NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • From the creator of American Wife and Eligible . . . He proposed. She said no. Also, it changed her life for eternity. 

"Wickedly astute . . . Sittenfeld's Hillary is both a major part in the Game of Thrones and a romance book courageous woman. She's a splendid boss who has gotten comfortable with herself and realizes how to utilize it. She's whoever she needs to be."— *O: The Oprah Magazine* 

In 1971, Hillary Rodham is a young lady brimming with guarantee: Life magazine has covered her Wellesley beginning discourse, she's going to Yale Law School, and she's on the cutting edge of understudy activism and the ladies' privileges development. And afterward she meets Bill Clinton. An attractive, charming southerner and individual law understudy, Bill is as of now arranging his political profession. In one another, the two track down a significant scholarly, passionate, and actual association that neither has recently experienced. 

In reality, Hillary followed Bill back to Arkansas, and he proposed a few times; despite the fact that she said close to once, as we as a whole know, she in the long run acknowledged and became Hillary Clinton. 

In any case, in Curtis Sittenfeld's effectively envisioned masterpiece of fiction, Hillary takes an alternate street. Feeling question about the planned marriage, she bears their staggering separation and leaves Arkansas. Throughout the following forty years, she pioneers her own path—one that unfurls openly just as in private, that includes running into each other once more (and once more) with Bill Clinton, that brings up issues about the tradeoffs we all should make in building a daily existence. 

Splendidly meshing a riveting anecdotal story into genuine chronicled occasions, Curtis Sittenfeld conveys an uncannily sharp and clever story for our occasions. In investigating the forlornness, moral uncertainty, and iron assurance that describe the journey for political force, just as both the invigoration and agonizing trade offs requested of female aspiration in a world actually run generally by men, Rodham is a particular and remarkable novel.

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