My rating: 1 of 5 stars
It was exhausting to get through this one. Finishing it is a triumph of the will over my nagging urge to cast it aside to give up.
While I enjoyed Rand's "The Fountainhead," this one is the monstrosity that resulted in the author's unchecked whims running unchecked or challenged.
Characters speak in idiotic, pages-long diatribes. There are disturbingly detailed love scenes that seem like sad expressions of the longings of the romantically challenged. The story is a nonsensical fever dream that is comical for its childish idiocy.
Do not make the mistake I made. Avoid this book, even if you liked "The Fountainhead."
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