I Remember Nothing: and Other Reflections by Nora Ephron

Fans of Ephron’s I Feel Bad About My Neck will be delighted to find the same wit and good humor in I Remember Nothing. For who, if not Nora Ephron, would name her cowlick Aruba after the Caribbean Island where the trees all grow sideways from the strong wind. You don’t have to have an Aruba of your own to appreciate Ephron’s Aruba. Nor do you have to have worked as a clipper, love buying movie tickets ahead of time online, or share your name with a meatloaf to find a little of yourself in Ephron’s essays.  Ephron herself reads the audio beautifully.

About Helen Hokanson

My first library job was at KU's Spahr Engineering Library in about 1992. I transitioned to public libraries in 1998 when I came to Johnson County Library and am thrilled at having found a job where leisure reading is not only acceptable, but encouraged.
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