: Any book about the English monarchy (any genre), political treason, political thrillers, or where fire is a major theme, or fire is on the cover. I finally finished this book. It´s been cold and snowy here and that has caus...
FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt
FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt rated it 1 year ago
I will admit, it took me quite a long time to get into this book. But by the end, I loved it. I remember trying to read this book multiple times growing up, but I just couldn't get through it. The first few chapters are interesting, but they really drag on. The book is written in a similar style to ...
Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 5 years ago
Original Title: Tintenhertz This definitely was one of my favourite books when I was a kid. I completely fell in love with the idea of being able to - literally- bring your books to life. (But just as with the Hogwarts invitation letters, I'm still waiting for anything to pop out of my books =) ) ...
The Emotional Range of a Teaspoon
The Emotional Range of a Teaspoon rated it 5 years ago
I bought Inkheart four years ago and since then it has been a beloved book made by an author that I have grown to love. From the first sentence to the last hurrah, the believable characters, captivating and intricately weaved storyline, and relatable situations caused me to breeze through this book ...
meganbaxter
meganbaxter rated it 5 years ago
Inkheart is a thoroughly amusing children's story about bleedover between fiction and reality. It is a bit repetitive, and since it's so long, I felt that this looping could have been condensed and lose very little from the story, but overall, it's an enjoyable read. I could see particularly bookish...
Sassafrass
Sassafrass rated it 5 years ago
I started this book as a way to get my extremely smart, extremely advanced son into reading. The boy is an excellent reader but absolutely HATES it. It's devastating to me since I love reading so much but I refuse to give up on him. I know that there is going to be one book that catches him and h...
SilverThistle
SilverThistle rated it 5 years ago
Inkheart isn't aimed at adults but it was entertaining enough and kept me reading to the end.The cover of the book makes it appear like a light, fantasy story filled with fairies and nice things......but nothing could be further from the truth. Yes, there are a few fairies but only enough to fill a ...
Sarah's Library
Sarah's Library rated it 5 years ago
I enjoyed this book but enjoyed the movie version more. I found the book dragged on a bit (especially after watching the movie first, and therefore already knowing what was going to happen next). I also found some parts of the plot a bit tame.
The Library Lass Booklikes Blog
The Library Lass Booklikes Blog rated it 5 years ago
I recently finished listening to Inkheart by Cornelia Funke on audiobook. It was a tough slog to the end. While I love the imaginative plot, the execution left quite a lot to be desired.Inkheart is a middle-grade novel that tells the story of Meggie, a little girl who has lived a quiet life with her...
Death by Books
Death by Books rated it 5 years ago
3.5 stars. I liked the amount of description, and several of the non-main characters. Meggie's aunt Elinor, Farid and Dustfinger were my favorites. I especially liked the aunt, she was in many ways the most admirable person in the story, and I envied her her house of books in the middle of the wo...
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