Not sure, this wasn't for me. The story was slow and frankly uninteresting.
The accents were difficult to understand; therefore, made the story hard to follow. I found myself not paying attention and having to back it up a lot to get re-engaged.
It's a great story. Isaacson captures the details well.
Jobs gave amazing access to Isaacson so it's more in depth than most biographies. It was raw, honest, and pretty cool to get a glimpse into his world.
A little slow in the beginning and the time line jumps around a little bit, so I found it more difficult to get through in the book format. In the audio version you can just take it in and not worry so much about the slower parts.
No. It's way too long. I did it over the course of a month 5-6 hours at a time. I looked forward to getting back to it.
A little slow in the beginning and the time line jumps around a little bit, but overall a great story.
I've done a few and this one hits the spot with a good story and good narration.
Female narrator (Julia Whelan) has great tempo and does a good job. The pauses in the narration are important for the meaning and she got it.
They did. It took me a few chapters to get used to them switching back and forth, but I liked both of the narrators and would like to listen to more that they have done.
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