The story grasped my attention from the very beginning. I laughed and cried with heroes. May be it's not something you want to do on your way to work so bewared.
I don't want to give any spoilers but there are so many moments in the book that I want to go over and over again. I am definitely getting a hard copy of the book.
Kate's performance was naturally interweaved with the story. It was a pleasure to listen to the book while she was narrating it.
This one one of the books that you don't want to stop listening. I usually listen when drive to work. I had to finish the last chapters while I was at home instead of prolonging them for another few days.
I wish there was a different end for Hazel and Gus but "the world is not a grant-wishing factory"
I haven't read the print version. If I have time I would probably prefer to read it rather than to listen. But I was enjoying listening to it on my to/from work.
I am glad that although it's Steve Job's biography, the book also talks about many people who met Jobs at different stages of his life.
No favorite scenes - all the parts are quite good.
Great book. It's not just about Steve Jobs but also about the time and place, and people that he grew up and lived with.
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