This book does what a religious and philosophical book should, provoke thought.
I've never listened to Peter Coyote before, but I like the calmness in his voice and thought it matched the subject matter very well. I cannot speak to how well he pronounced some of the names since I am not familiar with the author's language or religion.
Enjoyed the book and will read it again.
I don't know that I will listen to this again, it's 24 hours long. I would recommend it to others.
The author interviewed a lot of people, enemies and friends who had reason to dislike the man. He vetted the information Jobs gave as well as the stories of others. One can get a sense when the author thinks he has a fact and when he isn't sure.
The narrator should pronounce words correctly, or maybe that is his
I've never been an Apple fan or new much about Jobs. But when I got near the end and how iTunes and the iPod came into being. It hit me that this man was largely responsible for revolutionary changes in computing, animated movies, music, and cellular telephones.
This was well worth my time.
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