Small Fry

Category: Book
By (author): Brennan-Jobs, Lisa
Subject:  BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / General
  BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Personal Memoirs
  BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Rich & Famous
  NON-FICTION / General
Audience: general/trade
Publisher: HarperCollins
Published: September 2018
Format: Book-hardcover
Pages: 400
Size: 9.00in x 6.00in x 1.25in
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From The Publisher*

A frank, smart and captivating memoir by the daughter of Apple founder Steve Jobs.

Born on a farm and named in a field by her parents-artist Chrisann Brennan and Steve Jobs-Lisa Brennan-Jobs's childhood unfolded in a rapidly changing Silicon Valley. When she was young, Lisa's father was a mythical figure who was rarely present in her life. As she grew older, her father took an interest in her, ushering her into a new world of mansions, vacations, and private schools. His attention was thrilling, but he could also be cold, critical and unpredictable. When her relationship with her mother grew strained in high school, Lisa decided to move in with her father, hoping he'd become the parent she'd always wanted him to be.

Small Fry is Lisa Brennan-Jobs's poignant story of a childhood spent between two imperfect but extraordinary homes. Scrappy, wise, and funny, young Lisa is an unforgettable guide through her parents' fascinating and disparate worlds. Part portrait of a complex family, part love letter to California in the seventies and eighties, Small Fry is an enthralling book by an insightful new literary voice. 

 

Review Quote*"Here is a literary coming-of-age memoir of the highest order, the story of a child trying to find her place between two radically different parents, identities, and worlds...Small Fry is a wonder of a book, and Lisa Brennan-Jobs is a wonder of a writer."
Review Quote*"As clear-eyed, amusing, honest, unsentimental and sad as any memoir I've read. . . . Ruefully compassionate and wise. No other book or film has captured Steve Jobs as distinctly as this one. The love between father and daughter, thwarted and baffled as it often is, comes through beautifully."