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The Well of Lost Plots By Jasper Fforde | Mini Article About A Book

The Well of Lost Plots By Jasper Fforde | Mini Article About A Book

We have decided to write two mini supplement articles for the Thursday – book series by author Jasper Fforde. In the series of two mini articles talking about books Lost In A Good Book and The Well of Lost Plots respectively, today we are going to give you brief information about The Well of Lost Plots, the third in the Thursday book series by Jasper Fforde. It is worth to note that both these book are written in continuity of The Eyre Affair. Book Title : The Well of Lost Plots Author : Jasper Fforde with Publishers : Hodder And ... Read More »

Lost In A Good Book By Jasper Fforde | Mini Article About A Book

Lost In A Good Book By Jasper Fforde | Mini Article About A Book

We have decided to write two mini supplement articles for the Thursday – book series by author Jasper Fforde. We have reviewed in detail, The Eyre Affair book by Jasper FForde, you can find it here. Book Title : Lost In A Good Book Author : Jasper Fforde with Publishers : Hodder And Stoughton Published: (18 July 2002) Viking Adult Published: (31 March 2003) Hodder & Stoughton – New Ed edition – Published: (1 May 2009) # of Pages : 384 (Paperback) 416 (Hardcover) 938 KB (Kindle Edition) [388 pages] How often have we all done this? At the end ... Read More »

The Eyre affair by Jasper Fforde | Book Review

The Eyre affair by Jasper Fforde | Book Review

Have you ever wondered whether the stories in the books we read happen somewhere, that is apart from the writer’s mind? When a writer creates characters, settings, places that are so much loved by readers, what if the lines between reality and fiction weren’t quite there. Combine this premise with a world where time travel is possible and you get a hilarious comedy called The Eyre Affair by Jasper Fforde. The Plot: As the name suggest, the Jane Eyre of Charlotte Bronte does play a big part here. The heroin Thursday Next (Yup, that’s right, a girl is named Thursday!!!!) ... Read More »

The Golden Compass Trilogy | Book Reviews

The Golden Compass Trilogy | Book Reviews

Religion is a cornerstone of our lives and for most children it takes shape as they grow up and see how important it is to their parents, or not. It is also such a personal aspect of everyone’s life that commenting on any religion always carries a lot of inherent risk. However, most people agree that the purpose of having a religion is to aspire for better things in life, to look up and forward and do good in the world as you pass through it in this life. Whether there is an afterlife or not, if this life is ... Read More »

Reviews For A Political Thriller  From Holloywood – The Fifth Estate

Reviews For A Political Thriller From Holloywood – The Fifth Estate

When we were young, it was very common to see references in newspapers referring to print media as The Fourth Estate. But, the 21st century brought a radical change in terms of how people communicate with each other and also a whole new way of accessing news, namely the digital media, the internet. Suddenly, you didn’t have to wait for the newspaper in the morning, because you have already seen all the news almost in real-time, as it happens around the world. Movie : The Fifth Estate Director : Bill Condon Producer : Steve Golin, Brad Dorros, Michael Sugar Based ... Read More »

The Adventures of Tintin | Movie Review

The Adventures of Tintin | Movie Review

While the two biggest Hollywood production houses have been competing to re-create the animated world of D.C. comics and Marvel Comics in a series of films featuring Spiderman, Superman, Batman, Avengers, and counting, this genre appears to have regained the popularity it enjoyed with children when television was still a new kid on the block and print media was all-powerful. The Adventures of Tintin is one of those highly popular cartoon series that feature the boy hero accompanied by his faithful dog Snowy going from one exciting adventure to another. It started in Europe, when Belgian cartoonist Georges Remi aka ... Read More »