Here’s an entertaining book I just read: Derision Points: Clown Prince Bush the W: The Real Story of His Decision Points by Ted Cohen.
Two words about the title. First, this book has nothing to do with Bush’s book and is not a critique of it. Second, this book is much funnier than the title which was presumably written by a marketer.
This is a based-on-facts fictional account of George W. Bush as a young drunk. Its political utility may be limited given the fact that our presidents seem to obey the same forces whether or not they are dry drunk morons who come from terrible and negligent parents and backgrounds of great privilege.
But the book is pretty amusing on its own, even apart from its connection to our most famous war criminal.