Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future$16.98
What We Like
- Give a lot of insight into Elon Musk
- Thought provoking regarding other world issues
- Provided background on the companies and their struggles
What We Dislike
- At times a little dry
- Slightly biased towards success
It is not often that a single name can resonate with so many people over so many different thoughts and feelings. Following the ‘real life Tony Stark’ the author takes a look at one of Silicon Valley’s most unpredictable and ambitious members to date.
Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future is a journey though the technology and vision that Elon Musk helped to carve out. These visions included SpaceX, Tesla and SolarCity as well as a $1.5 Billion departure from PayPal.
Ashlee Vance provides an engaging and thought provoking experience, showcasing successes and failures along the line – from a loud and wild start in South Africa, moving to the United States and of course the number of technological innovations and advances – you will put the book down knowing more about Elon but more importantly, about your own potential.
Ashlee Vance uses a type of writing that is addicting and exciting, taking advantage of Elon Musks achievements to spotlight questions of our own age such as pondering the thought of how global competition affects inventors and creators to shape the modern world.
Compared to the likes of Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Howard Hughes, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates among many other – Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future is a book that opens our minds to the historic events of Elon himself.
If you are a fan of Elon Musk or are simply into the technology that he has helped to create and shape, Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future is for you.
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