Tuesday February 25, 2020

Likeable memoir that fizzles out before its end

15th January, 2015
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Is Norah Casey’s debut book an Irish response to Sheryl Sandberg’s bestselling Lean In memoir? Probably not. A well-known broadcaster and chair of Harmonia magazine company, Casey has many things in common with the chief operating officer of Facebook. Both have climbed to the top of their professions while facing tough hurdles, and both aim to empower the readers who pick up their books.

But while Sandberg largely targets female readers...

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