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Anthem is the first book to read if you want to learn about Ayn Rand's philosophy.
Every attempt to make one person work for another's benefit erodes all of our liberty and retards our progress as a society and a species.
Anthem's interesting plot and intriguing story line make it a very fun book to read.
Equality 7-2521 who speaks of himself in the first person plural makes a few discoveries that lead him to rethink the nature and purpose of man. Read morePublished 4 days ago by bernie
Good story, very quick read. The objectivist message comes through loud and clear. Though I agree with
Ayn Rand's philosophy I do find that she tends to beat the reader over... Read more
Kinda tough writing style, message is pounded into you. I liked it, but it was overkill.Published 24 days ago by Jim Daniel
This book was on my reading list for classes and I thought it would be boring, but it was actually very sweet, inspirational, and thought provoking.Published 25 days ago by Kat Ortolani
I expected a rough dystopian fantasy. But this is a special book. I've read it in one day and it left a strong impression on me. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Razvan Rogoz
Ms Rand tells it as it quite likely could be. Her "prediction" for the world's future rings just as likely today as it did the day it was conceived. Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. Voracious Reader