Walter Isaacson is a great biographer, and this is a wonderful book. Steve Jobs was an amazing genious. Isaacson doesn't sugar coat the story, thougth. He tells it all--the positive and the quirky aspect of Jobs' personality.
No. The narration was very well done. It was easy to listen to.
Very touching. This is one I'll long remember.
I highly recommend this book.
This listen was offensive. Too bad because there MAY have been some good information. However, what I listened to didn't match my values. I discontinued listening.
Cut the profanity. It didn't make him sound more intelligent!
Theodore, of course. He's such a smart kid.
He's easy to listen to.
No, I was fine with stretching it out.
One of the best I've listened to.
In true Grisham fashion, it kept you guessing until the end. I had an idea how it would end, but there was an extra little twist!
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