If this question means anything to you then you’re part of a group of readers who
- are willing to tackle philosophical treatises imbedded in fiction,
- relate to stories that challenge man, mind, machine, and technology,
- enjoy long sagas, with character driven plots, suspense, heroes and villains,
- are curious about why books are “cult classics” or “must reads in a lifetime”,
- are willing to think, question, and challenge one’s own premises of existence,
- are willing to read over 1,000 pages in small print, in paperback format!
If you haven’t read Atlas Shrugged, or started it but never got past page 100 or never finished it, then consider picking it up one more time.
Follow my blog posts over the next few weeks as I share my comments about the book and join in with your comments and questions, too!
What is my motive? Who is John Galt?