genius, genius, genius
Duh, of course, Steve!
I found him hard to listen to in the beginning and felt he lacked the excellence Steve Jobs would have demanded. But, either he improved or I got used to him or perhaps I was so absorbed in the details of the story that it didn't matter anymore.
I was astonished at the depth of Steve's involvement with everything and equally astonished at Walter Isaacson's ability to convey it all. I was also grateful that Isaacson was able to capture Jobs' personality traits throughout and a host of other people involved with him.Cry, yes — this incredible man is gone and will will never know how else Steve Jobs would have changed our lives.
A spectacular book about an incredible person. Kudos to Walter Isaacson for informing us so well. I only wish the book had been written years before as well as now.
It's hardly a story. And, the main character's narration irritates me. I disregarded the other reviews that said that it's mostly a dog training book. I love dogs and am interested in their training so I thought the book would be interesting. NOT! Don't waste your money like I did.
Have a deeper, more interesting story.
Maybe it's just me but I couldn't stand the main character's voice. The others were fine.
Very disappointed. I usually like Nora Roberts but certainly not this time.
Yes, I would but perhaps in a year or so.
Well, not necessarily on the edge of my seat because it wasn't that type of story but it was extremely interesting and realistic. I appreciated all of the legal technical details — it made it more like a biography than a story.
How Rudy took advantage of his phone having been tapped to mislead the other attorney.
This book is much better than the film.
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