Aaron Garlick Garlick itibaren Edvan, Maharashtra, Hindistan
I've read this book over and over and over again and I STILL like it, and more so every time. I really love how this book is written. I enjoy the secret love Winston shares with Julie. I enjoy his rants against the society he lives in. I feel for him when he debates O'brien and knows what he's saying is right but lacks the knowledge to say why. I always read with dread when he is finally brought to room 101 to break that last secret bit of defiance he holds inside. Everything about this book is amazing to me. Besides the characters and enthralling story the concepts that drive this book are one's that I believe in as well. The concept at its most basic is that democracy is a far better form of government than a dictatorship, and that communism (in all the forms it has ever appeared in on earth) is not an economic system worth supporting. This is therefore an argument in favor of a democracy-based government, and an economic system similar to capitalism. This makes the book even more enjoyable to me. Sure it just reinforces already held beliefs, but it's okay to do that every now and again.