"Fortunately this was an ebook so I did not fold any pages reading it - I enjoyed this short story as it jumped from one setting to another. The main character gets thrown into places and situations at the mere folding of a piece of paper and he has to adapt quickly to his situation. It is a great nod to Walter Mitty." - Eric Johnson "Databit"
"Trippy... would describe Folding Reality as a more violent version of the 1980s TV show Quantum Leap, except the main character makes the leap home repeatedly." - Scott A. Kinkade
"Great Summer read - Very interesting and engaging. I also enjoyed Mit's other books, Vlad V Vampire and Escape from Communism." - M.V. Smith
"An interesting concept about time travel and the places the hero travels to. Funny too, and sad, but entertaining." - Robert M. Priest
"Mit Sandru sends Mike (the protagonist) to a Jewish concentration camp, to the Crucifixion and to several other difficult, challenging scenarios, only to return him in the same random fashion to his desk at work, and through his time travel, is able to make interesting observations and commentaries on all of those situations." - Scott Beallis