In her autobiography, Michelle Obama offers a unique perspective on what it is like to live under the constant scrutiny that comes with living in The White House. She details her early life in Chicago's South Side, her life at Princeton and Harvard, and her time at a law firm where she met a young man named Barack. She speaks frankly about the struggles of living in the spotlight, of how her desire to support her spouse clashed with her dislike of politics. Free of the scrutiny of being the current First Lady, she lets free her true opinions on the people she worked alongside and the issues she faced. I definitely recommend this book to anyone.