Top 10 Books on George W. Bush

 

George W. Bush is an important figure in American Politics, and a controversial one too. Because of this, he has been the subject of various books written about not just his time as a president, but also some big controversies that he was involved in.

Dead Certain

This book will take on a journey to the white house as it was during the presidency of George Bush.

Read it For:
It highlights effectively the chaos that was prevalent during his time as the president. This book focuses on the decade in which America during the presidency of George Bush was mostly on the verge of war.
Don't Read it For:
This book seems to be incomplete. The author has not covered everything that he should have,
What makes this book stand out?:
This book effectively gives the reader an idea of the president’s personality and how it affects his decision making

The Faith of George W. Bush

In this book, the author determines how Bush’s spiritual and religious life and beliefs shaped how he carried on his political endeavors.

Read it For:
This book takes Bush’s spiritual beliefs and tries to connect his political decisions based on those beliefs.
Don't Read it For:
This book might again be looked as a biased approach by many and may even lead some people to think that it is an insult to religion.
What makes this book stand out?:
This book examines the president’s life from a different perspective. It has been known that Bush was a deeply spiritual man. This book focuses on how he let his faith affect his personal as well as public life.

Days of Fire

Through this book, the author brings back all the drama and commotion caused during the Bush and Cheney presidency.

Read it For:
This book covers the dramatic partnership of Bush and Cheney. How they went from the best of partners to the greatest rivals. It assesses the era of constant losses to America, financial, political, military and what not!
Don't Read it For:
This book is not easy to read and requires a level of attention while reading but is worth all the pain. Despite all that, it is still worth mentioning on the list of books on George W. Bush.
What makes this book stand out?:
The author has presented a remarkable piece of work with the help of some previously unknown documents and references that back up his novel with accuracy.

A Book on Bush

Through this book, the author brings to light the double standards and misrepresentations with which George Bush (Mis)led America during his presidency.

Read it For:
From the time of his coming into action to the attacks on Iraq, George Bush has caused a lot of chaos, and this book covers all of that.
Don't Read it For:
For all the supporters of George Bush, this book is a no-no. It brings out a lot of facts that may be perceived to be a biased opinion.
What makes this book stand out?:
This book not only is very well written but actually presents the areas where George Bush during his presidency, gave an example of the double standards he was leading America with.
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The Lies of George W. Bush

This book as the name suggests, brings to the limelight all the big and small lies that George Bush ever told to the American public to further his own personal interests.

Read it For:
While putting forward the lies told by the President, the author has kept an unbiased approach to seem fair while bringing out the truth.
Don't Read it For:
This book will greatly offend all those who supported President Bush and his administration.
What makes this book stand out?:
This book has been brilliantly written and will give some very accurate information making it one of the best books on George W. Bush.

The Bush Tragedy

In this noteworthy book, the author analyzes those family and close circle of acquaintances that are of vital importance when learning about the downfall of President Bush.

Read it For:
The author has effectively used his resources in understanding the entire story of Bush and examining the psyche of all the main characters that played an important part in his life as a whole
Don't Read it For:
The book though very intriguing and informative seems to fall short somewhere. The author could possibly do a better job.
What makes this book stand out?:
The author does an amazing work of doing some psychological analysis of the Bush family, understanding the differences and presents them equally well.

The President of Good and Evil

This book is an analysis of the constant self-contradiction and ethical confusion which prevailed and was eminent in the policies and actions taken by President Bush.

Read it For:
This book will bring forward the hypocrisy and double standard with which Bush led America for a long period of time.
Don't Read it For:
The author’s apparent aim f bridging the gap between the Bush Hate books and reasonable critique of his administration seems to have been forgotten in the book. He again seems to be a little biased in his approach.
What makes this book stand out?:
The book contains some very relevant and accurate information and justifies its claims that Bush lacked in ethical values greatly.

The Last Republicans

This informative and insightful and one of the most popular books on George W. Bush deals with the relationship between two very notable figures of American history: George W. Bush and George H.W Bush.

Read it For:
This book has been based on extensive research and interviews of the two presidents about each other and their opinions about the other’s administration.
Don't Read it For:
This is more of a biography rather than a political book, this is not for those who are trying to know about political life and agendas of the presidents.
What makes this book stand out?:
This book draws a portrait of both the presidents in a very beautiful manner with the writing.

The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder

This book examines a legal case where George Bush is accused of the murder of 4000 American soldiers who he sent to war against Iraq under false implications.

Read it For:
This book is not written as a story but as a legal case would be presented. It contains harsh truth and nothing but facts about the case.
Don't Read it For:
This book is written in the style of a report rather than a novel, which might not be to everyone’s liking.
What makes this book stand out?:
The facts of the events as it is and the knowledge of law brought forward by the author are brilliant.

Destiny and Power

This is a biography of the life of George W. Bush, highlighting his personal life which he was very private about.

Read it For:
The research done for this book is very extensive, and the work has been drawn from the life of Bush as he noted in his private diaries.
Don't Read it For:
The book moves at a slow pace and can be boring at times.
What makes this book stand out?:
The novel has been beautifully penned down into a very graceful biography, making it worth mentioning on the list of 10 best-selling books on George W. Bush.

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