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The author's answer given in the book is not credible.
I was imprssed with the natural talent Condoleezza had the great opportunities she was given to develop it, and what she has done with it in her life.
This book will serve as an adequate source of information for those, like me, mildly interested in Dr. Rice and her background.
To the point, concise and easy read. Always admired, respected and adore Condoleezza. Reading of her success at an early age tells a story that anything is achievable if you set... Read morePublished 16 days ago by barbara forbes
Okay, so maybe I lied...I'm from England (Europe) and not everyone here hates Condoleezza! i LOVED her back then. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Eric Smith
We chose this book for my book club and we all hated it. Very dry, and disjointed. Condoleeza Rice is an amazing individual, I got that from this book, but it could have been a... Read morePublished 8 months ago by SG
An easy and interesting story and insight into how she was able to reach her potential with parents who wanted nothing but the best for their daughter.Published 13 months ago by B.A.Paine
Very informative of things that she has accomplished in her career that she is to humble to mention in her books. She's my hero in so many ways!Published 14 months ago by Alice Eldridge- Harris
This book, Condi: The Condoleezza Rice Story, allowed me to understand the personal life of Rice and how she become the woman that she is. Read morePublished 16 months ago by John G. Hand
Antonia Felix has put together an outstanding book about an outstanding woman. Being the first woman and the first black person in many areas of society, she has greatly... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Valerie B. Lull
This biography shares the life of the remarkable woman of Condoleezza Rice. She is very well known for public apperances during Geroge W. Read morePublished on August 30, 2011 by John Monroe
I have not finished reading Condi's story but, so far, I am enjoying it. I am sure I will love the rest of it, too. She is a remarkable woman.Published on January 5, 2011 by Evelyn R. Culp