Once in a while I stumble on an audio book that makes me dread it ending. This is one of them. I feel very fortunate to have found such a landmark work and have had the privilege to enjoy it.
I suppose that one cannot but help be influenced by one's own political persuasion when listening to this book. I consider Bush one of the worst presidents ever, but thought I would give this a try. I thought the analysis of the "decision points" were superficial. He spent as much time dwelling on a DUI arrest as he did on taking over a sovereign nation based on false intelligence. I think that is just weird.
It was a good story, but my gosh I was waiting for the end to come. The book could definitely have been shorter without losing anything.
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