Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Tator Tuesdays

Every week we interview our Tators and ask them bookish questions. This week's question:

What is one book you wish more people would read? 



Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged. I feel like a lot of people have opinions about it based on what they’ve heard about the novel but have never read it all the way through -- cover to cover. I think actually reading the book would help bring/ create better understanding and discourse about Ayn Rand, objectivism, and its place in the American economic system.


Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. They have to read it with an open mind and get rid of prejudices and misconceptions.


World War Z by Max Brook


A more recent find of my own, The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck. The story both broke my heart and warmed it at the same time.


So what book do you wish more people would read?


Angie Downs said...

Jeane - with the upcoming movie version, you are likely to get your wish. :)

Jessica Bruce said...

I am actually reading World War Z, at the moment. I am impressed at the amount of information (political, economical, societal...) in the book. It isn't just about zombies...it's a vehicle to describe, in my opinion, what would happen to the world in any world war.

Why would you like people to read it Jeane? Just curious. :)

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