This book gives you a better overall picture of Bobby's life from early childhood until his death, much more focused on Bobby himself as a person as opposed to Bobby the Chess Champion.
Details about Bobby's wilderness years were very memorable, his quest for a normal life out of the spot light drove him to be a recluse.
Brilliant, concise, and balanced
Having read the Woz bio and now the Jobs bio I can see the two different sides of the coin, and how the dark days of Apple came about, a long with the revival. The best part of the book is that the author neither focused on the negative or the positive, delivered a balanced portrayal of Steve Jobs, on Steve's scale, this book would rate brilliant.
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