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  • Lost in a Good Book
  • Jasper Fforde
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  • 15 March 2020
  • 9780142004036

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summary ã E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Jasper Fforde review Lost in a Good Book ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Jasper Fforde ↠ 9 summary Ational To rescue him Thursday must retrieve a supposedly vanuished enemy from the pages of The Raven But Poe is off limits to even the most seasoned literary interloper Enter a professional the man hating Miss Havisham from Dickens's Great Expectations As her new apprentice Thursday keeps her motives secret as she learns the ropes of Jurisfiction where she moonlights as a Prose. Maybe only a 35 star but it was another fun trip into such a strange world filled with literary references slippery characters murder mayhem There s plenty of wry humor puns ridiculous situations to make sure things don t get too serious I d call it a cozy mystery except that belies just how fantastic the world is there is no way the reader can figure out what is going to happen I sometimes wonder if the author knows He writes the way Mrs Haversham Yes the lady from Great Expectations drives with complete abandon sheer joy It s a mixed up muddled up shook up world except for Lola Thursday Oh oh Lola Thursday OK I ll uit singing now but if this series had a theme song that wouldn t be a bad oneIt was a bit uneven but I put that down to the high points striking me as so funny There s a great scene at a book sale for instance I didn t uit chuckling for several minutes Reminded me of the time I stood in line at 5am in 20 degree darkness to get Ghost Buster backpacks for the boys for Xmas That was 30 years ago so I can laugh about it now The savagery of mostly mothers on the prowl was shocking a lot of fun to watch once I got the backpacks of course Very well narrated which added to the atmosphere I m definitely up for another at some point Paisaje de Otoño pages of The Raven But Poe is off limits to even the most seasoned literary interloper Enter a Eksyneen muistikirja professional the man hating Miss Havisham from Dickens's Great Expectations As her new apprentice Thursday keeps her motives secret as she learns the ropes of Jurisfiction where she moonlights as a Prose. Maybe only a 35 star but it was another fun trip into such a strange world filled with literary references slippery characters murder mayhem There s Afternoons with the Blinds Drawn plenty of wry humor Y hasta lo último de la tierra Una historia ilustrada del Cristianismo puns ridiculous situations to make sure things don t get too serious I d call it a cozy mystery except that belies just how fantastic the world is there is no way the reader can figure out what is going to happen I sometimes wonder if the author knows He writes the way Mrs Haversham Yes the lady from Great Expectations drives with complete abandon sheer joy It s a mixed up muddled up shook up world except for Lola Thursday Oh oh Lola Thursday OK I ll uit singing now but if this series had a theme song that wouldn t be a bad oneIt was a bit uneven but I Knight Kyle and the Magic Silver Lance put that down to the high ueer Theory and Brokeback Mountain points striking me as so funny There s a great scene at a book sale for instance I didn t uit chuckling for several minutes Reminded me of the time I stood in line at 5am in 20 degree darkness to get Ghost Buster backpacks for the boys for Xmas That was 30 years ago so I can laugh about it now The savagery of mostly mothers on the The Truth Against the World prowl was shocking a lot of fun to watch once I got the backpacks of course Very well narrated which added to the atmosphere I m definitely up for another at some Making Him Sweat Taking Him Down point

