Book Reviews

Have you just discovered the next big star of the literary world? Just finished the latest "must read" novel and want to share your opinion? Maybe you'd like to steer people away from the hyped-up author of the moment and recommend something a little different? Then this is the place to share all your thoughts about books, authors and literature.

A good book can really capture our imaginations. It can transport us to another world and give us a taste of another life. It can stay with us throughout our lives, conjuring powerful emotions and opinions that can sometimes change our whole perspectives.

But what is genius to one reader can be nonsense to another and it's not always easy to find unbiased reviews or avoid the, perhaps undeserving, media attention a book or author might get.

We all know the best-seller list doesn't always reflect quality writing, and what's popular isn't necessarily good. So why not write a review of a book you think is really worth the read. Let other bookworms know what's really good and what's just enjoying its 15 minutes of fame.

Our authors upload daily, meaning you'll always get the reviews you're looking for, and of course the information you find is for you to use however you wish, so get searching for that best seller review today.

Book Reviews Articles

02nd May 2013

5 Signs He's In Love With You

Dear friend, Men have a very difficult time expressing their feelings and saying "I love you" is always a big deal for them. But no worries! You can still find out how he feels about you, because he's going to give himself away. Apart from this...

28th April 2013

The Works of Children's Books Author, Shirley Hughes

Shirley Hughes pioneered children’s books and is just one on a long list of most liked storytellers and illustrators of the present day. She has written over 70 books, which incorporate the Alfie and Dogger series and illustrated many more by other write...

12th April 2013

Did King Arthur Exist or Not?

British literature does have loads of fantastic stories and tales involving great and significant conflicts and historic associations of a romantic nature. One story which has all of this and much more is the magical story of King Arthur and his Knights o...

05th April 2013

A Short Story of Beatrix Potter

Beatrix Potter is regarded as one of the world's most cherished children's authors of all time. Since her first book, The Tale of Peter Rabbit, published in 1902, she went on to produce a string of tales regarding characters just like Mrs Tiggy Winkle, Be...

30th January 2013

Get Cheap Books From The Book Of The Month Club

Where can you go to find books? Books can be found in so many places nowadays. Becoming more popular is an online book club and also yard sales, online stores, thrift stores, book stores and even the neighborhood library. Very popular for many reasons,...

30th January 2013

The Ins and outs of Fiction

The name fiction is normally applied to literature, specifically imagined text. This can include books, short stories, fables, fairy tales etc that in turn could contain or make reference to true to life happenings. Enjoyable though it is, fiction ha...

29th January 2013

The Public And Schools Can Obtain Books Online At A Great Discount

Reading is something that allows people to expand their minds. In the case of helping students with reading comprehension, reading classics is a crucial part of the curriculum in many schools. This typically includes classic masterpieces like the works of...

24th January 2013

The Never Ending Story of Elizabeth and Darcy

Romance fiction is considered one of the most popular and bestselling categories in fiction books. Perhaps the most famous couple ever to be written about and without question the relationship we all endeavour to achieve although never hardly do, is that ...

11th January 2013

It Would Be A Crime To Dislike Fiction Books

Crime and thriller fiction is not easy to classify bearing in mind that it may be awkward to isolate where crime fiction begins or where it ends. The central and essential elements of crime and mystery fiction books are death, danger and love. It also com...

06th January 2013

Get to Read Booker Prize Winning Books

While bibliophiles cannot give a slip to a hot new book hitting the market, they mostly recoil from reading something like a Booker prize winning book. For example, there are high chances that you have read James''Fifty Shades of Grey', but there are only...

31st August 2012

How To Pick The Best Study Bible

You don't have to be a serious seminary scholar to buy a study Bible. I have one and I'm not a pastor, deacon, elder or anything like that. You just have to be someone who reads the Bible and wants a little better understanding. You could have been a C...

31st August 2012

Our obligation from the challenging world of Judicial Procedure throughout the globe

Being a translation Personally i have got face to face expertise of what it is to accomplish some sort of language translation of any Legitimate record. It is always a strong up-hill endeavor it doesn't matter how uncomplicated the particular file can see...

29th August 2012

Chetan Bhagat Turns to Non-Fiction Genre

Chetan Bhagat started his career as a banker; after a decade of successful banking career, he got completely involved into writing and is now one of the leading writers of new-age India. Not only does he give motivational speeches, but he also writes colu...

01st August 2012

Get Ample Discounts at Online Books Stores

Technology bestows us with new products during every week. It lets us to move up with the international trends which can be a full time job. In the below given paragraphs I am going to answer a few questions about audio books. These online books have atta...

18th June 2012

Best Books Shape Our Personality & Character

A good book on your shelf is a friend that turns its back on you and remains a friend. This quote written by an anonymous writer has become famous as the writer extols the value of good books in our life. For centuries, books have shaped our life, charact...