Woodrow Wilson, it seems to be, was the first modern President. A man who ran the office as a Prime Minister with reform-oriented goals.
Carrying the Fire by Michael Collins is intelligent and practical, engaging the reader in an articulated and fascinating narrative.
The Bully Pulpit by Doris Kearns Goodwin could be considered three books in one. Two biographies and a history of investigative journalism
I specifically enjoyed Mr. Tetro’s techniques of aging his paintings. How he managed to buy old paper, as well as interesting tidbits about art history.
All About Me! concentrates more on the author’s entertainment portfolio, and all the things which made Melvin Kaminsky into Mel Brooks.
I especially enjoyed reading about his relationship with General Sherman & Abraham Lincoln. Grant writes in direct and precise language, with a clear narrative
Tarantino appreciates movies and has much passion. He’s not a casual movie buff, he writes well & doesn’t hold back from showing his wit, knowledge, and insight
Whether it’s from his career as a bodybuilder, movie star, or politician Arnold doesn’t hold back a lot. He’s not afraid to tell us of his failures, and success
Opposable Thumbs is informative, and I feel as if I somewhat got to know the two men, it’s easy to read and gets its points across clearly without much fluff
After reading this book, I agree with the author that Grover Cleveland deserves to be better remembers than just a trivia answer