The former First Lady of the United States; Michelle Obama, just released her book titled ‘Becoming’ and if you haven’t read it yet, then you seriously need to get on it.
This is honestly one of the best books I have read this year, and we are here to give you three reasons why you should read Becoming by Michelle Obama.
1. This Is The Memoir Of Her Life
Firstly, Michelle Obama, is the first and only African America First Lady the United States has ever had. Not only has she made history for this singular fact, she is also the powerhouse behind the First and only African American President of the United States.
We all know the phrase ‘besides every successful man, stands a strong woman’, well, this is the memoir of that strong woman’s life. The life of the woman who was the force behind creating the most inclusive and welcoming white house in history.
Furthermore, in Becoming by Michelle Obama, you are gently invited into her life. She shows you her experiences that shaped her and molded her to become strong enough to lead all of America.
2. It Has Been Endorsed By Oprah Winfrey
Also, Oprah Winfrey not only hosted the former First Lady and Author of Becoming, she also picked the book as the book of the month for her book club. She said; “I believe it’s going to spark within you the desire to think about your own becoming.”
3. It Will Get You Thinking
Finally, the best things usually make us think. The book Becoming by Michelle Obama is one of those things. The fact that people have different views and are affected by the book in different ways is a big reason why you should definitely grab your copy.
This book is a work of deep reflection and storytelling so mesmerising, that you feel like you lived it. Michelle Obama gets as candid as possible in the book, adding lively wit to her honesty.
Above all, she doesn’t hide her triumphs and disappointments from us, telling the story as is, and giving us our money’s worth!
In summary, you should read Becoming by Michelle Obama, because it is the deeply personal reckoning of a woman of soul and substance who has steadily defied expectations—and whose story inspires us to do the same.