The Quotable Krishnamurti, edited by Robert Epstein, has been getting some great review coverage!

Library Journal recently reviewed the title under their “Spiritual Living” column. The review reads:

 VERDICT Many readers will find Krishnamurti’s message of radical freedom and idiosyncratic self-realization more timely than ever; excellent for individual seekers and libraries starting a collection of non-Western spirituality.

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And Midwest Book Review also posted a great review online and in the print edition of Wisconsin Bookwatch, which says:

Truth is not an absolute, and it certainly does not come from a sheltered understanding. “The Quotable Krishnamurti” looks to the work of philosopher Jiddu Krishnamurti, who threw away the pressures of his Theosophist teachers and came to pursue his own philosophy free from teachings of others. Robert Epstein compiles his quotes on a grand slew of subjects that speak on many levels of our lives and society, from sex to anger, to the very concept of truth and what it really means. “The Quotable Krishnamurti” is profound, thoughtful, and very highly recommended to philosophy collections.

This review is listed on “The Philosophy Shelf” on


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