First Son

First Son

George W. Bush and the Bush Family Dynasty

The first and best-selling of the Bush biographies, this work has been universally hailed as the definitive and unbiased look at the life of George W. Bush. Excerpted in several major publications, reprinted in China, quoted and referenced in almost every subsequent work on Bush and his family and his political network, this book remains the starting point for any historical examination into his life and times. Praised by The New York Times, the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, The New York Review of Books and countless other publications, it has become the dog-eared reference work for historians, reporters and academics poring over the life of George W. Bush. Beyond it's lingering historical accuracy, it has been singled out as a rollicking tour de force in political literature: In its review, The Baltimore Sun compared it to works by Tom Wolfe and even Hunter Thompson. Available in hardback and as an updated softcover edition with an additional 20,000 words. The book has been used as the basis for several televised documentaries done on Bush and his family. It has been referenced in countless venues: radio broadcasts, academic papers, newspaper editorials, university forums. The author has been invited to discuss his book with Peter Jennings, Tom Brokaw, Dan Rather, Katie Couric, Bill O'Reilly, Judy Woodruff, Bernard Shaw, Charlie Rose, Terri Gross on National Public Radio and hundreds of others around the nation and the world.

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