The most explosive biography of George Washington in 200 years, and 3000 biographies, was written by George Washington's heir.
George Washington's DNA is owned by Austin Washington. So is George Washington's Guide to Greatness. Which can make a new George Washington?
George Washington's descendant vows to clone George Washington.
Well, sort of.
Oxford educated historian Austin Washington shakes things up, by bringing to the world "the first documented clue" showing how George Washington turned himself - from a gangly 15-year old writing dorky love poems to unattainable girls - into a hero so great and so good that he sacrificed everything he gained - and he gained a lot - for ideals of liberty and independence.
Mount Vernon's most storied director, Jim Rees, says "This lively, articulate, and humorous reflection on George Washington's personality" introduces a document, "overlooked by historians for two centuries," which shows "exactly how George Washington turned himself from a relatively poor boy with limited prospects into the heroic leader he became."
Dr. Theodore Crackel, Emeritus Editor of The George Washington Papers Project, says that Austin has created "a book that will reward readers in today's fast-paced and attention-deficit world. It's a very new take on a very old tale."
Robert Williams, of Rooftop Reviews, sums it up most succinctly, calling The Education of George Washington "The best book ever written about the Father of Our Country."
There you have it! (Or, you don't, yet? Well, now you do:)http://www.AustinWashington...