Review: Small Fry by Lisa Brennan-Jobs
I'm still in awe of how honest and unbiased this memoir managed to be. Nothing was glorified or spun in the author (or her father's!) favor. People say Steve Jobs was a genius and therefore must be admired, and others say he was a terrible father and shouldn't be praised. Lisa Brennan-Jobs shows us how he was a little bit of both. How his genius and his communication skills acted inversely. I would definitely recommend giving this one a go and seeing Jobs through a new lens, one not warped in any way.