An individual fighting for survival in a society that refuses to accept him. Feel his struggle. A successful young architect at the top of his field – Know his pain. A most desired women in love with the forbidden – See her beauty. A captain of the news world defending his position – Predict his fall. Love. Lust. Power. Greed. Betrayal. LIFE.
Reading this book is a lot like climbing a mountain. It is difficult to begin and requires a lot of willpower to continue. At some point in the book you would rather do anything else than continue to put such a strain on your brain. You consistently find yourself on the verge of quitting, but if you make it – WHAT A VIEW!!!
Rand has an uncanny ability to weave words into a beautiful mosaic; her characters come alive on the pages and dance before the reader’s eyes. One character in particular, Howard Roark, is what all men should seek to become. He makes you reflect and rethink and redesign and reconstruct your persona.
It is rare that one can sit down, for pleasure, read a book, for pleasure, and accidentally fumble upon a set of views that challenge those previously held. While The Fountainhead makes one consider his ethics, it also alters them. It makes one realize that man could be as great as he wants to be, and how achievement is our ultimate goal.
Read ‘The Fountainhead’ for fun, entertainment, transformation and revelation. It is a one of its kind book that will change the very course of your life.