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Inside this Book – I gobbled this one up in a few short days. As soon as I started reading this, I was fascinated and totally immersed in Lisa’s story. Steve Jobs, Apple, not many happy not heard that too names. I don’t use Apple products myself, don’t even, voluntarily mind you, own a cell phone, but my daughter is an avid user. I’m just blown away by all the interesting non fiction being published right now. This one was garnering such great reviews from critics and readers alike, I had to grab it. Lisa, the eldest daughter of Steve Jobs, her parents never married, separated before the was born. For the first years of her life, he denied she was his child. Eventually, due to child support payments, a judge would order a paternity test taken, which proved she was his. Though for s time he would still deny this fact. When she was a little older he began to pay hef more attention, entering and leaving her life, sporadically. Caught between two such disparate parents, lifestyles, her father alternately demanding, of negligent, her mother struggking financially and emotionally, she struggled to find her place, where she belonged. Such interesting reading, so many insights into a life few will live or see. To say Jobs was a strange duck, with strange ways, is an understatement.
Inside this book –Small Fry PDF Book by Lisa Brennan-jobs – This is a very well written and a very interesting memoir about the complex, distant father that Steve Jobs was to Lisa Brennan. The book joins its great predecessors such as the Educated: a memoir by Tara Westover or We are all shipwrecks: a memoir by Kelly Grey Carlisle that are non-fiction books that read like fiction. All the parts that make a great and compelling read are in place: an unusual and intriguing story, very high quality of writing and editing, maturity of the author able to transcend her experience and personal suffering and able to present an analytical, well-balanced piece of writing that is completely gripping. We cannot avoid rooting for the protagonist of this story and we get the satisfaction by observing how in spite of great adversity, she grows, matures, comes into her own. Lisa Brennan gives justice to the complexity of her father and presents a portrait that is far from simplistic and at the same time very vivid, clear and oddly in accordance with his own rules of esthetics: sparse and minimalistic, devoid of sentimentality.
Small Fry by Lisa Brennan-jobs PDF : eBook Information
- Full Book Name – Small Fry
- Author of this Book – Lisa Brennan-jobs
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Non Fiction, Memoir, Biography, Autobiography
- Download Format – PDF
- Size – 1.62 MB
- eBook Pages –329
- Price – Free