Inkheart

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Scholastic, 2003 - Authorship - 534 pages
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Twelve-year-old Meggie learns that her father, who repairs and binds books for a living, can "read" fictional characters to life when one of those characters abducts them and tries to force him into service.

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Plot ... Summary: Meggie loves books. - Goodreads
Also, some of her prose was a little clunky. - Goodreads
I thought the writer was a good writer though. - Goodreads
Capricorn was one of those villians you love to hate. - Goodreads
I loved this book because of the wonderful premise. - Goodreads
Really enjoyed the character development. - Goodreads
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I read this when I was 8, and I have to say that I struggled, but it has an absolutely brilliant, and very unique plot. Definitely worth buying for anybody ages 10-85! The film version is also brilliant, but it's a shame that they didn't make the other two books into films. But although the plot it quite hard to follow sometimes, it is a fabulous book! 

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User Review  - Noah - Goodreads

I'm halfway through this book and I can't get over how almost every time someone says something, the quote is followed by an exclamation point. It truly makes the story sound ridiculous. Read full review

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