Passages relating to Meggie Folchart.
|“||Rain fell that night, a fine, whispering rain. Many years later Meggie had only to close her eyes and she could still hear it, like tiny fingers tapping on the window pane.||”|
|“||Wearily, Meggie took out a book and tried to make herself a nest in its familiar words, but it was no good. Again and again the thought of that other book blurred the words, again and again Meggie saw the big initial letters before her - large colorful letters surrounded by figures whose story she didn't know because the book hadn't had time to tell it to her.||”|
— Meggie Folchart's thought coming back to Inkheart from time to time.
|“||Afterward, Meggie could never say what had distracted her from the whirling torches and showers of sparks, making her look up once more to the house and its windows. Perhaps you feel the presence of evil on your skin like sudden heat or cold...||”|
— Description of how Meggie Folchart felt ill at ease and a sense of foreboding.
|“||Dustfinger saw Meggie's slim figure standing there as if she would never move again. All her strength seemed to have forsaken her, as if the next gust of wind might blow her away.||”|
— Dustfinger's thought on how Meggie Folchart was faring after her father was taken away.
|“||Mo loved chocolate. Even the mustiest old chocolate Santa Clause wan't safe from him. Meggie broke of a square of the bar and put it in her mouth, but it tasted of nothing. Nothing but sadness.||”|
— Meggie thinking about her father.
“— Dustfinger's thought on how Meggie Folchart was faring after her father was taken away.Inkheart/Passages-07-01
“— Description of the surroundings when Dustfinger reentered the lives of Folchart family.Inkheart/Passages-01-01
“— Description of how Meggie Folchart felt ill at ease and a sense of foreboding.Inkheart/Passages-06-01