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Steve Jobs was just four when his father abandoned his family. Less than two decades, he would commit a similar act, denying paternity of his illegitimate child, and thus forcing the mother to go on welfare even though he was already affluent. The mother of the infant girl was Chrisann Brennan, the author of this book. At first a high school chum and then his first serious girlfriend, Brennan watched as Jobs' worldwide vision took over, turning a once idealistic young man into someone whose emotions had somehow become monstrously misshapen. This memoir, so different from any other book about the Apple icon, makes fascinating, if sometimes disturbing reading.