George W. Bush
This is Bush's autobiography, and it mainly deals with the major decisions he faced before and during the presidency. The decisions he made about Afghanistan, Iraq, Hurricane Katrina, and the financial meltdown. He also highlights his administrations work on Medicare reform and HIV/AIDs prevention in Africa. Overall, this was insightful. Bush made the politics and issues he was discussing easy to understand, which I appreciated.
I did not read this book because I am a huge Bush supporter. I read it to gain insight on this period of time. I think it's important to hear both sides before you make judgments about what really happened, and this book allowed me to hear the other side of the story. A president's shoes are hard to fill, and I don't envy anyone who attempts the job.