Beautiful, tragic, and motivating.
The fine details of the characters, nature, the body, the brain and our healthcare system.
Her voice conveys real emotion: calm, frustration, sadness, guilt, desperation, love, respect, and peace. Also, she made the many medical terms and descriptions easy to understand and visualize. (I would have glossed over them if reading.)
Yes, after a seven hour drive I wanted to sit in the car just to hear more.
As far as comedy based, it was the first and it motivated me to buy more because it was so good.
Billy Cystals's Stll Foolin' 'Em. Marshal's too was laugh out loud funny but also had some very touching moments as well.. She has a similar positive way of viewing difficult life experiences.
Her authentic, natural voice.
Yes, when her and her brother funded a dance program/studio at a university bearing her mother's name.
Laughing out loud!
There are too many but generally his relationship with Mohamed Ali.
You don't know the half of it!
Most: the details of his personal life prior to and away from work. Least: all the rehashing of conversations/conflicts with co-workers.
Sure, even though this book wasnt for me. I got the feeling that Steve Jobs might have redirected the focus of the book to do a little axe grinding.
Sure, but there were too many characters that were unknown to me and they weren't developed and became boring.
Not for my taste. I got extremely bored and began skipping chapters after listening to a few minutes.
I don't mind raunchy humor or salty language but I couldn't get past his masterbation references.
I'm sorry, but hit the stop button.
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