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Yes, more books are planned, but whether any and if so how many will actually be written seems to be unclear at this point. The probably most up-to-date thing I can find from the author at the moment is a short note on his website about a prequel for next year: 2018: USA/UK Publication of Shades of Grey Prequel: 7 Things to do before you die in Talgarth ...


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There's nothing in Great Expectations that would suggest that Ms. Havisham would be interested in speed at all: as far as I remember, we only ever see her inside Satis House, wearing her wedding-dress, living in darkness. The closest we get to seeing Ms. Havisham at speed is when Pip is instructed to walk her around her dining table in Chapter 11 of Great ...


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Daphne Farquitt may be a pseudonym, either an anonymous writer like Elena Ferrante or a collective pseudonym used by a group of writers, like Carolyn Keene or Franklin W. Dixon. Her last name is reminiscent of Lord Farquaad, and may similarly be intended to sound dirty. Being her own genre might suggest that "she" acts like Mills & Boon in the "Next" ...


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There really aren't that many authorship debates, since an author's name will usually become associated with a story whether or not they actually wrote the work in question --- such as Homer (leading to the Homeric Question) or Aesop --- and with the invention of the printing press, they'd usually get their names on the cover to boot. Pretty much the only ...


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There's a larger context to the unresolved cliffhanger, and yes, it is an unresolved cliffhanger. At the end of First Among Sequels, Thursday is fleeing an exploding airship (at the denouement, in an edition of The Eyre Affair [just go with it]), when her usual escape method (bookjumping) has been textually seived out of commission. The context being that ...


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