Audio version is entirely better. It's like I'm having a wonderful chat with my good friend who does all the talking, but I'm ok with that because she makes me laugh so much.
What a treat to hear the words delivered by the author. This book is full of personal recollections which could never have the same authenticity from a hired reader. Her memories of incidents with various women in her life (mother, sisters, best friend Ruthie, writer/heroine) feel like intimate secrets she is sharing just with me. They are personal and universal at the same time.
I am approaching being a woman of a "certain age" so I really laughed out loud during her anecdotes regarding aging, especially her Aruba ( listen to find out).
I would love to go to Thanksgiving with Nora, but I would want to bring the desserts too.
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