Yes. She covers a lot of ground, I finished it today and immediately restarted. It's the kind of book where I feel like I don't want to miss anything. It must have really made an impact, because I dreamt I was on an airplane with Theresa after finishing it.
Well, as a fan of the show, and having been lucky enough to see her live... I have a soft spot for all of them, but the book is about Theresa's gift more than anyone in the family... but who doesn't love Larry? I also loved the Afterword from Kristina Grish, the ghostwriter.
Having her narrate was essential. It would not be the same if a professional voice actor read it.
Loved it. See her live if you can, even the skeptics walked away amazed by her abilities.
Amy did not disappoint. This book is filled with funny and heartfelt anecdotes about life, work, parenting, marriage, fame, and technology.
I hope Andy Weir is working on another book. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Fantastic narration brought a great story to life. Hard to put down.
Marc Andreesen's name and the name of the firm was mispronounced throughout, giving me the feeling this book was rushed to market. Overall, this book seemed disingenuous.
Largely a salespitch for a $700 course. If you sign up for his mailing list, he'll send you promotions for other people's products.
Too much personal bias and unnecessary content. Would have been more credible with less personal stuff, almost seemed like he was trying to justify the code, instead of just letting the code speak for itself. If your idea is really good, you don't have to work so hard to sell it to others.
Almost everything except the appendix. The main content of this book could have been conveyed more ethically in 30 minutes.
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