By: George W. Bush
Decision Points is a presidential autobiography which serves essentially as a sequel to Bush’s earlier pre-presidential biography named A Charge To Keep. Obviously if you’re a Bush-hater you need not bother with the book. Anyone else may gain insight into the presidency and on of the personal character of George Bush. Still heavily political. I would only recommend it for one who is a regular reader of biography and politics.
Thank you to Multnomah/Waterbrook for sending me a free copy of this book for a review.