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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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Noble Vision
A Novel
Gen Lagreca - 2012-10-10 (first published in 2005)
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A revolutionary medical breakthrough faces a bureaucratic battle in a thrilling novel filled with romance, suspense, and high-stakes decisions. A brilliant neurosurgeon fights for permission to use his new treatment to save a beautiful ballerina. But when the health system puts his procedure on hold for years, he must make a dangerous decision that could cost him everything. Winner of multiple awards, this page-turner is perfect for fans of medical drama, political fiction, and romantic suspense. Scroll down for rave editorial reviews and a dramatic video trailer.
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Casino Royale
James Bond Series
Ian Fleming - 2002-08-27 (first published in 1953)
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A sophisticated and charming secret agent, licensed to kill, takes on a mission to neutralize a high-rolling Russian operative by ruining him at the Baccarat table. But when Bond's attraction to a female agent leads him to disaster, an unexpected savior enters the game. The first of a thrilling series, this book will keep you on the edge of your seat.
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Captain Blood
His Odyssey
Rafael Sabatini - 2006-06-12 (first published in 1922)
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Embark on a swashbuckling adventure with Captain Blood. Follow the story of Peter Blood, a man of unwavering character and a skilled physician, wrongly accused of treason and sold as a slave in a tropical colony. Discover how he goes from captive to captain, leading a fleet of pirate ships through the South Seas. This classic tale of romance, conflict, and heroism has inspired the modern definition of a gentleman pirate and even a dashing movie starring Errol Flynn.
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Sparrowhawk, Book One
Jack Frake
Edward Cline - 2002-11-01 (first published in 2001)
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Experience the birth of the American Revolution through the eyes of Sparrowhawk, a captivating historical fiction series set in England and Virginia from 1744-1775. Follow the story from its roots in Cornwall all the way to the York River, where everything comes to a head.
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I, The Jury
Mickey Spillane - 1975-12-01 (first published in 1947)
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A thrilling murder mystery, I, The Jury follows PI Mike Hammer as he seeks to identify the killer of his close friend. With a list of suspects that includes a recovering addict, a psychiatrist, twin sisters, and a mobster, Hammer is in a race against time to solve the case and exact revenge. But as he closes in on the killer, he realizes he may be the next target.