Meryl Streep is a wonderful narrator. You can get lost in her delivery of Ephron's witty and timeless story of divorce. Ephron writes an autobiographical account of her real-life divorce to Carl Bernstein. The events leading up to the split are heartbreaking and gut wrenchingly hilarious.
Ephron spins a domestic dissolution into a timeless comedy.
Streep's portrayal of Richard and Juanita the maid were laugh out loud moments. Her performance of Rachel transforms Rachel into a real person and not just a witty woman reminiscing on her bygone divorce at a cocktail party.
It's a perfect title.
The story started slowly but picked up an hour or so into the tale. Stick around and you will enjoy the magical imagery.
Yes. Memoirs are one of the best genres for audio and this one delivers. Great mix of humor and compelling bio.
The move to New York state.
The case of the missing Calvin Klein Skirt.
She is a performance artist with theater chops. Her memoir is well written and her character delivery brings life to her story. Well done.
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