In this beautifully written and propulsive memoir, Huma Abedin-Hillary Clinton's famously private top aide and longtime adviser-emerges from the wings of American political history to take command of her own story. The daughter of Indian and Pakistani intellectuals and advocates who split their time between Saudi Arabia, the UK, and the United States, Abedin grew up in many worlds. Both/And grapples with family, legacy, identity, faith, marriage, and motherhood with wisdom and sophistication. Abedin launched full steam into a college internship in the office of the first lady in 1996, never imagining that her work at the White House would blossom into a career in public service, nor that the career would become an all-consuming way of life. Still in her twenties and thirties, she thrived in rooms with diplomats and sovereigns, entrepreneurs and artists, philanthropists and activists, and witnessed many crucial moments in twenty-first-century American history-Camp David for urgent efforts at Middle East peace in the waning months of the Clinton administration.
• Publisher Simon & Schuster Ltd
• Imprint Simon & Schuster Ltd
• Number of Pages 544
• Dimensions Width: 153mm
• Height: 234mm
• Spine: 38mm
• Publication date: January 1, 2019