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Jasper Fforde, Part 1: Having Fun with Shakespeare, Mel Gibson and Dodos.

Some established writers are a byword for their genre. Agatha Christie is to whodunits what Barbara Cartland is to romance; while Terry Pratchett is to fantasy what Jasper Fforde is to… well, to what, exactly? 1.335 weitere Wörter

Derek Walker

Jasper Fforde, Part 2: Shades of Grey – “a different kind of fun.”

When I met Jasper Fforde, he was promoting his Shades of Grey novel. He didn’t do a very good job, as he left me with the impression that it would be dull, compared with his previous work. 1.473 weitere Wörter

Derek Walker

Jasper Fforde's The Last Dragonslayer

Dreams of bigger, better worlds don’t have to be so great that you can’t have a little bit of fun. Enter Jasper Fforde’s The Last Dragonslayer… 862 weitere Wörter

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Shades of Grey - Jasper Fforde (Book Review)

Though never reading any of his books previously, I am aware of Jasper Fforde. This book was recommended by a friend strongly enough to persuade me to buy it: 333 weitere Wörter

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“Trying to demand the reason for existence from an all-knowing omniscient supreme being takes negotiating to a whole new level.”
Fforde, Jasper. The Woman Who Died a Lot: A Thursday Next Novel (pp. 3.048 weitere Wörter


Narrative Traps

Ever had that feeling that every book you read seems the same or every movie you watch has the same plot? Is there a creativity trap where whole genres seem to be stuck? 466 weitere Wörter


Review: The Well of Lost Plots

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3 of 5 stars to The Well of Lost Plots, the third thriller and mystery book in the „Thursday Next“ series written in 2003 by… 381 weitere Wörter

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