Matteson, IL, United States | Member Since 2010
Yes the narrator let you get to know each person as an individual.
Fredrick Douglas was almost as good. He also contributed a great deal for the American people.
No, but I will look for him in the feature.
I did both. But most of all I got to know an outstanding man in Steve Jobs.
This is a must read book. It started out a little slow, but, I am glad I didn't put it down. People know Steve as a co-founder of Apple. But after reading this book. He was so much more. This guy was driven to be the best, He succeded. He cannot be replaced.
Nothing in Particular
All was average
Scott was masterful as usual.
The book before this one was better.
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