Nothing to change. It was just depressing
Nothing to change. It's what really happened.
It isn't Altas Shrugged, that's for sure. It was tough to get through. The story itself was just plain depressing. The fact that it is so real to life and what actually happened over there in the 1920's makes it even harder, I had to force myself to finish the book. It did drag in lot of areas and it just didn't keep my attention like her other books.
I will and I already have. I have my favorite parts that I skip to.
None yet. I listened to We The Living but it wasn't nearly as good.
I wouldn't give it one.
I had heard about this book and I saw the movie of the first part that came out in 2011. However, it is hard to make a movie out of a book where there is a lot of thinking. You can't capture the thought process that well. The book exceeded my expectations and made me wonder why some things (like the cheering people on the first John Galt run) were not in the movie.
Mr. Hurt did a GREAT job. He really put a lot into the characters. The background audio is choppy but it didn't detract from the book at all. All in all a great read. On to Fountainhead.
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