This was a great story. Follow a widow and her daughter on the adventure of a lifetime.
I am still confused by conflicting stories of this disease but this was the most detail I have gotten yet.
I did not enjoy this nearly as much as I did the other "Undead" series.
Does not disappoint. Not Jobs - it's not supposed to be. I read this and then the Jobs book and I was very pleased. This was a much better story, any kid that can learn like he did has a spot in my heart.
I laughed so hard I thought my sides would split. She has had a great life.
Betty White is funny, beautiful and timeless. This is a good book, it's just that she has other, funnier books. That's what you get for living so long, we should all be so lucky.
When you are known for your voice - you have to read it yourself. I had to get past the narration, then I got something out of this book.
An author that isn't afraid to let you have a laugh at her. She tells it like it is, which is pretty damned funny, up until the end (not as truthful).
What you didn't want to know, about what you didn't want to know. There all there, all the famous scientist you've heard about. Makes me wish I didn't live so close.
I haven't always been a Steve Jobs fan, and that hasn't changed, this was a good look inside the mind of a genius.
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