I am not really one for celebrity memoirs. But this one is too intriguing to pass up, precisely perhaps because the author, Lisa Brennan-Jobs, has been largely denied her potential celebrity status by her very famous late father, Steve Jobs. And so hers is not a life-as-celebrity story, but rather, what its like to be juxtapositioned to the like you should be living. Honestly, she gives us more than this. But I find this aspect most interesting.