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Enjoyed Atlas Shrugged? We’ve scoured the web for book blogs and looked at all of their recommendations for books that are similar to Atlas Shrugged. Here are 5 books that you may like if you liked Atlas Shrugged.

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Captain Blood
His Odyssey
Rafael Sabatini - Oct 10, 2007 (first published in 1922)
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Captain Blood: His Odyssey (1922) by Rafael Sabatini is just possibly the novel that gave rise to the modern definition of a gentleman pirate. Peter Blood, an honest man of true character and a humane doctor, is wrongfully imprisoned for treason under the laws of King James, and deported from Britain to a tropical colony at Bridgetown where he is s...
Noble Vision
A Novel
Gen LaGreca - Jan 15, 2014 (first published in 2005)
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Passion, medicine, and politics collide in this page-turning thriller. The arduous process of getting a new medical procedure approved by a bureaucracy plays havoc in the lives of a young neurosurgeon with a revolutionary cure for nerve injury and a beautiful ballerina who needs the treatment as her only hope. As the doctor battles a system stacked...
Sparrowhawk, Book One
Jack Frake
Edward Cline - Dec 02, 2013 (first published in 2001)
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Sparrowhawk is a series of novels set in England and Virginia in the decades leading up to the American Revolution, beginning in 1744 Cornwall and ending in 1775 on the York River....
Casino Royale
Ian Fleming - Nov 15, 2015 (first published in 1953)
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Introducing James Bond: charming, sophisticated, handsome, chillingly ruthless and licensed to kill. This, the first of Ian Fleming's tales of secret agent 007, finds Bond on a mission to neutralize a lethal, high-rolling Russian operative called simply "le Chiffre" -- by ruining him at the Baccarat table and forcing his Soviet spymasters to "retir...
I, The Jury
Mickey Spillane - Sep 10, 2015 (first published in 1947)
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When Jack Williams is discovered shot dead, the investigating cop, Pat Chambers, calls his acquaintance, and Jack's closest friend, PI Mike Hammer. Back when they fought in the Marines together, Jack took a Japanese bayonet, losing his arm, to save Hammer. Hammer vows to identify the killer ahead of the police, and to exact fatal revenge. His start...