"Atlas Shrugged" by Ayn Rand
I read up to 200 pages and put it down. Now that they have made a movie
I will go back and read it (maybe) .
(The Critics may hate it but the audiences seem to love it. (Part I)
The book sold more copies in 2008 than any other year since its release in 1957.
Americans are flocking to buy and read Atlas Shrugged because there are
uncanny similarities between the plot line of the book and the events of our
day, says Yaron Brook, executive director of the
Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights.