As ever Ms Next gets herself into all sorts of scrapes and not all of her own making. I didn't think that Fforde could possibly manage another Thursday Next book that was as good as the original series, but he has managed it and more! [The main reason this book didn't work for me? Thursday E. Next was born in 1950 and raised in Swindon, England. I want to play too! I’m glad I did. Prueba a realizar la solicitud de nuevo. If you love to read, you will adore the works of Jasper Fforde. Inténtalo de nuevo. There are many interesting characters and I am eager to read the rest of this series. Fforde’s deft humour and witty (mis)use of every book ever written is perfect escapism. . The Well of Lost Plots book. Encuentra todos los libros, lee sobre el autor y más. Revisado en Reino Unido el 20 de septiembre de 2017. Please try your request again later. Una vez que hayas visto páginas de detalles del producto, busca aquí la manera más fácil de navegar hasta las páginas en las que estás interesado. This is so much fun. Six book series. Magick, moles and mayhem, with many cups of tea. (Inglés) Encuadernación de biblioteca – 1 agosto 2005, Casete de audio, Audiolibro, Versión íntegra, CD de audio , Audiolibro, Versión íntegra, Revisado en Reino Unido el 12 de abril de 2020, Perfect brain fodder for spring 2020 when the world is going to hell in a handcart. “Take no heed of her.... She reads a lot of books.”. I’m glad I did. Inténtalo de nuevo. And an alternate history which skews how we view. everyone, especially those with a sense of humor, I resisted reading this book for quite awhile, but thankfully, my friend Lisa (LisaVegan), kept bugging me about it! There are also literary portals which intersect with the 'real world' which make it possible to change what happens in our favorite novel. This book is a wild, eccentric ride. The premise of the story is that original manuscripts can be stolen and then changed, not just that manuscript, but all copies of say, Jane Eyre. It’s not hard to see what this enthusiasm is about. Read 1 939 reviews from the world's largest commun… “Don't ever call me mad, Mycroft. Amidst all this, Acheron Hades, Third Most Wanted Man In the World, steals the original manuscript of Martin Chuzzlewit and kills a minor character, who then disappears from every volume of the novel ever printed! Have I become a jaded reader? A wacky alternate reality tale for literature buffs, The Eyre Affair introduces LiteraTec detective Thursday Next, who must prevent a madman from kidnapping Jane Eyre out of her novel and destroying Charlotte Bronte’s work.