A whopping big celebration of the work of the late, great Nora Ephron, America's funniest woman writer, creator of When Harry Met Sally and author of Heartburn, I Feel Bad About my Neck and I Remember Nothing.
Nora Ephron was an Academy Award-winning screenwriter and film director of When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle, You've Got Mail and Julie & Julia. She was also a bestselling novelist (Heartburn, made into a film starring Jack Nicholson and Meryl Streep), and journalist. Her last books I Feel Bad About My Neck and I Remember Nothing were both huge international bestsellers. She died in 2012.
"When she died in 2012, the public outpouring made clear how vastly popular she had become,and the great cheerful tome that is The MOST of Nora Ephron looks nothing if not confident of its mass appeal." * The Times Literary Supplement *
"A good reminder of some of the strengths of her remarkable career...for all her clever writing about food, politics and overcluttered purses...(she was) the ultimate romantic." -- Gail Collins * New York Times *
"A big, gratifying collection . . . the work of a brilliant woman." * Los Angeles Times *
"In her incomparable and characteristically unregretful voice, Ephron makes acute observations on each page of this delicious compilation." * Daily Mail *
"Hugely entertaining...What made Ephron great was that she took the very things seriously that others dismissed as frivolous, Cosmopolitan, Teflon, breast size, and, most of all, herself." * Entertainment Weekly *