You can really feel what the author is feeling as he writes in his journal about his first year. I don't agree with his politics, and think some of his fears may have been misplaced, but I haven't gone to Harvard Law School, so I can't comment further.
Has everything I loved in Atlas Shrugged. A great story with philosophy and romanticism spun in. Definitely worth the credit!
His previous books were a little better. Some of my dislike for the book may have come from the narrator. He sounded like a bad high school actor trying to read his lines. He couldn't deliver.
He was a little to chic windy or something for my taste. The book itself was ok, the facts introduced early on don't hold up later in the book. So, its a bit inconsistent. Get past that and you have a decent listen ahead.
The narrator's voice is pretty deep and is hard to understand to begin with, before the dull content. It starts out pretty funny, but then the author must have run out of material on page 8 or 9 so began repeating himself and adding a lot of filler. Sounds like the narrator got board as well as his monotone doesn't add any fun. I was pretty disappointed.
I love this book. Especially the part about men & women and who is in charge - really. It's so true!
The book itself is pretty good, but the narrator
is annoying. Every scene is read in a voice that
sounds like she should be narrating for playboy. It's not easily described, really urgh!
The book is pretty good, in parts it repeated alot and felt like it was talking down to me. Picks up and gets more interesting about half way through.
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