Blether – Short reviews of recent fiction and non-fiction from a group of dedicated readers. The site also features discussion and an archive.
The Book Blog – Readers submit reviews on both new and older fiction releases.
Book Help Web – Book reviews, news, sales data, and author interviews.
Book Lore – A non-commercial UK book review site featuring capsule reviews of popular titles.
A Book Lover’s Book Reviews – Book reviews organized by author, title and category. Each review includes both a general summary of the plot or information (with a minimum of spoilers), and a personal review.
Book News – Short overviews of the latest books about science, technology, and medicine.
The Book Review Blog – Includes commentary on comics, journals, novels, handbooks, and dictionaries.
Book Review Cafe – Offers down-to-earth book reviews, as well as author interviews. Includes an archive, awards, submission guidelines, and a young adult section.
Book-A-Minute – Humorous lampooning of popular books via ultra-condensation.
BookAngles – BookAngles is the conservative-values angle on literature for home and family. Their family reviews books to help you judge suitability for your family.
BookBrowse.com – Features excerpts, summaries, reviews, and author biographies, including fiction and non-fiction bestsellers.
Bookideas.com – Reviews in all genres, from science fiction to cookbooks, with interactive “Favorite & Worst books ever published” lists.
book-look – Detailed reviews of the top six best-selling books across a range of categories.
Bookreporter.com – Dedicated to book lovers and writers. Forums, author interviews, book reviews, reading group guides, and commentary all can be found here. New releases and perennial favorites.
BookReviewClub.com – BookReviewClub.com publishes book and e-book reviews online to benefit book enthusiasts and the writing community. They also publish a paid quarterly newsletter featuring self-help books.
Books on Review – Collection of book reviews and author interviews covering a wide range of interests including literary and genre fiction, as well as non-fiction.
Bookslut – Includes feature stories, author interviews, reviews, columns, and a weblog of book-related content.
BookSpot.com Newsletter – Monthly newsletter features sites for book reviews, reading lists, bestseller lists, and author and publisher information.
The Bookwyrm – Fantasy, science-fiction, and horror book reviews.
Bookz World – Reviews, commentary, and cover art of popular young adult and teen books.
Complete Review – “A Literary Saloon and Site of Review.” Includes brief reviews of a wide variety of books (which are also rated using “A+ through F” grades), with links to other off-site, online reviews of the same given book.
The Compulsive Reader – Features reviews of literary fiction, author interviews, profiles, monthly contests, and literary criticism.
CountryReader.com – “. . . has reviews for fiction and non-fiction books, links to online bookstores, links to libraries, and other resources for avid readers.”
Crossover Books – Reviews of books that have equal appeal for both adults and children, organized by author and title. Includes book finder.
Crowyne’s Reading Room – “Home of the Society of Aspiring Writers (SAW), site also includes book reviews, Women in Mythology project, Legenda listing of online articles (regularly updated), a Writer’s Toolkit, and occasional commentary and musings.”
Discussing Books – Reviews of fiction and non-fiction books, both classic and contemporary. Also has literary quizzes.
e-boswell – An online journal of conversations with and lectures by prominent writers, artists, and thinkers.
Electronic book review – Generally interested in promoting literary innovation on the Internet and reviewing books that address the electronic future of fiction, poetry, criticism, and the visual arts.
Essay on Novel – An essay on fiction, the reader and the publisher, especially the impact of publishing strategies on mass-market fiction.
Fiatgirl Book Reviews – Over 500 books indexed by author and title, plus free New Reviews newsletter available via e-mail. Annotated links to book sites, including e-zines, e-mail lists, author sites, publisher sites, and fan sites.
The Gaping Void – Essays and reviews in modern/contemporary European Literature
Genre Bookshop – A review of new science fiction titles and contemporary fiction from the United Kingdom.
goodreports.net – Book site featuring reviews, news, and interviews from critic Alex Good.
Gumby’s Bookreviews Index – A complete index with links to Gumby’s bookreviews. All kinds of books much fantasy/sf-books, but also other kinds of books. (Computing and other topics). Also points to other books you might like if you enjoy a certain author.
The Harvard Book Review – Harvard University journal features over 30 reviews and original art by Harvard undergraduates. Reviews include poetry, history, fiction and satire.