astounding (Mark Prigg Evening Standard)
richly entertaining (Toby Young Mail on Sunday)
exemplary (Michael Bywater Independent)
riveting (Tim Martin Daily Telegraph)
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THE biography of Steve Jobs. A must read for all those entrepreneurs around: Steve's ideas and managerial style can boost your business beyond your imagination.Published 5 days ago by F. Ascoli
The book has been printed wrong (some pages were bigger than the front cover). Such a shame since it was a present for a friend.Published 6 days ago by hannah
Interesting read, very insightful and accurate. Contributions from a wide variety of people and all the major players in the Steve Jobs story.Published 10 days ago by Pally
I have turned into an apple addict and can't live without iPhone, iPad and my macs. Hence I was curious to find out more about the man behind apple. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Thorsten Altenkirch
Book was offered to my youngest son. He is working in IT and sounds very interested in the subject. Not a regular reader, he however started to read it with pleasure. Read morePublished 19 days ago by nicolemahieux
isaacson idolises jobs too much to write a good book about him. i learned a few things about jobs, but i wish it had been better written or more arms-length. Read morePublished 21 days ago by badams
Interesting book. My main take away is that he rarely wore shoes and would go about bare foot most of the time
Occasionally he would go bear foot, and one he went hare... Read more