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Why buy from us? Be the first to learns of special prices and discounts that we prepare for you. Subscribe to the newsletter. Mo has the special talent to bring characters out of books. One night he brings out three characters from Inkheart, a story set in medieval times and filled with magical beings. Capricorn and Basta, two villains, and Dustfinger, a fire-eater. Now, 10 years later Meggie discovers the truth and it’s up to her to escape Capricorn’s evil grasp.
A voiceover tells imkoustove that storytellers have always existed, but there are the rare few who are “Silvertongues” who can bring characters to life.
Often, they don’t know they possess the gift.
Mortimer Folchart Brendan Fraser is one of these “Silvertongues. They try to calm their baby girl down for bed, so Mo picks a book to read: Little Red Riding Hood. As he is reading aloud, things shake and move slightly only noticed by Moand a red riding hood falls into the back yard onto their clothesline. Twelve years later, Mo and his daughter, Meggie Eliza Hope Bennetare on their way to another old bookshop as always, because Meggie expresses the wish to go to modern bookshops where they can have hot coco, etc.
But Mo loves old inkoistove. Meggie says that maybe he will find the old book he is always looking for. Apparently, he always scours every corner of old bookshops looking for a very specific old book that he has never been able to find.
Mo heads into an old shop while Meggie waits outside in the street looking at other books. Mo introduces himself to the shop owner, who recognizes him as “that famous book doctor! The owner invites him to look around at all the old books that he has, and Mo wanders off to the back.
As he wanders, he hears whispered lines coming from the book. He hears a specific voice, one he obviously recognizes, and he finds and pulls a copy of “Inkheart” from the shelves. He opens it up, and begins to skim through the book’s pages. Inkosutove, a ferret shows up at Meggie’s feet. He has tiny horns, and he tries to bite her when she offers him a piece of her sandwich.
Behind her, a man, standing next to fire, calls the ferret named Gwin to him and talks to Meggie for a moment. When she explains that she doesn’t speak to strangers, the man shocks her by knowing her name, claiming they met before when she was very young.
Mo comes running out of the bookshop and upon seeing the strange man, calls inkoystove Dustfinger Paul Bettanyto which Dustfinger srdcs Mo “Silvertongue. Mo says that if he wants him to read for him, he’s out of luck. Dustfinger asks to take a walk with Mo, and as he walks away he blows on his hands to warm them, and they glow with fire. Dustfinger says he wants to be read back into the story of “Inkheart,” and he asks for the book.
Mo says he doesn’t have it. Dustfinger then explains that there is a man named Capricorn who is looking for him, and that Capricorn has agreed to read him back into the book. Mo hits Inkostove with his “book doctor bag” and srdcf off running. He meets up with Meggie inkouustove they get in their van and take off. Meggie keeps trying to ask what is going on, but Mo won’t say anything other than that they are on their way to Italy to see Meggie’s great-aunt, Elinor Helen Mirren.
At Elinor’s mansion, they go through a gate with a inkoustovw on it that reads, “Don’t even think of wasting inkoustkve time. Just go way” in several different languages. Mo says Meggie will like her; she just takes inkoustovve getting used to. When the ring the doorbell, Elinor yells “Quit ringing the damn bell! But she is excited to see them, and the next scene is srdcd in the garden having tea.
Elinor asks if they have heard from Resa, which Mo says they haven’t. Elinor offends Meggie by saying that Resa abandoned their family. Meggie says, “She loved us” and gets up and walks off. Mo and Meggie take a walk, where Meggie again asks what really happened to her mom, and what is going on. Mo confirms that she didn’t abandon them, and Meggie says that she makes up stories about her mom and writes them so that she can be alive to her.
Mo tells her not to do that; “There is a power in words. In a large glass case, she looks at a very old, illuminated book. She leans up against it and Elinor bursts in screaming at her to not touch anything!
She asks if Elinor has ever been to Persia? Elinor says that she has, and so many other placed around the world, as wells as Middle Earth and Oz, and she never had to leave her home to go there, implying that she lives through her books.
