This is wonderful collection of what amount to short quips and observations written in a highly entertaining way. However, even with Ms Lebowitz's rich voice it remains a work far better read on the printed page. After about the 30th short piece that familiar pattern -- which is amusing in the printed work -- begins to become a little annoying.
Still, these pieces are just so wonderful that they certainly surpass most offerings on Audible. In particular the piece on how to tell if your child is a writer is intensely funny.
I guess I've been spoiled by the excellent quality of many Audible "format 4" recordings. This one, available only in format 2, sounds like a reel-to-reel tape made from an old radio broadcast. I generally like Norman Dietz as a reader of Mark Twain: I particularly enjoyed his reading of "The Man Who Corrupted Hadleyburg and Other Stories." But the sound quality here is so bad, I just couldn't finish it.