Below is a comment and an abstract from the book. This from the blog The Cedar Lounge Revolution.
Bush recounts how he ordered the US to plan strikes against operations against specific targets in Iran and Syria (so much more than the usual plans that are locked in a drawer to invade pretty much anywhere), shifts the blame for the response to Katrina elsewhere, defends his various wars, praises Tony Blair, and defends the use of torture
Of Katrina, Bush writes
Five years later, I can barely write these words without feeling disgusted. I am deeply insulted by the suggestion that we allowed American citizens to suffer because they were black… The more I thought about it, the angrier I felt. I was raised to believe that racism was one of the greatest evils in society.
As a white Republican from Texas Bush was always going to be accused of racism here and there. Personally, while I was opposed to many Bush policies, I always got the impression that he was quite a compassionate man. I still think that.