When Jobs' friend ,Walter Isaacson, wrote this biography, Steve Jobs allowed him access to all his friends and did not require he would read it before it was published. As well as being a pioneer of Silicon Valley, Jobs was also known as a control freak and this was uncharacteristic of him. In doing so, however, Isaacson was able to write about the whole of Jobs life, from dropping out of college, to releasing the Ipad, including the good, but also the bad and the ugly. The 40 interviews with Jobs himself, as well as the countless others with his friends, colleagues, adversaries, and family, contribute to the accuracy of this book. As well as being accurate, the book is also engaging and well written in exploring the life of Steve Jobs. I recommend this book to anyone interested or researching: Apple, Silicon Valley, Pixar and of course, Steve Jobs. Be warned that the book is over 600 pages long. 5/5. @mittopic of the Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board.

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