The Well Of Lost Plots: Thursday Next, Book 3

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Hodder & Stoughton, Apr 11, 2005 - Fiction - 384 pages
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Leaving Swindon behind her to hide out in the Well of Lost Plots (the place where all fiction is created), Thursday Next, Literary Detective and soon-to-be one parent family, ponders her next move from within an unpublished book of dubious merit entitled 'Caversham Heights'. Landen, her husband, is still eradicated, Aornis Hades is meddling with Thursday's memory, and Miss Havisham - when not sewing up plot-holes in 'Mill on the Floss' - is trying to break the land-speed record on the A409. But something is rotten in the state of Jurisfiction. Perkins is 'accidentally' eaten by the minotaur, and Snell succumbs to the Mispeling Vyrus. As a shadow looms over popular fiction, Thursday must keep her wits about her and discover not only what is going on, but also who she can trust to tell about it ...With grammasites, holesmiths, trainee characters, pagerunners, baby dodos and an adopted home scheduled for demolition, 'The Well of Lost Plots' is at once an addictively exciting adventure and an insight into how books are made, who makes them - and why there is no singular for 'scampi'. In the words of one critic: 'Don't ask. Just read it.'

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User Review  - BoundTogetherForGood - LibraryThing

I've read this book before. I am working my way through the series again. I do love this book. I think this is where Fforde's creativity really begins to shine. The Nursery Crime series spun off from ... Read full review

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User Review  - AltheaAnn - LibraryThing

Lost in A Good Book The Well of Lost Plots - Jasper Fforde These are #s 2 & 3 in the Thursday Next series (following "The Eyre Affair.") I was in the mood for some fast, humorous reading, so these ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Jasper Fforde traded a varied career in the film industry for staring out of the window and chewing the end of a pencil. He lives and works in Wales and has a passion for aviation.

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