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The subject of the biography is a vile character but I can't fault the biographer. Ms. Burns did an excellent job of capturing the intellectual strengths of Ms. Read morePublished 9 months ago by John Mc Teague
Like her or hate her (Ayn Rand), but this was a great Audible presentation. The book was well researched and accurate as any historical look back can be.Published 13 months ago by Gary D. Scott
I am a big fan of Ayn Rand, and I enjoyed reading about her. The book seemed to tell the real story.Published 14 months ago by Miss Natural
Jennifer Burns wrote this unauthorized biography about Alisa Z Rosenbaum. Burns has some erroneous opinions and inaccurate information about Rosenbaum. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Max Sylver Destin
A good and seemingly fair assessment of a controversial figure.Published 17 months ago by Michael Atkins, PhD
Since Ayn Rand’s ideas have been so influential in the past fifty years or so, I decided to study her works and see what she was really all about. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Walter Stanley
There are apparently two diametric impressions Ayn Rand makes upon readers: Either she comes across as a rather mediocre intellect, and very mediocre writer, and a rather odious... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Walter Stanley