Born and raised in San Francisco, Louisa attended college at New York University. She currently resides in New York City. Brave New Girl was her first novel.
Louisa Luna recommends
The Late Bloomer (2018)
"Harrowing, unsettling and exquisitely written, The Late Bloomer is part War of the Worlds, part Twilight Zone, and part Shirley Jackson. It is an unforgettable, unforgiving vision of the end of the world, of those who attempt to survive and those who wish to stop them. The images conjured here will haunt you long after putting it down. Good luck, dear reader."
The Plotters (2018)
"Imagine a mash-up of Tarantino and Camus set in contemporary Seoul, and you have The Plotters. Filled with unexpected humour and exquisite fight scenes."
You Can't Catch Me (2020)
"Catherine McKenzie proves once again she is a master of the psychological sleight of hand. Reading You Can’t Catch Me is like being blindfolded and spun around so many times that when you finally see straight, you can’t tell who’s good, who’s bad, or who holds the cards. Unputdownable."
The Devil Himself (2022)
"The Devil Himself is a sharp take on a southern gothic fairytale - extra dark and cathartic, just the way I like them."
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