The Woman Who Died a Lot

The Woman Who Died a Lot: Thursday Next Book 7

Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction
Paperback Published on: 31/01/2013
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The Woman Who Died a Lot
The Woman Who Died a Lot
An apology first-this is my first Thursday Next novel. I know this is a terrible confession, but now I appreciate what I have been missing. Even missing o... READ MORE
Sharon at Maidstone
The Woman Who Died a Lot
I wish it was Thursday everyday!
(Sorry for the terrible pun above!) Jasper FForde just keeps on doing it! What is 'it' i hear you ask?! Bringing out some fantastic books! This latest inst... READ MORE
Stephen Haskins


The seventh book in the phenomenally successful Thursday Next series by Number One bestselling author Jasper Fforde. 'Fans of the late Douglas Adams, or, even, Monty Python, will feel at home with Fforde' - HeraldThe BookWorld's leading enforcement officer Thursday Next is four months into an enforced semi-retirement following an assassination attempt. She returns home to Swindon for what you'd expect to be a time of recuperation. If only life were that simple. Thursday is faced with an array of family problems - son Friday's lack of focus since his career in the Chronoguard was relegated to a might-have-been, daughter Tuesday's difficulty perfecting the Anti-Smote shield needed to thwart an angry Deity's promise to wipe Swindon off the face of the earth, and Jenny, who doesn't exist. And that's not all. With Goliath attempting to replace Thursday at every opportunity with synthetic Thursdays, the prediction that Friday's Destiny-Aware colleagues will die in mysterious circumstances, and a looming meteorite that could destroy all human life on earth, Thursday's retirement is going to be anything but easy . . .

  • Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
  • ISBN: 9780340963135
  • Number of pages: 400
  • Weight: 280g
  • Dimensions: 200 x 131 x 27 mm

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The Woman Who Died a Lot
Thursday lives!
This is a must for fans of Douglas Adams. It begins with a trip to Swindon to find a new job & ends with a pillar of cleansing fire. Inbetween 16 year old ... READ MORE
Peter H