I Feel Bad about My Neck: And Other Thoughts on Being a Woman

Nora Ephron, Author, Nora Ephron, Read by
Nora Ephron, Author, Nora Ephron, Read by Random House Audio Assets $29.95 (0p) ISBN 978-0-7393-4292-3
Reviewed on: 09/04/2006
Release date: 09/01/2006
Ephron's eclectic essays about life as an older woman certainly provide humor and insight into the lives of sexagenarians who have spent most of their lives as city girls. She both mocks and embraces the lifestyle she has maintained over the past decades. Whether she is waxing poetic about the rituals of everyday life, her love-hate relationship with purses, her affinity for celebrity chefs or her obsession over her apartment, Ephron delivers this audiobook in the spirited tone of one who is at peace with the life she has lived. Her gentle comedic delivery of punch lines will evoke smiles in listeners. While her sincerity at times clashes with her sarcasm, causing the listener to pause and determine what she meant, she still produces moments where her positive energy summons up a picture of her smiling as she reads into the microphone. Ephron's writing style lends weight to these brief trysts into the personal and worldly, strange and mundane aspects of her life. But mostly, her voice evokes the image of a serene and wise woman providing her insights.Simultaneous release with the Knopf hardcover (Reviews, June 6). (Nov.)
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