A second excellent entry in the Lulu series, with great wit, voice, cynicism, irony, artwork, design, presentation, and character growth. I re-read the first Lulu book to refresh myself before starting this one, and it lived up to my 5-star memory. This one gets a lower rating because a repeat isn't quite as fresh and original and because in this one I found the intrusive narrator meta-asides addressed to readers were a bit overdone, starting to inch from clever toward annoying. Otherwise, a very worthy successor.
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