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Two-dimensional characters, a poorly-held-together narrative, a ditzy heroine... I can't believe I kept reading, but I wanted to see what happened to these superficial characters. Read morePublished 10 months ago by J. Wood
I enjoyed this cross between a chick book and a spy thriller. Great feeling of the place, and expat life style. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Barbara R.
What Diane Johnson got right in this book is the necessary mindset of being an agent for the CIA. That is who LuLu is and she is on assignment in Marrakech in Morocco. Read morePublished 15 months ago by carol irvin
The book came faster than promised and was in great condition for a used book. I love Diane Johnson and this tale did not disappoint .Published on November 4, 2013 by WordDancer
I thoroughly enjoyed this novel framed through the device of the unreliable narrator, Lulu. Initially appearing as a naiive and somewhat fatuous American CIA agent, Lulu's actions... Read morePublished on August 24, 2013 by Tui Matangi
I enjoy reading Diane Johnson because she manages to be both lively and literate. Her other books--Le Mariage and Le Divorce--had the same easy charm. Read morePublished on November 17, 2012 by Jeannette W. Bertles
Other reviewers have criticized "Lulu in Marrakech" ("Lulu") for poor research about Marrakech, the locale of the story, and for the unbelievability of Lulu herself as a secret... Read morePublished on March 26, 2012 by M. S. Butch
Lulu in Marrakech could be titled "Lulu Clueless in Marrakech." I believe Diane Johnson is our most inspired disciple of Jane Austen, and has in Lulu written her "Emma" Novel. Read morePublished on September 7, 2011 by Patricia K. Peterson