Monday, December 15, 2008

Book Review: Inkheart by Cornelia Funke

Inkheartis the fascinating story of a young girl whose father has a very unusual talent: he can bring to life characters from a story - literally. Meggie, who knows only that her father refuses to read to her, suddenly finds herself at the mercy of a very wicked character - one brought to life by her father.

I fell in love with this story from the first. Really, for someone who loves reading and books so much, it would be hard not to. Despite the fact that this book is quite long, it was worth all the time to read and kept my attention right through to the end.

s-factor: !@

There is some swearing.

mrg-factor: none

v-factor: ->
The bad guys, they are pretty scary!

Overall rating: ****


  1. I'm currently enjoying this book. I picked it up because I liked The Thief Lord so much.

  2. This trilogy is the only set of books that have actually grown on me. When you first read it, you sigh, and tell yourself it was a good book. Then you go back and read your favourite parts and you admit you really do like this book. A few weeks later, you pick it up and re-read it again, and you realize you love it and you have to buy it at your earliest opportunity! (speaking from experience!)


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