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Hillary is such a dynamic woman, I expected more from her book. I enjoyed seeing the white house from her perspective but it isn't a biography. Not what I expected.
This is not the book. This is a speech by Hilary, commenting on the book. The speech itself is good, and she does give a few excerpts from the book, however, I was disappointed that this was not the actual book.
I expected the book and was not interested in the lecture. I still want to hear the book.
I wish I read the other reviews. I was interested in the listening to the book, not a hearing Hillary talk about the book. The title of this selection should really be changed.
I was surprised to find this book was only 1 CD long. I thought it was her autobiography so I was disappointed that it was merely a speech.
I also enjoyed listening to the speech, but was really disappointed because I thought it was going to be a reading of the entire book. Description is missleading.
I enjoyed listening to the speech, but was really disappointed because I thought it was going to be a reading of the entire book.
Although I don't support abridged versions, this one provided a more than adequate representation of the former First Lady's experiences leading up to and during her years in the White House. I would have liked to have heard more about her decision to run for Senate, but she provided an amazing overview of the Clinton presidency with a balanced presentation of both the good and bad. The 90's were an amazing decade and the Clinton's helped to shape the economic recovery and fostered renewed optimism. The book provides a nice reminder of the events of that decade which had us living the good life in the shadow of forboding about what was to come in 2001.
I thought this would be a reading of part or all of her book. That is not what it is. It's a 37 minute speech she gave at a college that includes bits and pieces from her book.
Mrs. Clinton presents an interesting perspective on events. About what would be expected from the left side of the aisle.
Hillary Rodham Clinton was elected to the U.S. Senate from New York in 2000 and is the author of "Living History; An Invitation to the Whitehouse: At Home with History;" and "Dear Socks, Dear Buddy: Kids' Letters to the First Pets. "