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Eyre Affair

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 26,534 Ratings and 4,588 Reviews

Book Description
Penzler Pick, January 2002: When I first heard the premise of this unique mystery, I doubted that a first-time author could pull off a complicated caper involving so many assumptions, not the least of which is a complete suspension of disbelief. Jasper Fforde is not only up to the task, he exceeds all expectations.

Imagine this. Great Britain in 1985 is close to being a police... More
Book Information
PublisherHodder Children's Books
BindingAudio Cassette (38 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
ISBN-101840328630
ISBN-13978-1840328639
Publication Date08/02/2004
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About Jasper Fforde (Author) : Jasper Fforde is a published author. Some of the published credits of Jasper Fforde include The Eyre Affair: A Thursday Next Novel, The Big Over Easy: A Nursery Crime (Unabridged), The Fourth Bear: A ... more
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8/1/2009 Diana Simpson tagged as: I recommend, I read

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10/25/2008 Angela Mann said: 10722
tags: mystery

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3/24/2008 Deidre Taft said:
I lucked up on this book during a children's literature course, but it is definately not for children. The story is full of wordplay and literary references. Set in a surreal version of 1985 Great Britain, the main character, Thursday Next, has to travel into fiction to rescue Jane Eyre when she is ... more

tags: I recommend, I read

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2/16/2007 Tracy O'Daniel

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