The Eyre Affair (Thursday Next)

The Eyre Affair (Thursday Next)

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The Eyre Affair by Japser Fforde is a science fiction and literary detective novel originally published in 2001.This book belongs to Fforde's Thursday Next series. It is followed by Lost in a Good Book.

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  • Danielle Edwards
    Written on April 14, 2018
    "This is one of the most charming detective stories, and books, published in 2001. The author's voice and individual style stands out in my mind above others I've read from that year."
  • Christopher Campbell
    Written on May 4, 2018
    "For the most part, this novel does sound pretty interesting and I do enjoy books that can keep my attention. I am interested in how good of a job the author did here with blending in the comedy with the detective/crime atmosphere. This may be a book I will give a read to one day!"
  • Julia Brewer
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "To follow along correctly, you must start from the beginning and not skip any other book in the series. The series could be less active but still willing to give the next one a try."
  • Kathryn Garrett
    Written on April 21, 2018
    "This was an interesting book. I found the mix of genres very different and unique. The book really held my attention, the English setting mixed with sci-fi was a breath of fresh air. Recommended read for anyone looking for something different."
  • Mildred Edwards
    Written on May 13, 2018
    "A good book is hard to put down. This is no exception. This page turners is part of a science fiction series written by Jasper Fforde and is sure to please any science junkie."
  • Teresa Jacobs
    Written on April 13, 2018
    "Sometimes science fiction can be a bit too technical for me. But The Eyre Affair (Thursday Next) is wrote in a different style. It had me laughing the whole way through."
  • Kelly Wan
    Written on April 14, 2018
    "This book , The Eyre Affair is a interesting book to me because it involves science fiction but also has a sense of mystery to it. I love that there is cloning is a thing in the book (along with time travel because who doesn't want to do that?). I also like that reading is more popular than anything (because I am a book worm). I also like how they were kidnapping book characters (which is odd since they are fake but then again this is a science fiction book)."
  • Nicole Alvarado
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "The Eyre Affair is a great British novel and a fantastic addition to the science fiction genre. The concept of time travel into novels is compelling and produces a very rewarding read! Worth a read for fans of science fiction or just fans of literature!"
  • Richard Warren
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "The Eyre Affair (Thursday Next) is easily one of the best books with a witty title I've ever read. I was given this book by a friend as a birthday present and thoroughly enjoyed it. I'm a huge science fiction fan and so found it quite appealing. Now I'm really looking forward to reading the next in the series!"
  • Jordan Silva
    Written on April 15, 2018
    "I wasn't so sure about this, but thought a character with a name like Thursday Next was worth checking out. I was very pleasantly surprised, as this book has made me laugh out loud more than probably anything else I've read in the last five (or more) years. The witticisms are often simple, though sometimes they assume literary familiarity. Even if you lack that, the story is itself plenty capable of keeping your attention. I moved on to read the rest of the Thursday Next novels at once, and you're likely to do the same. "
  • Raquel Aguilar
    Written on May 16, 2018
    "The Eyre Affair (Thursday Next) is the best books with stories about a love of books"
  • Louis Arnold
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "The Eyre Affair (Thursday Next) is rather "different" for the lack of a better word. About happenings in an alternate universe and the turn is rather fun and doesn't otherwise detract from what's an interesting read."
  • Arjun Rathore
    Written on April 27, 2018
    "I love a good novel with a female hero. I enjoy these reads and find them very invigorating. The Eyre Affair was perfect for what I needed. I thought it got you encapsulated and made a ton of sense with the way the story went into its habits."
  • Gregory Hart
    Written on April 22, 2018
    "The book presents a fantastic and comedic version of our own world. It combines our reality with a host of 'what-if's'. "
  • James Medina
    Written on May 2, 2018
    "Suspense and mystery is in abundance in the novel along with kidnapping could there be murder in the mist of merry old England."
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