I have completed steve Jobs’ biography after a roughy 3 weeks of reading. The book was written by Walter Isaacson. Obviously the book talks about Steve Jobs’ life and trust me, it was fascinating. This book was full of different stories which kept you concentrated the whole way through. Almost every single page tells a new and different story.
I was interested in reading this book because I looked up to him so I wanted to know more about him. Everyone thinks he was a great man and accomplished many great things in life but that is not the full story. He is entirely different of how the media knows him. I don’t want to spoil the book for you but it was a special person with special skills and habits. I could recommend this book to every owner of an apple product (which is probably the majority of the people reading this).
My quotation was set at the very end of the book where the writing normally gives his own opinion of the person.
“Even though he did not impose his legendary desire for control on this project, I suspect that I would be conveying the right feel for him-the way he asserted himself in any situation-if I just shuffled him into history’s stage without letting him have some last words.”
I found this paragraph really inspiring since he made Steve Jobs have the last words where he is supposed to have them. I think it means that he has much respect in the way of how he lived and how he made decisions. The last words of steve Jobs in this biography are what he think he has accomplished in his life and what failed. He also talks about people and how they were important to him.