Apparently former President George W. Bush isn’t as unpopular as Democrats have made him out to be. His new memoir, "Decision Points," has sold more than 775,000 copies in its first week, in addition to 100,000 e-book sales, Politico reports
, citing the Associated Press.
With sales soaring so high, the publisher Random House’s Crown Publishers has ordered more books, lifting the total to 1.85 million copies from 1.5 million.
Readers bought more than 220,000 copies in the first day alone, Crown says. That put sales at the highest level since former President Bill Clinton's book "My Life" hit bookstores in 1994. His book sold more than 900,000 copies in its first week.
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