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The end of the book keeps you guessing until its satisfying conclusion.
I remember reading Ayn Rand's book, "Atlas Shrugged," and learning that corporations and the rich are needed for the world to continue to exist.
I didn't worry too much about it, Mississippi was kinda sorta "government is good" territory, and I was the quintessential true believer.
Disturbing in a reality kind of way! I usually don't read this style book but was intrigued. Glad I did! I see "today" in the words and themes.Published 10 days ago by TrixC
Every one who has turned away from politics should read this book. Especially if this country agrees to the terms of the TPP agreement.Published 12 days ago by Jean Matmor
The anti Ayn Rand novel. The Afterward is worth the price of the book alone.Published 12 days ago by Tom
An amazing and almost scary read considering today's conditions. I could easily recommend this book .Published 14 days ago by Rebecca L. Zullo
The story moves, and you care about the nicely drawn characters. We're heading down the road to the absurd, upside-down world depicted here. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tom Cooney
An excellent novel in a genre similar to George Orwell's "1984." In this story, governments have been replaced by corporations, Without giving away the plot, let's just say... Read morePublished 1 month ago by David Farr
A worthwhile read, if you can put up with poor editing (why don't people think they need editors anymore???). Don't expect a novel, though - this book is a treatise. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Abigail Manheim
Silly me, I thought this was actually going to be a book about "water issues"... it a book about corporations. Read morePublished 1 month ago by L. .G. avid reader