Steve Jobs: American Genius

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Steve Jobs revolutionized the way we work, listen to music, watch movies, and communicate. By pushing boundaries and always thinking one step ahead, Jobs became an icon, equally as famous for his advanced ideas and design aesthetic as his sleek black turtlenecks. What inspired him? How did he do his job? What made him the man he was?

Here is Steve Jobs—the innovator, the rebel, the genius—in an incisive biography of a man who changed the world. Also includes quotes

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Publisher:HarperCollins
ISBN:9780062197665
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Words: 29,486
Unique Words: 2,798
Avg Sentence (words): 16.22
Avg Word (chars): 4.44
Chapters: 37
Paragraphs: 692
People: 228
Places: 58
Things: 143
Adult Reading Time:1:58
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Reading Level:8.2
Complexity Index: 130

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