I had a review of Camus' famous novel accepted by Amazon, which can be seen here with the given title, Outside the Inside. My short yet exquisite piece speaks for itself, though I would like to mention my personal admiration for the educating lines, "Existential means to do with existing and this book is to do with the existence of the lead character who is basically an outsider. Read it and think." The one thing that surprises me is that only 2 out of 12 people seemed to find the piece helpful. I can't imagine why but were I in need of consoling I can always remind myself of Nietzsche's line, "Where the rabble drinks, all wells are poisoned."
I'll take advantage of this precious opportunity to draw your attention to my other accepted review here, this time of Dostoevsky's Crime & Punishment. Though it would admittedly be difficult to top my Camus review, I am proud of the lines,
"There is no denying that this is quite a big book so if you're not prepared to read this for quite a while, I'd go elsewhere if I were you. Me, I've no problem with big books and if it's very good, the bigger the better. And this book is very, very good. Which makes it ok that it's so big."