Inkheart: Be Careful What You Read!

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Chase Hoven writes, Being a bookworm myself, I couldn’t treat myself better than writing a review about the book, Inkheart.

Being a bookworm myself, I couldn’t treat myself better than writing a review about the book, Inkheart.First, the setting takes place in modern time England. Meggie and her father, Mortimer (usually called Mo), live in a book -infested house. Both love books and Mo takes a job of repairing books.One night, Meggie sees someone in front of their house. Mo goes to the door and is greeted by a man he calls Dustfinger. The two men chat quietly for a while and addressing each other as if they have known each other for a while. After sometime, Dustfinger leaves and Meggie, who had been eavesdropping on the conversation, scurries off to bed. The next morning, Mo tells Meggie that she will not be going to school, but to visit her Aunt Elinor. Suddenly, Meggie is thrown from a regular life to a life and death situation.She, Mo, Elinor, and Dustfinger must stop the evil plot by Capricorn and his men. She also realizes that her father can read creatures out of books!The thing I liked most about this book is the main topic which is about a book! I recommend this book for all those interested in magic, evil plots, thrilling edge of your seat action, and a happy ending. Have fun and happy reading!

2 COMMENTS

  1. Thanks…
    Thanks, it is a really exciting book! I will hopefully do a review on Inkspell, the next book in the series.

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