The Assayer – A site for user-contributed book reviews, with a special focus on reviewing free books. All the reviews are free information, meaning that they are copyrighted by their authors, but are available for free reading and copying under a licensing agreement.
Book Recommendations of Real Folks – “People can submit lists of books they’ve liked. They can also search the database for other people’s recommendations.”
The Book Review Repository – Allows weblog-authors to submit book-reviews automatically. The reviews are classified by genre.
Books Under Review – A large collection of reader book reviews grouped by subject. Updated frequently.
Building Rainbows – User contributed reviews and discussion.
Electronic Book Reviews – Reviews of books that can be accessed online or obtained direct from the publishers. Links are provided on the site. All types of fiction and non-fiction are included.
Garos – Free and independent service enabling consumers to read and write on-site book reviews.
ReadLiterature.com – An online reading group, French-English discussion forum, and contributed reviews of literature from around the world.
Review Books – Book reviews of all genres and a myriad of authors. Goal is for reader to concentrate on their interests thereby saving them time and money. Readers can also submit reviews.
Reviewscout – A place where people can read and share reviews on books.
Sky Line Book Reviews – Reviews classified by age group. Users can submit their own reviews.
Spiral Nature – Reviews of philosophical, spiritual and occult books on a wide variety of specific topics.
StoryCode.com – A service that assists in choosing fiction books by offering rational, impartial recommendations, based on structured user analyses of the “DNA” of stories.
Tregolwyn Book Reviews – Independent book review site offering priority to books from small publishers, self-publishers and other new authors.
The Virtual Bookcase – A site which collects user reviews of books and lets people browse those reviews to see what other people think.
Reviewscout – The newest book reviews from Reviewscout. [RSS]