Gabriela Montes's Reviews > Steve Jobs
Gabriela Montes's review
Sep 15, 2015
This book has no words on how I should describe it. It is that amazing; it's even like Steve Jobs wrote the biography himself! The author has clearly taken the time to ask the man himself questions that readers like you and me would've been dying to ask him, to find the contacts of all the people whom Steve Jobs knew rather well to interview them about Jobs' life, and to make sure that all of the information gathered was put into good use. Isaacson writes, "For Steve Jobs, the ascent to the brightest heaven of invention begins with a tale of two sets of parents, and of growing up in a valley that was just learning how to turn silicon into gold." (Isaacson xxi). Just by reading this, I know that the book will be a good one to read. This book - to me - has no weaknesses, but it has multiple strengths. One powerful strength is that this book is one powerful resource if a student would want to do a research paper about the father of Apple. I would recommend this book for people with a taste for bio- and autobiographies, because this biography is among the best that I have ever read.
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