Barbara Walters has done SO much and with such a great attitude. She's changed the way women are viewed and treated in television. I really enjoyed this book. I'm not a very political person, so some of the foreign leader interviews weren't super interesting to me - but the way they were communicated were always with a personal focus which is something you don't usually get when watching a formal interview.
The first few hours were interesting - but now I've been wading through several hours of them having various suggestive interludes, then sex. Enough already. Where's the story. It reminds me of a 2 1/2 hour movie that could have been a great movie at 1 3/4. I'm all for sex in romance books - but I feel like the same dynamic is being repeated over and over and over and I find myself praying that she'll get away and back to the present time just to get away from this predictable love affair. *yawn* I just can't finish it.
I just didn't like her. She made everything sound nonchalant and I suppose it is - but it just aggravated the repetition.
One of the best books I've ever read - nevermind heard. I felt like she was speaking right to me and at such a pivotal point in my life. I let my husband - an extrovert - read it too - and he has gotten just as much out of it - although completely different.
If you're an introvert who feels like you have to be an extrovert to get ahead, or that your
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