Inkspell: Inkheart 2
Written by Cornelia Funke
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A fantastic, magical adventure in which 12 year old Meggie finds out the perils of reading as the imaginary becomes real. A sequel to Inkheart, Meggie’s first adventure with characters who came out of a book, here Dustfinger the fire-eater is desperately in search of someone who will read him back into the safe world of story. But a crooked story teller is not the right person to do that. In the charmed Inkworld nothing is as it seems and Meggie has a wonderful new adventure to deal with. Finish the exciting trilogy with Inkdeath.
Inkheart the movie, released on 12th December 2008, stars
among others Helen Mirren, Eliza Bennett and Jim Broadbent and has been
made by the makers of The Lord of the Rings and The Golden Compass.
Click here to see the trailer http://www.inkheartmovie.com/
Inkspell: Inkheart 2 by Cornelia Funke
Although a year has passed, not a day goes by without Meggie thinking of the extraordinary events of Inkheart, and the story whose characters strode out of the pages, and changed her life forever. But for Dustfinger, the fire-eater, torn from his world of words, the need to return has become desperate. When he finds a crooked storyteller with the magical ability to read him back, he sets in motion a dangerous reversal that sees the characters of Inkheart transported to a charmed Inkworld, about to be fought over by rival rebels and princes. But can Meggie, Farid and Fenoglio 'write' the wrongs of a charmed world about to be fought over by rival princes and rebels?
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