This honest, tightly written biography is an important look at the creation of one of America's greatest products.
The humble ramblings of high school geeks in their garage, the story of young love, the culture of the 60's and 70's...interesting background to the iconic giant of today.
The varied voices to give life and power to different characters, including Steve Jobs.
When Steve Jobs rejoined apple and brought the company back from the brink. It symbolized what he stood for, what the company stood for and how the power of habit can be a path to success.
Yes. I love the narrator. He builds the tension, yet sticks to the facts. He frequently reminds the listener of the time line which also adds to the tension.
The details about the every day lives of the couple in the White House. I liked the honesty regarding the shortcomings of the president, how politics controlled the social relationships. It was all quite interesting to me.
I like his voice and the pacing with which he reads. He builds the tension nicely.
No, not yet. It just surprised me very much.
This author/reader really impressed me with "Killing Lincoln." I think I should have waited and done a couple of other books before hearing Killing Kennedy. Yet, I am not dissatisfied in any way. Factual, informative, entertaining... Good listening.
This book was not at all what I expected. Tina sounds like a PTO mom on a rant. It was not particularly funny and felt like a lot of work to listen to. I am not a huge Tina Fey fan which doesn't help. I expected a lot more.
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