In Hard Choices, Hillary documents her time as Secretary of State and this was a great way to get a behind the scenes look at not just at the scope of this powerful role but also at some of more recent historic events - the finding of Osama bin Laden, the rise of Arab Spring, the leadership pas de deux of Vladimir Putin and Andre Medvedev in Russia just to name a few. She writes well and accessibly and apart from having to keep my wits about me with all of the different names, this was an easier read than I expected it to be.
The closing lines in the epilogue - getting back to work - are a telling sign that she's not yet done and makes a nice bridge between her years of service as part the Obama Administration and her bid to be the next Democratic candidate for US President. Enjoyable and educational.
CV for her next job. struck me that each chapter was about ticking a box. Interesting. Now about to read (sorry I mean look at the pictures) of Mr Trump as he doesn't really strike me as a guy who can really string his own sentence together.
This book is a very interesting read. It does not matter is you like or hate Hillary Clinton she is one smart, strong woman. She trully believe the United States of America is the best country in the world. Her comments on other countries and leaders are not mean but you can see they are made because of her beliefs in the American Way being the only way. She is not a lady I would want to make an enemy of. When she refers to her family you can she is very much a proud of her daughter. Also you see no matter what your views of Bill Clinton are that they are a team and they do love and have an total understanding of each other. I personally enjoyed the book. If she ever became the President of the US I think she would be very strong one.