Book Review Websites
Monthly online zine featuring book reviews. Covers new & old fiction, essay, poetry, short story collections, & literary journals.
Book Reviews by Danny Yee
More than 600 reviews, covering most fiction genres but with a focus on history, science, and social science
A book reviewing and author interviewing site comprising over 25 international reviewers.
In Other Worlds
Reviews primarily Fantasy and Science Fiction with a sprinkling of mystery fiction in the mix.
Reading For Your Success
ReadingForYourSuccess.com is a place to come for informative book reviews, articles and videos focused on their success.
"What we've attempted to accomplish here is to collect book reviews from major online media sites that are available without having to register at a site or pay to read them. We're not interested in just a short blurb or small section of someone else's review. We try to find full-length reviews of books that help the reader gather the information they seek to determine if the book is worth their money or not. We prefer reviews that deal with each book at length, but sometimes settle for smaller reviews when lengthier ones are unavailable."
The Absinthe Literary Review
An online literary quarterly featuring quality fiction, essays, reviews, and poetry.
The RAWSISTAZ Reviewers
"By now most of the AA Literary Community has heard of book reviews by The RAWSISTAZ Reviewers (TRR), our 16 member team that specializes in AA Literature. Our book reviews are been featured on Amazon.com, Timbooktu, C&B Books, The Black Book Network, Black Book Reviews, BlackLiving.com, in Booking Matters Magazine, QBR, DallasBlack.com and a host of other places are planned for the near future"
Through the Looking Glass Children's Book Review
Through the Looking Glass Childrens Book Review is an online monthly childrens book review journal. The site has reviews of childrens books of all genres. The website also includes author profiles, organization and publisher information and profiles, and features on a wide variety of topics. Through the Looking Glass places special emphasis on books published by small publishing houses and on books written by new authors.