Quotes from The Fourth Monkey

J.D. Barker ·  404 pages

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“We're going to have such fun, you and I.”
― J.D. Barker, quote from The Fourth Monkey


“Father once told me there was a sweet spot to life between the age of fifteen and sixty-five when you were fully visible to the world—any older and you fade from sight, dimming to obscurity. And”
― J.D. Barker, quote from The Fourth Monkey


“He loved TV Guide. He never watched television, didn’t need to—he got everything he needed from the magazine”
― J.D. Barker, quote from The Fourth Monkey


“television had lost its luster when they canceled The Incredible Hulk in May of 1982.”
― J.D. Barker, quote from The Fourth Monkey


“Mizaru means see no evil, Kikazaru means hear no evil, and Iwazaru means speak no evil.” Father”
― J.D. Barker, quote from The Fourth Monkey



About the author

J.D. Barker
Born place: in Shadow Cove, MA, The United States
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