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Tintenherz Imagine it were possible to bring the characters from a book to life Not like when someone reads a book with such enchantment that the characters seem to jump off the pages and into your bedroombut for real Imagine they could actually climb out of the pages and into our worldThen, imagine if those characters brought their world into oursOne cruel night, young Meggie's father, Mo, reads aloud from Inkheart and an evil ruler named Capricorn escapes the boundaries of fiction and lands in their living room Suddenly, Meggie is smack in the middle of the kind of adventure she has only read about in booksSomehow, Meggie and Mo must learn to harness the magic that conjured this nightmare Somehow they must change the course of the story that has changed their lies forever This is Inkheart, a timeless tale about books, about imagination, about life

About the Author: Cornelia Funke

Cornelia Funke is a multiple award winning German illustrator and storyteller, who writes fantasy for all ages of readers Amongst her best known books is the Inkheart trilogy Many of Cornelia's titles are published all over the world and translated into than 30 languages She has two children, two birds and a very old dog and lives in Los Angeles, California.

10 thoughts on “Tintenherz

  1. says:

    Books have to be heavy because the whole world's inside them.
    Magic, this book is pure unadulterated magic.

    Meggie and Mo (her father) are a pair. They're two peas in a pod, they're a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, they're ice cream and sprinkles. No matter what - they are together.

    Mo works as a book binder/restorer and Meggie i

  2. says:

    I was very much looking forward to reading this, as it had very good word-of-mouth as a high-quality children's/YA fantasy that adults will also enjoy. And the premise, that characters can exist in the real world outside of books, or that real people can enter the world inside a book, is endlessly appealing. However, my local library is on the verge of opening a new wing with my overdue book fine

  3. says:

    Oy... I really wanted to like this book. I had such high hopes for it. It was one of those books that whenever my students saw me reading it they said, Oh, I really liked that book! It was so good. So, I thought it would be great. It just wasn't. The story was nice. In short (very short): Meggie's father repairs books. Her mother disappeared nine years ago. After a mysterious visitor shows up at th

  4. says:

    Tintenherz = Inkheart (Inkworld, #1), Cornelia Funke

    Inkheart is a 2003 young adult fantasy novel by Cornelia Funke, and the first book of the Inkheart trilogy.

    Meggie, a girl at the age of 12, sees a stranger staring at her outside her window and tells her father, Mortimer (or Mo, as Meggie calls him) about it. Her father invites the stranger in, who introduces himself as Du

  5. says:

    This book is everything I ever wanted. It's a book about a book and lovers of books. It's very self-affirming for me. Now I don't feel like a COMPLETE goober for 1) smelling books 2) learning Elvish or 3) bringing at least 5 books with me everywhere I go.

    Note: just because I don't FEEL like a complete goober, does not mean I am not one.

    Inkheart is the first in a trilogy. Inkspel

  6. says:

    Honestly one of my favourite fantasy reads. I loved all the characters - even the villians! They were vivid, colourful, the world Cornelia Funke creates is absolutely extraordinary and if it were up to me I would live in the Inkworld for ever!
    For anyone that likes a good dose of escapism, a book about books, a story that will make you laugh, cry and just generally never want to finish then this is

  7. says:

    Enjoyed it well enough. Interesting concept. Good execution. Struck me as a little grim for YA though.

    By which I mean it's not something I'd read to my boy. (He's fiveish.) I might consider something like this for him when he hits 10 or so.

  8. says:

    What a great story!
    This is quite the page-turner! I was driven to read more by both the action/adventure and the plot/conclusion. Both are excellently written! Funke’s style of writing (and indeed the translation made by Anthea Bell) makes for a smooth and beautiful read.
    Wonderfully drawn and very detailed characters fill this book from cover to cover, each character being unique and complete.

  9. says:

    Oof... it took me 12 days to finish this book. Not like me at all.

    I liked the storyline. I love the fact that it is a book about books, and that is what initially made me want to read it. I read the blurb on the book and it sounded like a really fun read.

    I was wrong.

    The book was VERY long-winded. Whilst the plotline was good, and the characters were nicely built, the actual

  10. says:

    The best fantasy novel, I'ver read.
    I was too much curious while reading that.
    I just loved it.
    The way writer moves the story.
    Specially,3 ratings for character making.
    Thanks Cornelia Funke.

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