The narration was done very well in this book. It was like listening to U.S Grant himself tell you his story. This is a long book and it tended to drag at times as he went into dry detail about large Civil War Campaigns and Battles.
This book is written to aspiring engineers and has a great deal of detail about circuits created by Mr. Wozniak. The book goes into great detail about how he designed circuits for the Apple and other things. I did not know he invented SuperBreakout for Atari. I wish I had a little more education on basic electronics so I could have enjoyed the technical parts of the book. The early years at HP take up a good part of the book. Mr. Jobs is treated generally well in the book except for a time where he cheated Mr. Wozniak out of some money from Atari. Mr. Wozniak makes some references at the end to Apples Rebirth but did not seem to be involved. If you like very tech stuff then you will like this book. The book is written in naive style that lets the reader draw their own conclusion about the characters described. His former spouses are described in such a way that the reader can infer their character flaws. I would think that Mr. Wozniak would not be happy with me taking some of the stories at more than face value. Remember to read or listen between the lines.
This is a short biography of Karl Marx. I am glad I read the short one instead of the long one. This book does not discuss Marxist philosophy as much as it talks about the somewhat pathetic life of the man who was Karl Marx. I was hoping the book would give me an elementary understanding of Marxist philosophy.
This was a very long book about an event that took 38 seconds. Gives a good understanding of the Nationalist movement in Puerto Rico. The book can be a frustrating listen since it will go into hour long side stories about the participants in the shooting.
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