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Really enjoyed this book, and didn't want to stop reading until I reached the very end.
Winston's dismal observations about human nature are accompanied by the hope that good will triumph over evil; a hope that Orwell does not appear to share.
George Orwell was a very political writer in books such as '1984' and, this book, 'Animal Farm.'
My first read of a George Orwell novel. The book came highly recommended by a writer friend. Anyway, as a novel, it doesn't score very highly. But as a platform for ideas, it does. Read morePublished 10 hours ago by Tanweer Raza
I've never read a bleaker view of a society where domination of others is the driving force. This novel must have terrified people during the cold war, but even today it serves as... Read morePublished 16 hours ago by John D. Wallace
In August of 1945 a literary bomb was dropped on the world with the publication of George Orwell's Animal Farm. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by Commander Kelly
Essential reading for anyone trying to make sense of where our leaders are steering our culture. Parents should require their students to read this before the allow them to get the... Read morePublished 17 hours ago by Gadget Guy
Increasingly relevant book. Scary in it's realness. Are we doomed?Published 18 hours ago by S.Millien
I thought this book was fantastic. The author spelled it out so that you didn't have to keep stopping to reflect on the ideology, however, it was in no way repetitive or boring. Read morePublished 1 day ago by lulu