Howdy, /lit/. Has anyone here read Dubya Bush's 41: A Tale of My Father?
I saw it in a book shop the other day and l considered buying it, but l thought l should ask someone else's opinion on it first. Care to share some thoughts?
You are correct, but it seems obvious that the attempt was to paint his father as a decent, kind, family man so that he would then be seen in a greater light. I would by no means recommend it unless, like I said, you're interested in the Bush family for odd reasons.