Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

W. has his say.In a page-turner structured around important decisions in his life and presidency, Bush surprises with a lucid, heartfelt look back. Despite expected defenses of past decisions, Bush is candid and unafraid to say when he thinks he was wrong. Critics on both the left and right are challenged to walk in his shoes, and may come away with a new view of the former president—or at least ... Read full review

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User Review  - utbw42 - LibraryThing

One of a handful of 5-star books I have read. Every American should read this book, whether you are Democrat, Republican, Conservative, Liberal, Independent, Tea-Party, PETA, whatever. I was riveted to this book. Read full review

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I began reading the book and I am going to buy a copy. President Bush expresses his evolution as a person by explaining his journey spiritually and how it shaped his values and beliefs and thus his life choices and professional decisions. His writing style is forthright, genuine, and sincere. I get the sense I am sitting in his home listening to him tell me about his life. I find his words inspiring, insightful and thought provoking. The book is a call to serve others through sacrifice and faith. I would recommend this book to anyone. Tim 

Review: Decision Points

User Review  - Betsy - Goodreads

I know someone who worked in the Bush White House. He had a LOT of respect for the president, and once told me, "I can see how people can disagree with him, but it's very clear that the president ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kenneth Lorence - Goodreads

This was a great reflection on key times during one of our better presidents. I think he does a great job of providing a fair analysis of his time in office. What comes across clearly is that he leads ... Read full review

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User Review  - Erdoan A. - Goodreads

He who cannot convince himself can convince no one! Read full review

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User Review  - Kevin Hull - Goodreads

At its best when Dubya talks about his early years and shares personal moments that humanize his top cabinet officials. The account of his presidency is, however, as simplistic, superficial and deluded as one would expect from the source. So in that it never disappoints. Read full review

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