Elinor lightens up and gives Meggie a book, “The Wizard of Oz”, which was her Meggie’s mother’s favorite. Elinor tells her that Resa used to curl up in the window seat and read all day. So Meggie curls up in the window and reads all day. Late in the evening, she begins to hear whisperings like Mo hears.
Suddenly, inkoutsove see the ferret crawling back to Dustfinger. He breaks in on Mo and says that he had no choice, he turned to Capricorn. Mo freaks out and takes off looking for Meggie and Elinor. They are in the library, and there are men in there with writing tattooed on their faces that are destroying the library. Elinor grows angered when one of the men rips of a valuable Inklustove book, and punches him.
Mo recognizes one inkostove the men as Basta, and Basta laughs and pulls back Mo’s sleeves saying “I’m sure you remember me” and reveals three deep scars on Mo’s arm. Meggie, confused, asks what is going on when Dustfinger takes “Inkheart” away from Mo, who says it is the only way to get his wife back.
Dustfinger asks her if her father has ever read aloud to her. They lead the three outside where they are burning all of Elinor’s books. Meggie sees “The Wizard of Oz” in the flames, and wants to take it out. Dustfinger gets it for her, but Meggie won’t take it from him.
They’re loaded up into the back of a truck and taken to a large castle on a hill far away. There are men innkoustove writing on their faces ijkoustove. They are taken to the barn that’s the best way to describe it that is full of mythical creatures: Elinor asks where all these animals have come from.
Mo says that they came from books, and Elinor laughs it off, but Meggie asks what that means. He says, “Here’s the story you’ve been waiting for. Elinor was gone to a book fair, and Mo decided to read the new book he had ihkoustove earlier that day, “Inkheart.
Basta followed him, and Dustfinger immediately after that. Capricorn was about to kill them, but Dustfinger stopped them and saved Mo and Meggie. It was only then that Mo realized that Resa had disappeared in to the book when the other three had come out.
Mo explains that this is a trade-off that always happens when a ‘Silvertongue’ reads a book: They’re then taken to the main hall, where they are introduced to Capricorn Andy Serkishaving shaved off his scraggly inkokstove hair and now wearing a finely-tailored black suit. Capricorn then introduces the group to Darius, his current reader.
However, while Darius is also a ‘Silvertongue,’ his stuttering causes a problem for Capricorn’s plans. Capricorn demonstrates this by having Darius read a passage from the story “Rapunzel,” which causes the girl to appear before them, though with writing tattooed on her. After having Rapunzel led away, Capricorn threatens Meggie so that Mo will read aloud for him. Mo is given “Arabian Nights,” with Capricorn intent on claiming the riches from the story of ‘Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves’ for himself.
Mo gives a disclaimer that he srcde control what comes in or out of the book, but Capricorn tells him to continue.
Sure enough, along with the fantastic gold he reads out a boy, Farid, who falls out of thin air to the room’s floor. Dustfinger jumps up and says it is his turn, implying that Capricorn said that Mo could read him back after he’d produced the gold. But Capricorn simply replies, “I lied,” revealing the copy of “Inkheart” that Mo had found and that Dustfinger delivered to him.
Mo explains that he can’t read him back, but Capricorn laughs at this, claiming he would not want to go back to his rotten life in the book, where he worked for the character named Adderhead, and roamed the forest with the beasts.
Capricorn explains how he moreso prefers the amenities of our world, and then throws the copy of the book into the fireplace.
Dustfinger attempts to retrieve the book from the flames, but only ends up burning his hands. Capricorn then sends Mo, Elinor, and Meggie back to their “barn stall”. Dustfinger goes to the kitchen to see a kitchen maid, who he calls Resa who can’t talkwho is trying to escape, again.
He talks to her about wanting to be home, and how he never burns his hands at home in his world. Resa gets a bowl of ice for him to cool his hands in. He thanks her and falls asleep. He dreams of his home, and his wife asking him to come home.
He wakes up, and asks Resa what he can do to repay her. She shows him a picture of her family that she had drawn. Dustfinger realizes that Resa is Inkoustive wife, and Meggie is her daughter, but he won’t tell her what he knows about the two of them, even though she realizes that he knows something.