No complaints really, good story line, excellent narration the moral of the story unfolds at the very end and at times I wished it would just unfold sooner so I'd better understand why the characters made some of the choices They did. Worth listening to, but if you are only wanting to read one book by Ayn Rand go with Atlas Shrugged and focus on how detrimental liberal politics can be, and how awesome the business men are that allow life and existence possible on our grand scale and how screwed up our country will be if we keep on the path we are going on.
My only complaint is the editing. The chapters begin so abruptly that the words seem like a continuation of the precious chapter's last sentence. But otherwise great
Quality and functionality without materialism.
Give this book a shot and it will likely have a profound effect on you. Christopher Hurt was outstanding as the narrator.
Thank you Ayn Rand. Timeless for us few, and encouraging for the remainder. I need to type 7 more words for Amazon to accept what I finished in 13.
I loved the reading of this work of literary genius by Christopher Hurt. He gave each character a unique voice and didn't hesitate or stutter between characters during conversation.
As far as the story, I think Atlas Shrugged is better, but this book makes a lot of great points, too, but in a more subtle way, via the personalities of each of the characters.
Excellent choice of narrator for a classic story. Interesting character study as well as examination of intellectual ideals. Highly recommend.