Steve Jobs - Walter Isaacson

Steve Jobs

By Walter Isaacson

  • Release Date: 2011-10-24
  • Genre: Biographies & Memoirs
  • Book: Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 19,809 Ratings)

Steve Jobs Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Steve Jobs is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.

User reviews about the book

  • Re-invent The Coffee Shop : By Wake & Bake

    5
    By Wake & Bake Breakfast Club
    Young Innovators dream to create change in the world. Gives you new energy and outlook in the work. Great work of literature.
  • Engrossing... and apparently accurate

    5
    By Boat Lvr
    It was fantastic to bounce between the competing and opposing portions of Job’s personality.
  • Brilliant and Inspirational

    5
    By Bbobrussell
    Jobs was not a man taken lightly, and many criticize his actions and behaviors, but this book dives deep into the root of why he was the man he was, and how that changed what the world was into what it is today.
  • 20,000th Review

    5
    By CSpecht89
    I normally don’t write reviews, but when I saw here were 19,999 reviews on this book, I just had to be 20,000. I added the digital collection to my library because it seems appropriate. I am impressed that this book is often updated with content, corrections or other minor edits. Very cool. It’s an interesting, in-depth read from what feels like (even if it isn’t) an unbiased point of view about the genius that made Apple tick. I feel the stories are accurate, fair and well-written. Certainly worth a couple of read-throughs. Very cool.
  • The story of a successful man!

    5
    By metunx
    Amazing
  • I never knew

    5
    By TeriZw
    Excellent biography of an excellent man.
  • Really good tale of job's life

    5
    By a123r
    Really good tale of job's life
  • Disappointing

    2
    By Nina Seer
    The pictures are small and not pinchable. You'll see transcripts of audio and video tapes instead of links to actually view the content described. Major disappointment in a book that should have had technological enhancements the man himself created that are so readily available.
  • Steve Jobs

    5
    By MJInspires
    I wish that I had met and known him. By the end of this book I feel as though I did. It depicted all sides of a man whose thought process is unlike most. I highly recommend it, particularly to those who aspire to creating things and building a company.
  • An Ode To A Visionary

    5
    By teenagecriminalmastermind
    The book is like the man himself - you will glorify it, villify it, revere it, hate it or admire it, but you will always remember it. Thank you, Steve.

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