Book Review: Sex, Lies & Bonsai by Lisa Walker

I chuckled my way through Lisa Walker’s latest book, Sex, Lies & Bonsai, and I’m sure most people will too. I bought the book after listening to Lisa speak at the 2013 Literati on the Gold Coast. Imagine being the daughter of a world-famous surfer and being too afraid to go into the water, let alone surf. Edie, the star of Lisa’s story, is a pale-skinned redhead in a coastal town filled with bronzed surfers. She is also a poet and graphic designer, but after a love affair ends badly, she relocates to the town where she grew up and secures a job at the local university drawing crab larvae, and turns her hand to writing erotica rather than poetry, with hilarious and sometimes disastrous consequences. Lisa has crafted a clever, funny story with likeable characters and I can’t wait for her next one.

Title: Sex, Lies & Bonsai
Author: Lisa Walker
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 9780730496793

Available from Amazon


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