'Huge' demand for Myerson, reviews await

<p>The first literary reviews for Julie Myerson&#39;s book <em>The Lost Child </em>will appear this weekend, including Mark Lawson covering it for the <em>Guardian</em> and Jane Shilling for the <em>Telegraph</em>.</p><p>Bloomsbury, which is rush-publishing the book after the media furore of the past few days, said shops would receive copies &quot;by next week at the latest&quot; and that it was already reprinting the hardback because of &quot;huge&quot; demand in the trade. A trade paperback edition is also being made available for airports.</p><p>Myerson has done a gruelling round of interviews on BBC Breakfast, Newsnight and Front Row (all on Monday 9th March), and there has been blanket press coverage of her book, including features, interviews and book extracts. Newsnight presenter Jeremy Paxman called <em>The Lost Child</em>, which tells of Myerson&#39;s struggles with her son&#39;s drug use, &ldquo;the most controversial book in Britain&quot;.</p>