Cœur D'encreDVD - 2009
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UnbreakableValour thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over
Frightening or Intense Scenes: Frightening scenes when a demonic monster called the Shadow is read out of the book, and what happens to Capricorn in the end
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Capricorn: I'm convinced. Though I don't know what that poor boy's going to do without his raft.
Meggie: I've read to you long enough. Now tell me where my father is!
Capricorn: I have absolutely no idea where your father is, and quite frankly I don't care. You read just as well as he does.
Capricorn: I love this world - and I intend to write my name on every page of it.
Dustfinger: I told you to stay with the old man.
Farid: He's mean!
Dustfinger: Not as mean as Capricorn
Farid: I'm not scared of him!
Dustfinger: You should be.
Capricorn: What's that sticky stuff called?
Basta: Duct tape.
Capricorn: Yes, duct tape. I love duct tape.
Elinor Loredan: But I just adore everything Persian.
Meggie Folchart: You've been to Persia, then?
Elinor Loredan: Yes, a hundred times. Along with St. Petersburg, Paris, Middle-Earth, distant planets and Shangri-la. And I never had to leave this room. Books are adventure. They contain murder and mayhem and passion. They love anyone who opens them.
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What if every book you read aloud became the wonderful, or terrifying, reality? Mo Folchart is what is known as a silver tongue, able to bring books to life... until he read the wrong book. When he reads a novel called Inkheart, he brings to the real world a man named Capricorn, who wants a demonic creature he ruled in Inkheart to be read out of the book into the real world.
what would happen if you could read yourself into a story?
mortimer faulkheart and his daughter maggie have overcome cappricorn ( a villan from the book inkheart) will they stop him?