Friday, November 19, 2010
Former US President George W. Bush's Decision Points, a presidential memoir sold 775,000 copies through its first week of release. E-book sales alone have topped 100,000.
In this book, the two-term US president discusses the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, his decisions to send troops to Afghanistan and Iraq and the response to Hurricane Katrina.
You can read the review from Guardian.
In this book, Bush describes the critical decisions that shaped his presidency and personal life . He defends decision for 'waterboarding' and writes that 'he saved US from further 9/11 attacks'
Amazon gives below description for this book.
Note that Clinton's "My Life" which came out in 2004, sold more than 900,000 copies in its first week.
This book receives mixed response from people.
Many people criticizes his support for using 'waterboarding'. Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, asked George W. Bush not to bring his book tour to Britain, he could face arrest as a war criminal.
You can buy this book from Amazon.com.
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