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I thought Atlas Shrugged was the best "Russian" novel written in English. Ayn Rand wrote it following the form of The Brothers Karamazov and while she is nowhere close to Dostoyevsky in skill, the novel was still worthy. (I did think it flagged after "the speech" section about 80% toward the end.)
And I enjoyed The Fountainhead, though its philosophy was troubling in certain respects.
But this book was a great disappointment. The only merit might be that it was the kind of fairy tale that might be interesting listening for a ten year old. And the narrator was so "over the top" in style that it took away from the experience, at least for me.
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This was so well narrated - gripping even - that my young children understood the underlying concept of the dangers of "We" and wanted to hear more.
15 of 21 people found this review helpful