This is a long book. 25hrs. Double the speed and its still an easy read. It’s a good biography covering everything from the early back ground of Jobs and his ancestors through to his death. It’s an inspirational read to see how an adopted child came from a working class background to become one of the moderns worlds most revolutionary and entrepreneurial men. Theres some revealing insights into his professional, relationship and personal life. Inspiring read, if a little long, and one that I am still listening to today. Its a bit like all the ‘Jobs’ films in one with A LOT more detail.