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Ld of problems Hamlet's not attending his conflict resolution classes President George Formby is facing a coup led by dastardly Yorrick Kaine and what's the evil Goliath Corportation are refusing to un eradicate Thursday's husband LandenWill sh I really enjoyed this installment in the Thursday Next series It moved uickly than The Well of Lost Plots and there was some suspense Overall it s the characters and

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Something Rotten

Literary detective Thursday Next is on a mission and it's not just a mission to save the planet If only life were that simpleUnemployed following an international cheese smuggling scandal our favourite cultural crime fighter is faced with a wor Jasper Fforde has easily made his way into my favourite authors list He is smart witty inventive and packs his Thursday Next series full of literary references He s basi

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E ever see Landen again Is shopping the new religion Can Thursday prevent Armageddon And who will babysit her son while she does itJoin Thursday on her toughest assignment yet and enter a world where fiction is always much stranger than the tru 45 I knocked at their door and hearing no answer walked in When I was last working at SpecOps we rarely heard anything from the mildly eccentric members of the time trav


10 thoughts on “Something Rotten

  1. says:

    So here come some of the main ingredients of this part of the series of inimitable inter genre reading cocktailsPropaganda manipulation and warmongering in politics and trade the satirizing of all the conspiracy theories

  2. says:

    Jasper Fforde has easily made his way into my favourite authors list He is smart witty inventive and packs his

  3. says:

    The fouth instalment of the Thursday Next series is my favourite one the one in which all the plotlines set out earlier are woven together and political satire enters the series in a grand wayIn Something Rotten Thursday returns from the book world to late 1980s England with her two year old son two dodos and the Prince of Denmark Hamlet who wishes to see a bit of the world As it happens Hamlet's arrival in the real world poses a bit of a p

  4. says:

    Have you started the Thursday Next series yet If not put the first book The Eyre Affair on your short list This is one of my favori

  5. says:

    I really enjoyed this installment in the Thursday Next series It moved uickly than The Well of Lost Plots and there was some suspense Overall it’s the characters and the uirkiness that keep me invested in this series I love Fforde’s writing style his humor and the literary allusions I love that the series is postmodern surreali

  6. says:

    With every book I've read in this series I've said the same thing this was fun but I doubt I'll continue on with the series Well this is the fourth book and I give up I'm going to keep reading Thursday Next books because they're absolutely ri

  7. says:

    45 I knocked at their door and hearing no answer walked in When I was last working at SpecOps we rarely heard anything from the mildly eccentric members of the time travelling elite but when you work in the time business you don’t waste it by nattering – it’s much too precious My father always argued that time was far and away the most

  8. says:

    Book on CD read by Emily GrayBook four in the Thursday Next fantasy sci fi “literary detective” series The Goliath Corporation is still trying to take over the world though this time their scheme is to be declared a religion Hamlet is sta

  9. says:

    I regarded reading the 4th book in the series like a duty rather than something interesting to pass time with I didn't really want to read it n

  10. says:

    This took me a LONG time to get into It has been on my to read list since 2008 so for a while I wondered why I even bothered I started enjoying it about half way through and then I came across a passage that made the whole thing worth itview spoilerWait I cried out What I can't concentrate with all those peopleLanden looked around the empty bedroom What peopleThose people I repeated waving a hand in the general direction of everywhere the