• End of the Road

  • By: Ayn Rand
  • Narrated by: Ayn Rand
  • Length: 25 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 07-15-12
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: ABN
  • 4 out of 5 stars (31 ratings)

Regular price: $6.99

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Publisher's Summary

Ayn Rand presents her views of the world, politics, and human thought.

©2012 ABN (P)2011 ABN

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Love Ayn Rand but,,.,

Even she would rate this at one star. by rational and objective standards, this isucks like Russian heavy metal

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A dated story

Ayn draws on her upbringing to present her
distain for the Vietnam war, and the failure through weakness
of the McCarthy and Kennedy platforms

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  • brenty
  • United States
  • 09-21-13

Ouch.

I really enjoyed The Fountainhead and, upon finishing it, I thought, "What better way to hear more about Ayn Rand's philosophy than from Ayn Rand herself?"

Wrong. While this was mercifully short, as with many authors, I am reminded here why they are paid for their stories and professional narrators are paid to read them to us: step outside the bounds of carefully crafted narrative and professional narrator, and often this is the result.

Caveat audiens.

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