This book was amazingly entertaining as it dealt with a fictitious industrial period. Not only is it a great read, but I learned a lot. It deals with objectivism, meaning working hard for what you want and earn. It teaches a philosophy of government and systems that sometimes help and sometimes hinder individuals. But I’ve learned in the end that it’s important to have a purpose or goal and work at it, no matter the obstacles.

Reviewed by Travis
Located in Malone, NY
Atlas Shrugged

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