Accompanied by their two young daughters, Malia and Sasha, the Obamas would arrive at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue with the promise of a new Camelot all but assured.
Given the obvious historic significance of what they accomplished together, the marriage of Barack and Michelle stands as one of the great personal and political partnerships in American history. Yet, incredibly, the true nature of that relationship remains a mystery. Until now.
In the style of his number-one New York Times best sellers The Day Diana Died and The Day John Died, as well as his best-selling books about the Kennedys, the Clintons, and the Bushes, author Christopher Andersen draws on important sources - some speaking for the first time - to paint the first complete, compelling portrait of America's first black First Family.
©2009 Christopher Anderson; (P)2009 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Yes I would read or listen to this book again, for specifics.
This story stayed on point for understanding issues.
This Person gave me a deeper emotion in his tones.
The one moment was speaking about the engagement ring at the eatery
I want this writer and audio person to give me more books on our political figures
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