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I love this book and it takes all of what... an hour to two to read it?
And indeed, they are often sophomoric insights that are the beginning stages of a dialog, not the endpoint Rand makes them out to be.
I bought Atlas Shrugged and read that Ayn felt you should read Anthem as well to get the full concept of her story.
This was a good book, despite its being sort of predictable. I liked the horrific utopia and the main character's escape, and his emotions at discovering the world of "I"... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Swank Ivy
Didn't really get much out of this. Fountainhead is my favorite Rand novel, Atlas Shrugged has been painful. This one wasn't worth buying.Published 8 months ago by Mark Horton
It is a good little follow up to the foundation two. I'm not sure how it would stand alone but I like it as wrap up. .Published 9 months ago by Sandra Chase
A very unique individual. Her writing is very interesting although I don't agree with some of her ideas. She definitely deserves credit for originality.Published 12 months ago by Timothy Duncan
Whatever Ayn Rand ever did, she wrote great books. I was not disappointed with a work shorter than Atlas Shrugged; she still showed the disconnect between those with... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Klemens Metternich
This is my first Ayn Rand novel, and was recommended to me by my Aunt. I was reading Scarlet by Marissa Mayer and was explaining to my aunt the type of book it was. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ashley N. Christensen
Whatever you think of Rand's ideas, I don't think you can say this is great writing. The story lacks conflict and is downright boring, becoming preachier as it approaches the end. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Marco