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The woman who died a lot : a Thursday next novel : now with 50% added subplot / by Jasper Fforde.

Fforde, Jasper. (Author).
Fforde, Jasper. (Credited).


Summary: The Bookworld's leading enforcement officer, Thursday Next, has been forced into a semiretirement following an assassination attempt, returning home to Swindon and her family to recuperate. But Thursday's children have problems that demand she become a mother of invention: Friday's career struggles in the Chronoguard, where he is relegated to a might-have-been; Tuesday's trouble perfecting the Anti-Smote shield, needed in time to thwart an angry Deity's promise to wipe Swindon off the face of the earth; and the issue of Thursday's third child, Jenny, who doesn't exist except as a confusing and disturbing memory. With Goliath attempting to replace Thursday at every opportunity with synthetic Thursdays, and a call from the Bookworld to hunt down Pagerunners who have jumped into the Realworld, Thursday's convalescence is going to be anything but restful as the week ahead promises to be one of the Next family's oddest.
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  • 5 copies at one or more libraries.

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Record details

  • ISBN: 9780670025022
  • ISBN: 067002502X
  • Physical Description: 366 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: Viking,
Subject: Next, Thursday (Fictitious character) > Fiction.
Women detectives > England > Fiction.
Literary historians > England > Fiction.
Characters and characteristics in literature > Fiction.
Books and reading > Fiction.
Genre: Mystery fiction.
Fantasy fiction.
Humorous fiction.
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