Book Review Blogs for you to read

Book review blogs are a nice way to find new books. If you find a reviewer that you trust, that blog can become a rewarding source of fresh book titles.

8 Book Review Blogs

This is list is in no particular order. I think these blogs are equally as good.

The Poetry Shed

Abegail is a poet that reviews books of poetry. Her blog, The Poetry Shed, is where you can find those reviews. She has the links to the books she has published.

A Little Blog of Books

Clare has been writing about blogs since 2012. A Little Blog of Books is her blog. Clare’s favourite authors include Haruki Murakami, Sarah Waters, and Ian McEwan. She loves stories with unreliable narrators.

Savidge Reads

Simon Savidge is a self-described book-a-holic. Simon loves love Daphne Du Maurier. He says he does not like books with boats in, horses, talking animals nor ones set on another planet. Savidge Reads is his blog.

The Book Smugglers

Ana Grilo and Thea James are the bloggers behind this blog. Thea James works for a large publishing house by day, and is a Book Smuggler by night. Ana Grilo is a Brazilian who works with translations as a day job. The Book Smugglers is their blog.


Valerie O’Riordan and Peter Wild claim they are nice people who read books. They are not the only ones writing the book reviews. The blog is open to contributions from volunteers. Bookmunch is the blog.

S F Book Reviews

Thomas Christensen started the blog and it is now run by Antony Jones with help from other people. Ant says that he sometimes keeps the review short so as to not give the plot away in order to let you enjoy the story when you read it. Ant and others review Science fiction and horror stories. The blog is found at

An Awfully Big Blog Adventure

This blog is written by lots of people. Lots and lots and lots… Very many. All of them are authors. There are about 45 or so authors (I tried to count them all). You can read the blog here.

A Fantastical Librarian

Mieneke van der Salm is an information specialist at a university library in the Netherlands. She writes her book reviews at A Fantastical Librarian.

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