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BOOK REVIEW: “The Big Over Easy” by Jasper Fforde (2005)

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I just sat down to write a review of the utterly fantastic Jasper Fforde novel, “Shades of Grey.” As usual when I review something by an author I’ve covered before, I skim my past reviews of said author, just to make sure I’m not re-covering the same ground. Though this is the fourth of the man’s novels I’ve read, I was pretty stunned to find that the *only* review on the site was this one for “The Fourth Bear”
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(Vaguely)SCIENCE FICTION BOOK REVIEW: “The Fourth Bear” by Jasper Fforde (2006)

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It is a little-known fact about Cucumbers that as they grow they can filter Deuterium and Tritium from groundwater and store it in themselves in ever-greater concentrations. This isn’t a problem ordinarily as Deuterium is harmless to people and cucumbers are, on the whole, pretty small. However, if a cucumber were grown to a weight of exactly fifty pounds, it would have reached critical mass and would explode like an atomic bomb. A thermo-Cucular Bomb.

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