I am a big fan of Woodward’s book Plan of Attack: The Definitive Account of the Decision to Invade Iraq which described in detail how Bush made the decision to go to war in Iraq. It’s probably the only somewhat neutral treatment I’ve seen on the subject. I also enjoyed audio (and abridged) versions of Bush at War and State of Denial. I’m working my way through The War Within still. I’ll be adding Obama’s War to my list. (Probably the abridged audio version.)
If you haven’t read Plan of Attack, I think that should be required reading for all world citizens that either breathe or have pulses or possibly both. But be prepared to have everything you think you know about how we got into war in Iraq challenged. It seems to be a painful book for both sides to read which is why I think it’s probably basically true. Oh yeah, and also he backed it all up with thorough documentation too for those that are into that sort of thing.