I've now read President Bush's autobiography, Donald Rumsfeld's autobiography, and now Dick Cheney's. President Bush's was straight forward, most things having been covered in the news sources. Dick Cheney's was much the same but longer because he spent more time in politics. But Donald Rumsfeld's book was by far the most interesting because of both his career and his character. All three books are worth reading because they cross each other concerning people and events giving a broader perspective, and though none of them is a liberal view point, I'd say President Bush and Dick Cheney are not always as conservative as the media portrays them. The book is long, though, and I would recommend the audio book so you can finish it before you forget what was in the beginning.