Yesterday Drudge Report revealed a few passages from George W. Bush’s upcoming memoir, Decision Points. The memoir hits shelves on November 9. It will cost $35, and the publisher will issue 1,000 clothbound and signed copies at $350 each.
According to the report, the former President avoids discussing President Barack Obama in his memoir. The post also mentions Bush’s thoughts about Pope John Paul II and the former President’s “order to shoot down planes on September 11.”
Here’s more from the Drudge Report post: “‘It was a simple question, ‘Can you remember the last day you didn’t have a drink?’ So begins President George W. Bush in the opening chapter ["Quitting"] from the most anticipated book of the season, the DRUDGE REPORT can reveal. With DECISION POINTS, set for release November 9, Bush pulls back the curtain with a strikingly personal work that takes very few shots at his critics.” (Via Gawker)