“This book gave me a thousand natural shocks. My outrageous good fortune to read it!”
— An anonymous Dane
“I had no will to power off my reading device whilst absorbing Exophobe.”
— Friedrich Nietzsche
— Martin Heidegger
“A good read. Yet, all is nada. Nada I say. I’d rather
— Ernest H.
“I would storm the gates of the infernus to get a copy.”
— Durante degli Alighieri
“Down the lane in prostrated ulation. Castigated as winds from bipsy bopsy gods. A book is the book of a book. Smoke ‘em if you got ‘em.”
— J. Joyce
“I will represent myself and say that the author is not wholly rational.”
“I never liked Baltimore, but I liked Exophobe. You can quoth me on that.”
In Exophobe, I believe Enoch has found a Fifth Way.
— P.D. Ouspensky
I had my doubts at first, but I am now happy with Exophobe, I think…
“Reading Exophobe can make you either happy or miserable. The amount of effort required is the same.”
— Carlos Castenada
“It felt like I was meant to read this book. I dreamed
“I found a typo.”
— an editor potty-trained with a whip
“It scared the me out of me.”
— Charles Dickens.
“I am so glad I purchased this tome. It was my finest hour.”
— Winston C.
“You can’t read it unless you’re conscious, and you can’t be conscious unless you read it.”
— the other Winston (think Orwell)
“Exophobe drove me to drink. I haven’t thanked the
— W.C. Fields
“I like this book, but I still hate quantum mechanics.”
“I was going to pen a wonderful review, but I’m tired and will think about it tomorrow.”
— Margaret Mitchell
“It had so many big words!”
— Winnie. A pooh.
“On my oath, I enjoyed this book.”
“It damaged my calm.”
“Another bourgeoisie attempt to exploit the proletariat; but I liked it.”
“Karl is full of crap; I did all the hard work. I liked the book as well.”
“Veni, vidi, vendor – I came, I saw, I bought a copy.”
“You can ‘count’ me in – I liked the book. And pronounce my name correctly!”
— Alexander Dumas
“He could have described tables better.”
— Fyodor Dostoyevsky
“As I read the book, I was at war with my feelings, but now I am at peace.”
“I can’t make you do anything, but your mother would want you to read it.”
— Enoch M.