by Lisa Brennan-Jobs
Reviewed by Linda:
Named one of the New York Times’s ten best books of 2018, this memoir by the eldest daughter of Steve Jobs is a powerful and painful account of her childhood. The founder of Apple was a master manipulator as a father, repeatedly threatening to exclude her from his life if she didn’t follow his many (often eccentric) life choices. The author finds it takes decades to understand her father and her own relationship to him.