@YetiZone I found it fascinating as well. What really leapt off the page for me was her coldness, her sense of entitlement and her disconnect from ordinary voters (all those tales of her hobnobbing in the Hamptons with dot-com billionaires was especially wearing).
It was these three things, along with overweening hubris, much more than the sexism which she cites and which undoubtedly exists, that led to her failure and the end of her political career.
She lost not because she was a woman, but because she was the wrong woman at the wrong time.
After reading the book, I felt that she hadn’t really understood anything, that she had learned no lessons (a bit like those who seem unable, or unwilling, to understand why so many people in the UK voted for Brexit).
She seemed to blame everyone except herself for her defeat by Trump. Her finger-pointing at Bernie Saunders for splitting the Dem-leaning vote was especially obnoxious.
Her ego is as enormous as The Donald’s and her lack of self-wareness is deeply depressing. HRC might be a very unattractive person but she’s written a very good - and rather valuable - book.