I must agree to disagree with the NYT who chose Small Fry by Lisa Brennan-Jobs as one of the Ten Best Books of 2018 (don’t agree with There, There either, and keep passing up on The Perfect Nanny, which gets terrible reviews on Amazon, but there you go). I do, however, agree with their choice of Educated, a fantastic read (see my review of that choice here). I found Small Fry, the memoir of Steve Job’s estranged daughter to be dull, repetitive, and unenjoyable to read. Quite a disappointment. Perhaps if I had read Steve Jobs’ biography I would feel differently, but this one did not spark excitement for me in the least.