Dedicated Book Reviewers


Dedicated Book Reviewers

This is for anyone who has a book blog, loves to read and review books, and anyone who is interested in receiving more books. :)

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Comment by Mk - 1 hour ago

The Moment of Everything by Shelly King: A Novel for Bookaholics

What happens with a lost laid-off dot-com employee wanders into a used bookstore? Find out more about The Moment of Everything by Shelly King at

Comment by Diane Coto 3 hours ago

#bookreview The Naturalists – A Historical Novel of the Hayman Family by C. G. Haberman -

Comment by Diane Coto 4 hours ago

Chronicles of Steele by Pauline Creeden – #FREE August 27!! -

Comment by Kevin Peter 5 hours ago

Book Review of 'The Finnish Girl', a novel by Dennis Frahmann -

Comment by Richard Humphreys 6 hours ago

Review of The Man in the High Castle ...  

Check out reviews of Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, Hunger Games, Sherlock Holmes, Percy Jackson and many more! :) 

Comment by Marika 8 hours ago

Book review on MysterySequels for Solomon's Whisper by Sandra Brannan

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Comment by Mk - yesterday

The Mirror Empire by Kameron Hurley: Book #1 in the Worldbreaker Saga

With a novel like The Mirror Empire, it’s no wonder Kameron Hurley just won 2 Hugo awards. Find out more about this new series at

Comment by Diane Coto yesterday

#bookreview & #Giveaway: Maxwell Street Blues (Jules Landau Mystery series #1) by Marc Krulewitch -

Comment by Beck Valley Books Blog yesterday

Our Beck Valley Books Review - The Point by G. Nykanen Author

"A very hard hitting dark story with explicit descriptions of a sexual nature as well as the dark side of a person's mind. The story revolves around Dane Buchman and his desires to take what he wants using any means possible, his actions impact not just on the people he hurts but the town he lives in as well.

The results of Dane's actions lead to a very good insight to how victims minds are affected by tragedy. The author portrays a story of innocence against evil and how difficult it is to get to the truth and prove it when it is one persons word against another.

I found this book to be a very gritty and enthralling read. I think the author was very brave in their writing and should be applauded for following their instinct to give the reader a real insight in how sociopaths think and react, this adds flavour and content to a good read. Due to the use of the explicit descriptions, which are essential to the story, it will not be to every readers liking.

On the other side of the tale is Dane's victim and the author again illustrates how with a lot of love and caring people around you and with their patience you can pull through life's trials and tribulations and live a normal life.

The Point is a dark thriller which will take you on a journey which will open your mind and want the bad guy to be caught and put your arms around his victim and protect her."

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