I love Atlas.
I use to work with a girl who had a son named Cohen, but spelled it Koen.
Quoting HopingforaMiracle:" <blockquote><b>Quoting
Quoting justanothamotha:" OMg I am in love with you - I am just starting to read it & NO ONE I know has read it or cares to ... [snip!] ... no one to talk to about it. I've had it for a year & was waiting to read it trying to find someone else to read it too."
It's been years since I read it but I freaking LOVE it. Same with "Fountainhead". I really like the way Ayn Rand writes, pretty much :lol:
Quoting justanothamotha:" When i am done I am starting a thread so we can talk about it. LOL So go brush up lady...."
I will gladly re-read it :)
I just ran across this while googling my daughters name. Her name is Cohyn. My name is Jayme with a Y and for a girl Cohen with a Y seems more feminine. Funny how someone who gets defensive over their child's name and spelling has the balls to question someone else's child's name. Guess you wear insecurity on your sleeves. I know my daughter is beautiful and her name matches her wonderful personality. I am not worried at all about anyone's two sense on this name.