The full-length book version is my favorite of Ayn Rand's works (having consumed 4 so far). This abridged audio version was a good listen but misses out on some depth (as expected) and excludes at least one character completely (Catherine Halsey).
I love (my part) in a philosophical discussion. Maybe that's why I wasn't so into this book, but who am I to give bad ratings to such a classic?
I just didn't get this novel. Perhaps I just don't really like novels. I thought the characters were boring, melodramatic downers and I dunno. I'd like to have a discussion with someone who is educated and who wouldn't get mad at me for asking stupid questions about it
The first Ayn Rand book I read was Atlas Shrugged and it was amazing. This is Ayn's next best book and it actually is the one that made me a believer that Ayn is not a one hit wonder but an excellent all around author. the person reading was especially good and really gets on the the characters mood. I love everything about this book.
I enjoyed Atlas Shrugged so much that I thought this would be a home run too. My expectations were too high. This one was a bit too odd for my liking.....but still a good read overall.
In the world we live in today so many us try to hide or pretend to be something we're not but in this novel by Ayn Rand we see the truth behinds ones actions lies deep within and this is something one can simply not put a price on.
I really enjoy this narrator, very easy to listen to and changes voice tone when different characters are speaking. The story itself is a dizzying roller coaster. I enjoyed it thoroughly.
The story of a man standing up for what he believes.
Testimony at the trial no apology
Absolutely but a little long to pull off