I just finished reading the biography of Steve Jobs. A tome to be sure, a whopping 571 pages of reading, not including notes, bibliography, appendices, etc. I did not get it finished in the 2 weeks that I had it checked out from the library and had to renew it yesterday, but I did get it finished in 15 days which isn't too bad.
I did not care for the curse words peppered throughout (which were quotes by Steve Jobs), but other than that, the book was well written, the author's style was an easy flowing narrative and covered his entire life in a detailed manner covering his personal and professional life. The biography really gave the essence of who Steve Jobs was and what drove his passion to create incredible products that were the intersection of art and technology (a phrase repeated throughout the book). His insistence on pushing people to create things that they thought impossible drove them to imagine and then create things no one had ever imagined and be able to engineer them
I plan to have my kids read this book. It is a textbook example of thinking outside the box, something that we strive to model to our children. If you don't have the time to read that many pages, I would suggest getting the audiobook. I think everyone can learn something from this book.
I would give the book a 5 stars out of 5.
Now on to my next book - we'll see which one I can get from the library or borrow from a friend next. That will determine what I read next. It sure feels good to read books for pleasure again!