Fisher has had an amazing career from appearing in a history-making film, to publishing a novel, and becoming known as a script doctor, having had unspeakably famous parents, and achieving a whole 'nother bout of fame as an amusing figure who's now beyond all of that, and more interested in everything than in her fame. I have loved her novels, and I've loved her in everything she's done.
All of her books are deeply personal, but this one made me so sad. I miss her, this woman I didn't know, with her dog, and her mother. I'm so sad for her family's double loss. I'm sad that she'll never write anything ever again, let alone share a few embarrassing lines from her teenage journals.