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The later books in the series are somewhat hit-or-miss, and I can take 'em or leave 'em, but this one is just brilliant. The guy comes from a family of Englit academics, and it shows. Set in an alternate 1985, in which literature is taken very, very seriously (and is the only real popculture), Fforde is just so damn clever that I can't get over it. And, actually, I really think that this is a great critical reading of Jane Eyre, since it explains the weird moment when Jane hears Rochester's call across the moor as a moment of readerly intervention and readerly desire changing the story for the better. I love it kind of a lot.