OK, I gotta be honest. I didn't finish this book yet. I plan to...I just haven't yet. I am a pretty big George W. Bush fan, and I respect him and many of the decisions that he made while in office, but there were also decisions that I didn't agree with or understand at the time. Not very often do we get the chance to read about the background information on the major (and minor) events in a president's life, so he is to be commended for making himself vulnerable in that way. He admits in the book that not every decision he made was good, and he might choose differently given more information at the time. We also get some of his life story...what made him into the man who became President. His childhood and his relationship with his parents, his struggle with alcohol abuse, and his relationship with his wife and daughters were particularly interesting. His writing style seems random...a story here, then off on a tangent, then back to the main sequence of events, but I didn't find that too distracting. I'm now to the point of 9/11, and for many of us, that will be most interesting we all had our eyes on the President as he led our nation through that most difficult time. So I read on...I am confident that it is time well spent.