George Orwell’s famous satire of the Soviet Union, in which “all animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others.”
Fun and interesting read
By RB Student
I love the style of this book, if you like history you would like this book. The similarities between acts that take place on the farm and the russian revolution really create a good satire and dystopia. After reading this book I would like to check out Orwell’s other books.
A must read along with 1984. Both of these political novels are examples for all time.
Orwell’s a Snitch
A pretentious and overrated book that strawmans socialism and communism to say “ruling class=bad”
A great great about the horrors of communism
GOD BLESS THIS BOOK!
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By Prophet Amos
I enjoyed the animals, especially, Boxer the horse, and Moses the Raven. This book details the dangers of Communism, and how absolute power corrupts absolutely.
Absolute Classic. Excellent read.
That being said though, $9.99?? This is why people torrent, fyi. Sheesh.
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