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[...], a book with five hundred blank pages. [...]: as long as that book exists you will be immortal. Nothing will be able to kill you, no disease, no weapons - as long as the book remains intact.
 
Meggie Folchart,
Inkspell, Ch. 59 - The Adderhead

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The BFG (short for "Big Friendly Giant") is a is a preexisting children's book, written by Roald Dahl.

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Of course I kept everything that came out of books, except for the snozzcumber I got out of the book about the friendly giant.
 
Mortimer Folchart sharing his childhood experience[1]

Trivia
  • The BFG actually was not directly mentioned by its book title, but identifiable by its famous fictional food, snozzcumber, and it's brief description on being about a friendly giant.[1]
Appearances

Behind the scenes
  • Although the book was not directly name-dropped in-universe, passages from The BFG was in fact used as one of the opening quotes in Inkheart.
Appearances
  • Inkheart, Ch. 40 - The Black Horse of the Night (reference quote)

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Inkheart, Ch. 16 - Once Upon a Time

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