Jasper Fforde (1961) received popularity as a British book writer who received recognition for distinct publications. His initial novel named The Eyre Affair became published in 2001. Fforde especially received recognition for the publication of his books Last Dragonslayer (2010) and Shades of Grey (2009). The plots written by Fforde aim to focus on literary word recreations and occurrences of illusions. His publications comprise metafiction, fantasy, and parody elements. Fforde received education at Dartington Hall School and started his career in the film industry as a first assistant camera person. Some films he took part in include GoldenEye, Quills and Entrapment and he enjoys the publication of short stories.