This upbeat, funny and true story is about an American girl who found her superpowers by becoming Clark Kent. She covered some of the most remarkable stories of her time, including the search for kidnapped newspaper heiress Patty Hearst, terrorist Sara Jane Moore's attempt to kill President Ford, civil rights leader Jesse Jackson's historic presidential campaign, the Three Mile Island nuclear accident, and the Reagan White House. Even though she hated politics, Hume's insistence on holding the powerful accountable took her to the top of the journalism heap in Washington. She turned away from joining the new pundit industry to try to reform the system, stirring up powerful opponents along the way. But this tell-all memoir is, remarkably, a love story as well as a look inside the American news media at the height of their power. After her fairytale romance at Harvard lead to a devastating divorce, Hume embarked on a series of dating misadventures that ended with the most impossible (but rewarding) assignment of her life: taking on a new husband and four children, all in one year. Happily married at last, Hume found herself moving into a 65-room haunted castle in Prague, with nine servants and a new target on her back. But her good luck prevailed, and her family flourished, with a dramatic twist of fate at the end that is especially satisfying.