In our endeavour to get to know our neighbours better, every month we ask a prominent citizen of the town to tell us what book they would take with them to the Middle of the Desert, apart from the complete works of Tolkien and Cervantes. This week we have asked Laurel Lewis:
“A favourite book? I’m quite selective about what I read. A lot of people recommended American Gods recently, and though I enjoyed some parts, I don’t think I would put it between my top books. I mean, when you are one of the most powerful people in the known Multiverse, not much is surprising. If I am to make a confession here, I will say that I read obscure and mostly unknown Basque poetry from the XIXth and XXth centuries”.