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by Cornelia Funke

  • ISBN: 1908435119
  • Category: Сhildren's books
  • Author: Cornelia Funke
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Chicken House (August 1, 2011)
  • Pages: 576 pages
  • FB2 size: 1192 kb
  • EPUB size: 1564 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 591
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Part of Inkworld series by Cornelia Funke. The book she had been reading was under her pillow, pressing its cover against her ear as if to lure her back into its printed pages.

Part of Inkworld series by Cornelia Funke. I’m sure it must be very comfortable sleeping with a hard, rectangular thing like that under your head,’ her father had teased, the first time he found a book under her pillow. Go on, admit it, the book whispers its story to you at night. ‘Sometimes, yes,’ Meggie had said. But it only works for children.

Tintenherz Inkheart (Inkworld, Cornelia Funke Inkheart (German title: Tintenherz) is a 2003 young adult fantasy novel by Cornelia Funke, and the first book of the Inkheart trilogy. Based on a 2007 online poll, the National Education Association named the book one of its "Teachers' Top 100 Books for Children

Cornelia Funke – Die offizielle Homepage. When Cornelia started to write Inkheart, she didn't suspect that this story would grow untill it could fill more than one book.

Cornelia Funke – Die offizielle Homepage. I have dreamed for a long time of writing a story in which characters from a book come into our world. Which book addict doesn’t know the feeling that the characters in a book can seem more real than the people around us? And there is of course a simple reason for that.

Cornelia Maria Funke (/ˈfʊŋkə/; German: ) is a German author of children's fiction. She was born on 10 December 1958 in Dorsten, North Rhine-Westphalia. Funke is best known for her Inkheart trilogy (originally in German: Tintenwelt-Trilogie), published in the United Kingdom between 2004–2008. Many of her books have now been translated into English. Her work fits mainly into the fantasy and adventure genres. She lives in Beverly Hills, California.

Cornelia Funke is the internationally acclaimed, bestselling author of The Thief Lord, Dragon Rider, and the Inkheart trilogy, along with many other chapter and picture books for younger readers. She lives in Los Angeles, California, in a house filled with books.

Cornelia Funke truly is an artist, and no matter how old I get it will always be one of my first choices to read during long trips or on cold winter days!

Inkheart The Inkworld Trilogy: Book 1 . Cornelia Funke truly is an artist, and no matter how old I get it will always be one of my first choices to read during long trips or on cold winter days! 2019-05-31.

Cornelia Funke (born December 10, 1958) is a German author, and the author of the Inkworld trilogy. She helped produce Inkheart, a film adaptation of her book of the same name. All three books of the Inkworld trilogy spent months on the New York Times bestseller list and garnered numerous awards. There are more than five million copies of Cornelia Funke's books in print in the United States alone, as of now. In 2005, Time magazine named Cornelia Funke among its "100 Most Influential Men and Women.

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From internationally acclaimed storyteller Cornelia Funke, this bestselling, magical epic is now out in paperback! One cruel night, Meggie's father reads aloud from a book called INKHEART- and an evil ruler 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 books. Meggie must learn to harness the magic that has conjured this nightmare. For only she can change the course of the story that has changed her life forever. This is INKHEART-a timeless tale about books, about imagination,.

Inkheart Электронная библиотека e-libra. ru Читать онлайн Inkheart. CORNELIA FUNKE INKHEART For Anna, who even put The Lord of the Rings aside for a while to read this book. Could anyone ask more of a daughter? And for Elinor, who lent me her name, although I didn't use it for an elf queen. For Anna, who even put The Lord of the Rings aside. for a while to read this book. Could anyone ask more of a daughter? And for Elinor, who lent me her name

Meggie loves books. So does her father, Mo, a bookbinder, although he has never read aloud to her since her mother mysteriously disappeared. They live quietly until the night a stranger knocks at their door. He has come with a warning that forces Mo to reveal an extraordinary secret - a storytelling secret that will change their lives forever.
Reviews about Inkheart (7):
I enjoyed this book very much. It is full of fantastical beings and events that interface with everyday modern people. That interface is the most compelling underlying motivation of the story, of course. I also like the fact that the main child character is female for a change. Yea!

The book is also, in a sense, all about books, and I love books about books. If you have a fairly good knowledge of classic children's literature, you'll enjoy those connections immensely. If you like books, particularly children's books, and you like fantasy and adventure, you will probably enjoy this book.

Quotations are used from many other children's and fantasy books. Those make the story even more enjoyable.

The writing is creative and interesting, the plot is fantastical and convoluted, the characters are varied and mostly interesting, sometimes likable and sometimes detestable, of course. Some characters aren't clearly good guys or bad guys, which is similar to life as we know it.

On the down side, which is minor, I am wondering just who this book was written for. I'm told it's children's literature. But children do not need to read about this much violence, surely, even when it is committed mostly by beings from books rather than reality? I don't know. I also find some plot twists to be very unbelievable, but it is a fantasy, after all.

I read this book on the Kindle (as I read most books) and only noticed one potential typo in the book (which is amazingly good, really).
This had made into a movie (Brendan Fraiser) and I'd watched it a couple of years ago, so unfortunately for me I had all of the actors' faces in mind throughout the book and left little to my imagination there, but at least they casted it very well!!(and closely to the book's description - for the most part.

The PLOT deviates some, so even if you've seen the movie, you'd be missing out not reading Funke's wonderful writing

You get the plot from other reviews', so I will leave you with this. There are NOT too many books of this genre that are truly original. This is. There are not too many books out there that don't fall into some campy dialogue. This doesn't.

I go through books, Kindle and otherwise, and after reading Inkheart, I went and purchased the trilogy hardcopy (of which I'm terribly discerning about what takes up space) because I think this is a classic.

My son just read it as well, he's 8, but reading beyond his 2nd grade level, he finished and immediately asked when he's getting the next one!! And has asked me twice, "Is it here yet?"

I think it's a testament to Funke's writing, that she can so capture myself and my son so completely.
The story was okay. It seemed a bit long and I felt as though I should have just left it at the first one rather than continuing the series. And in this book the author added swear words. :( So I couldn't share in reading this one with my child as I had the first one.
So much happens in this book. I listened to the audiobook and Brendon Fraser did a great job. I wish they would go back and let him do the other two books. I had tears close to the end of the book and can't wait to see what happens in the final book. I like that we get to see more of the fantasy world and what happens there. Because it is in the fantasy world and there are so many characters with a lot going on you do have to be able to focus on what is going on but I enjoyed it.
To be honest, I listened to the audio tape, but this was an awesome story! Enjoyable for adults as well as kids. The suspenseful plot makes you a little fearful and there is some violence, but the pretext of the story makes it fanciful enough to distance you from the events of the story. Still, there is a bit of mystery and you can't put the book down. A must-read classic.
It's been a very long time since I found a book so captivating that I lose sleep because of it, for it is more important to continue in the story than sleep.

I've never read a book that was as unpredictable as this one. I can usually guess things in the story and predict the ending of a book, which causes the story to lose its magic, but it was not so with this book.

I cannot wait to read the next book, Inkspell

I wish that Cornelia Funke was more well known, she is the best storyteller I've ever read!!!!!
Bought the trilogy for my 11 year old son at his own request! He doesn't open a book very often and prefers to play video games, so I am glad he found a book set that he enjoys reading. These are NOT little books, they are roughly about 500 pages long and he's on the 3rd one. Well worth the purchase. He even has me reading them and it is a good read for any adult who enjoys reading young adult books. (I'm on the first book)

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