Yes, I loved Nora Ephron's other books.
The stories were all from the 60's and 70's and I found them hard to follow. They were not interesting either. I kept thinking, what is this about?
I guess so.
They are stories and overall not very interesting ones.
Overall, maybe 1 or 2 stories were of interest, the others were boring and very unfamiliar, not sure who they are for.
David Mitchell is funny and the book is touching.
When he talks about falling in love, it was beautiful.
Yes, and listened to it over and over again.
I didn't expect to love this book, the preview didn't grab me, but I just loved it.
Less description of uninteresting moronic detail: "I had the Cesar salad and Johnny had a steak."
She has nothing of interest to say. Oh, except when she's trashing her married lover's now dead wife. Nice one.
The performance was fine.
All of the above.
The author proclaims to be new age-y and into karma, honesty, etc. Yes she's having an affair with a married man, gets pregnant by him, lies to everyone, trashes her lover's wife, calls her a 'witch on wheels' and talks about how horrible the wife was and she is dead and cannot defend herself. I think that's lousy.
The narrator was fine.
No new information, except that Jose Baez is a bit up himself.
I much preferred the book by the prosecutor.
I did not stay interested, my mind wandered while listening to it.
It seemed to repeat the same information over and over again.
She had the same voice for every character, I could not keep them straight.
I still can't keep them straight.
This may be a book you need to read instead of listening to, as I found it confusing.
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