Jasper Fforde

Jasper FfordeJasper Fforde (born in London on 11 January 1961) is an English novelist. Fforde's first novel, The Eyre Affair, was published in 2001. Fforde is mainly known for his Thursday Next novels, although he has written another series, the Nursery Crime Stories series.

Fforde was born on 11 January, 1961. His father was John Standish Fforde, the 24th Chief Cashier for the Bank of England (whose signature used to appear on sterling banknotes). He is the cousin of the author Katie Fforde.

Fforde was educated at the progressive Dartington Hall School, and his early career was spent as a focus puller in the film industry, where he worked on a number of films, including Quills, GoldenEye, and Entrapment

The Great Troll War
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The Constant Rabbit
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Early Riser
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Early Riser
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The Woman Who Died A Lot
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The Eyre Affair
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Something Rotten
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First Among Sequels
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