Book Reviews / Food for Thought

Book Review: I Remember Nothing

Do you like Nora Ephron’s movies? If yes, then you’ll love this collection of essays that feel just so quintessentially her.

Much like the women who serve as the focal points of her films, Ephron has lived a relatively blessed life in truly stunning kitchens. I had no idea she came from such an important family in the Hollywood/theater realm. True, I was a bit disappointed to realize she had a large foot in the door, but that makes her no less talented. In this book that’s easy enough to read in one sitting, Ephron muses on topics like having a senior moment, getting taken off dessert duty during Christmas, and which divorces or the good kind.

4 out of 5 stars.

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