This book is very entertaining. As in all other biographical materials I've read in the past, I've always wondered how the narration of events captures what actually happened during the events that the authors are reminiscing. In any case, I thought it was worth the time. Michelle Obama has written this material in a way that allows normal people to relate to her story immediately. Her story obviously is about her being black, being a woman (successful in her chosen endeavors) and being the First Lady of the United States while foremost being a mom to her 2 daughters and a wife to Barack Obama. The invites a lot of thoughts. Among which : 1) It feels like people are led into greatness by their families and other good influences earlier on in their lives 2) Made me feel guilty at some point why I dont really feel the need to contribute something that creates wider social impact 3) Made me think too if 24 hours in Michelle and Barack's context are different from my 24 hours because they seem to be doing a lot. Again, the book is very engaging. It's easy to read. Made me laugh. I even cried when Barack won as if I didn't see it coming but it's just the way it was written. It was entertaining because it gave a first- hand account of what most us will not experience - being the First Lady of the United States! She talked about the fun that came with it but she dwelled more on the responsibilities that came with it. I cannot really vouch the validity of what's in that book but it was a good read so I'm giving 5 stars for that! Good job, Michelle Obama!