Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

 I personally prefer to avoid reading books that are widely talked about. Let the initial hype die out and then take a fresh look at it. This book was all over the place and much talked about the life of Steve.  After the initial noise of initial press about the book had died out, here’s by chance to write about the book.

Isaacson has indeed an uncanny ability to hold the attention of the readers.  He minces no words when it comes to the obnoxious arrogance of Mr Steve Jobs. At the same time he paints a picture of a genius who could captivate the imagination of people around him.  The now  famous “reality distortion field” that Jobs is famous about is craftfully described in the book.

Certainly a good book to recommend.


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