Yes, I would listen to another Ephron book especially if she reads. She reads very well and hits the irony precisely.
The best thing about the story is Ephron's humorous self-deprecation. She can laugh at herself without appearing to be a fool.
The voice, timing, that hint of New York city in her delivery.
She doesn't miss much of her life but I could have listened to her life in journalism for another hour.
Nora Ephron was very intelligent, clever and witty. What a heavy burden for a woman who would be thwarted so many times. Women - witty? Who needs them? And how smart to women need to be for mothering and wifery? This is a better place because she chose to plod on through the density of male chauvinism and win a place for many.
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