Inkspell

Inkspell

Audiobook CD - 2005
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Although a year has passed, not a day goes by without Meggie thinking of Inkheart , the book whose characters came to life - and changed her life forever.

But for Dustfinger, the fire-eater brought into being from words, the need to return to the original tale has become desperate. When he finds a crooked storyteller with the magical ability to read him back, Dustfinger leaves behind his young apprentice Farid and plunges into the medieval inkscape once more.

Distraught, Farid goes in search of Meggie, and before long both are caught inside the book, too. There they meet Inkheart 's author, Fenoglio, now living within his own story. But the tale is much changed, and threatening to evolve in ways none of them would have ever imagined. Will Meggie, Farid, and Fenoglio manage to write the wrongs of a charmed world? Or is their story on the brink of a very bad ending?
Publisher: Listening Library/Random House, p2005.
Edition: Unabridged.
ISBN: 9780307281623
0307281620
Characteristics: 16 compact discs (18 hr., 50 min.) :,digital ;,12 cm.
Additional Contributors: Fraser, Brendan 1968-
Bell, Anthea

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roropan Feb 05, 2015

Brendan Fraser blew me away- his incredible voices brought the story to life. Awesome narrating Encino man!

meghank Mar 06, 2011

Really enjoyed this book, definitely more action and things going on than the first however Brendan Fraser is the worse narrator for a story that I have heard in a while. He has no ability when it comes to accents. I would read the book if you really want to enjoy it.

alleycat Mar 07, 2009

Finally, this story is on the upswing! I thought it flowed much better than the last and ended well, two important features in a novel ... though I'm not sure about Brendan Fraser's reading (maybe his heart just wasn't in this one ... I liked him much better in Dragon Rider and, on the whole, I prefer Lynn Redgrave's interpretation of the character of Dustfinger in the prequel, Inkheart). The budding romance between Meggie and Farid is a bit much, too (maybe it's just me, but she *just* turned 13 for goodness sake!)

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Calgovin
Oct 16, 2007

Wonderful story, amazing audio reading, Brenden Fraser does a great job - I felt like I had watched a movie! This book was better than the first (Inkheart), fast paced and very imaginitive. Ties a lot of detials from the frist into it. I would reccomend for ages 12 and up (I'm 30 and I quite enjoyed it) - can't wait for the thrid one, "Inkdeath".

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