The Woman Who Died a Lot

A Thursday Next Novel
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (10.92 hours)
Product Number: Z05351
Released: Oct 02, 2012
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ISBN: #9781464045981
Narrator/s: Emily Gray
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Jasper Fforde's delightfully zany Thursday Next series shows no signs of slowing down with its seventh entry, The Woman Who Died a Lot. Despite being semihappily semi-retired from SpecOps, Thursday accepts the head librarian position at the Swindon library. But soon threats from a supreme Deity, a mnemonomorph, and the nefarious Goliath corporation press Thursday back into active duty.

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Author(s): Jasper Fforde
Series: Thursday Next Series No: 7

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Author(s): Jasper Fforde
Narrator(s): Emily Gray
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Product Number C00862
Released: Oct 01, 2012
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ISBN: #9781464045967
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Author(s): Jasper Fforde
Narrator(s): Emily Gray
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Product Number MP0680
Released: Nov 26, 2012
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ISBN: #9781470325749
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Author(s): Jasper Fforde
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Released: Jun 05, 2014
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Penguin Books
ISBN: #9781101601044

Professional reviews

"Book 7 of the Thursday Next comic fantasy/alternate history series features the intrepid literary detective still striving to maintain order in the multiverse future. Narrator Emily Gray is the ideal foil for Jasper Fforde's quirky parody--her measured pacing and genteel British accent give a "straight man" quality to her performance. Gray delivers Fforde's fantasies with subdued hilarity. But the story line becomes somewhat mired in the author's improbable descriptions, parallel realities, and political expoundings. Retired from Bookworld's SpecOps, Thursday becomes the new librarian in Swindon, but corporate and military threats force her back into active duty to save the fictional day. Thought-provoking, imaginative humor and literary allusions abound, but the story is strongly linked to events in the previous novels, which should precede this listening experience. A.W. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"

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