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Lost in a Good Book

summary ã E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Jasper Fforde review Lost in a Good Book ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Jasper Fforde ↠ 9 summary Resource Operative inside books As if jumping into the likes of Kafka Austen and Beatrix Potter's Tale of the Flopsy Bunnies weren't enough Thursday finds herself the target of a series of potentially lethal coincidences the authenticator of a newly discovered play by the Bard himself and the only one who can prevent an unidentifiable pink sludge from engulfing all life on Eart. I really really liked this seuel I liked the first book in this series but I thought this one was incredible I felt like this one really drove home the bookish element to this series that the first one only touched on Some of my favorite parts about this book was the book jumping the conversations in the footnotes all the bootstrap paradoxes and this books funny self awareness In the last book we got a glimpse of Thursdays power to jump into the events of any book but it wasn t the main plot line In this book we really get to see how it all worked and I loved the imagery of a library that contains every book ever written as well as every idea for a book I would love to just go hang out there for a while I really liked the way the characters developed in this book Last book I found the characters to be interesting but they didn t really grab me and I was way interested in the alternate world the author created and not so much the characters In this seuel I loved all the characters just as much as I loved the world building I also enjoyed the mystery of this book a little than the last one and I like seeing the Goliath Corporation take of a front seat as the villain of these stories Speaking of Goliath my book had a little approval rating at the front of the book from Goliath which I thought was really cute and I love when books have those sort of things in them I also loved how there were parts of this book that tied it to the titles of the previous books and to the seuels And on top of that any book is made better in my mind with uotes at the beginnings of chapters I loved this book a lot and to be honest I was a little surprised at that because the first one to me was good but not great This book definitely convinced me to pick up the next book in this serious and I would enchorage anyone who read the the first book and liked the concept but thought some of the delivery was only meh to definitely try this one because I think this one is a great seuel and a great improvement over the first one and I hope I like the next detective Next book as much as I liked this one Magic Platina potentially lethal coincidences the authenticator of a newly discovered Enemy on the Euphrates play by the Bard himself and the only one who can The Epilogue The Selection #31 prevent an unidentifiable Children of Wrath pink sludge from engulfing all life on Eart. I really really liked this seuel I liked the first book in this series but I thought this one was incredible I felt like this one really drove home the bookish element to this series that the first one only touched on Some of my favorite Lukes Cut Hells Eight #8 parts about this book was the book jumping the conversations in the footnotes all the bootstrap The Liberation of Sita paradoxes and this books funny self awareness In the last book we got a glimpse of Thursdays The Adventures of Tom SawyerAdventures of Huckleberry FinnThe Prince and the Pauper power to jump into the events of any book but it wasn t the main Le Dernier des Justes plot line In this book we really get to see how it all worked and I loved the imagery of a library that contains every book ever written as well as every idea for a book I would love to just go hang out there for a while I really liked the way the characters developed in this book Last book I found the characters to be interesting but they didn t really grab me and I was way interested in the alternate world the author created and not so much the characters In this seuel I loved all the characters just as much as I loved the world building I also enjoyed the mystery of this book a little than the last one and I like seeing the Goliath Corporation take of a front seat as the villain of these stories Speaking of Goliath my book had a little approval rating at the front of the book from Goliath which I thought was really cute and I love when books have those sort of things in them I also loved how there were Midnight is a Place parts of this book that tied it to the titles of the A Day For A Day previous books and to the seuels And on top of that any book is made better in my mind with uotes at the beginnings of chapters I loved this book a lot and to be honest I was a little surprised at that because the first one to me was good but not great This book definitely convinced me to Court of Lions pick up the next book in this serious and I would enchorage anyone who read the the first book and liked the concept but thought some of the delivery was only meh to definitely try this one because I think this one is a great seuel and a great improvement over the first one and I hope I like the next detective Next book as much as I liked this one

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summary ã E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Jasper Fforde review Lost in a Good Book ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Jasper Fforde ↠ 9 summary If Thursday thought she could avoid the spotlight after her heroic escapades in the pages of Jane Eyre she was sorely mistaken The unforgettable literary detective whom Michiko Kakutani of The New York Times calls part Bridget Jones part Nancy Drew and part Dirty Harry had another think coming The love of her life has been eradicated by Goliath everyone's favorite corrupt multin. This was a reread and I still loved it just as much as the first time around Pickwick the dodo gets so many mentions in the early books The way she looks after her egg and makes plock plock noises is delightful And of course this is the book where something happens to poor Landon Disappointing because he is one of my favourite characters but still very typical of Fforde s clever funny and crazy ideasThursday is developing her skills at book jumping and we start to meet all the wonderful characters at Jurisfiction Miss Havisham the Cheshire cat Marianne Dashwood and the ueen of Hearts are just a few of them I always love a book about books and this one is brilliant