Top 5 Tuesday: Main Males

Hey, guys!
It’s Tuesday, that means it’s time for a bookish favorites posts. Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Bionic Book Worm and is quite simple: check out the topic and write a post with your picks.
Today I’ll share my top 5 male book characters. I tried not to go with the most obvious choices. 😉

#1 Dustfinger from the Inkworld Books

I keep mentioning the Inkworld books for these posts but honestly, they are too brilliant not to! Dustfinger had my heart from the very first moment he appeared on the pages. Just read the books, you’ll know what I mean.

#2 Remus Lupin from the Harry Potter Books

There are many great characters to be found in the Harry Potter books. Well, my favorite will forever be Remus Lupin. Not only was he the best Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher, but he is also such a warm and compassionate character!

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Book Review: Inkheart by Cornelia Funke

Hey guys!
It’s time for a book review! Today I want to talk about Inkheart by Cornelia Funke, a novel I’ve wanted to read for ages. Despite it being published in 2003, you can already call it a classic.

Goodreads Cover - Inkheart (Tintenherz in the original German version)

Goodreads Cover – Inkheart (Tintenherz in the original German version)


The Plot:
Meggie, a twelve-year-old girl, looks out the window of her room and sees a strange man standing in the yard. Little does she know that his appearance is bound to change her life forever.
This stranger is from another world, a world created with ink on paper. And Meggie’s father Mo brought him here. Him, and some darker characters…


The Rating:
Before I even read a single page of this novel, I had heard so many great things about it. The story sounded absolutely fascinating, and to be honest, I have no idea what took me so long to finally check it out!
First of all, the plot is simply magical. Everybody who loves to read can connect with the characters and despite all the dark things going on, you will feel a longing. The way things, characters and stories are treated in this novel will make every book-lovers heart beat faster. It really gets across the many things a novel can be, the many different feelings it can cause. Continue reading