I have already read other books since I read the latest bio of Steve Jobs and didn't wrote my thoughts, so here It Is.
It is a more concise and with a faster pace compared with the official one done by Walter Isaacson. That being said it didn't lack any relevant Information and was able to add some new jams. The final chapters were the ones I like the most and where the portrait of Jobs seemed more detailed. The authors had access to a lot of close persons to Jobs that provided a more comprehensive picture.
A must read book.