We say something like
He is no ordinary human being.
This phrasing gives the negative more emphasis than usually given by negation device "not"
He is not an ordinary human being.
It is this added emphasis that I am trying to induce in the following sentence, but I have some doubts as to the usage of "no" after the verb "makes"
Her mastery of French makes her no typical member of the laity.
May I have some feedback on the sentence, please?
PS: And if the sentence is Ok, would the following sound better:
Her mastery of French makes of her no typical member of the laity.