Lou Reads is back!

by Nikki Tranter

17 July 2008

 

She’d been away so long, I missed her return. It was only while attempting to organise my Firefox Bookmarks tab that I stumbled across new posts on Lou Reads. Prior, I’d not read anything new since January.

It’s good to have her back, and she’s apparently been reading a lot and quickly, so I’m hoping there’ll be fewer month-long waits between posts. Lou’s reviews are some of the best out there—funny, warm, smart, and, most importantly, aimed squarely at the reader as avid as Lou herself.

Check out her latest posts on Mary Roach’s Bonk, Steven Hall’s The Raw Shark Texts, Geraldine Brooks’ March, and others.

 

 

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