Alright, this is coming from a fan of Ayn Rand and a one-time objectivist who loves these books. They're thought-provoking, and quite good as long as you view them as editorials or debate material by a different means instead of stories. I really enjoyed The Fountainhead, and think others could enjoy it too. But. There is a scene in the book where the protagonist rapes a woman and she likes it and ends up falling in love with him. If you can get past that, you'll find a very compelling book with strong metaphor and a deliciously bitter tone. If you can't get past that, well... I'd stay away.
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