While reflecting on the final stages of her career, this revealing memoir comes to light. A funny and inspiring piece of writing that reveals much about the woman behind the title. In 2001 she was asked how she wanted to be remembered. Her response “I don’t want to be remembered, I’m still here”.
Whilst most would consider potential possibilities of ‘what next’, Madeline did more than that. She not only considered her possibilities but she achieved them. All of them. She wrote, travelled, gave speeches, started a business. She stepped up to empower women, she campaigned and enjoyed time with her family.
This book is intriguing. It shows Madeline Albright at every emotion fathomable. Blunt, funny, intimate, serious and well, downright hilarious. It’s a tale of lessons for life.