Book Review Blogs

The top book review blogs of 2021 include niche blogs on particular topics like romance, parenting, and environmental issues. As well as more commercial bookstore blogs with a huge selection of subject matter to suit all readers.

// This list features 10 blogs
Bustle Books +

Bustle is an online magazine, centered around millennial women, featuring news & politics alongside entertainment, fashion, style & beauty. Their book blog, Bustle Books, focuses on poignant think pieces, life, rule breakers, self-improvement books, and lots of genres in between.

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    BookBub +

    BookBub is a free book-discovery service where you can find the books you love at unbeatable prices. The blog covers a wide range of genres from mysteries to cookbooks and everything in between. And once you sign up, they’ll notify you about free or hugely discounted ebooks, as well as new releases from your favorite authors.

    Book Riot +

    Book Riot provides all sorts of book-related news, including reviews, advice, and commentary, as well as the latest in book-reading technology. You’ll find categories on audiobooks, children’s books, nonfiction, mystery & thrillers, comics, romance, books for young adults, and sci-fi/fantasy.

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      BookPage +

      Started in 1988 through bookstore subscriptions and public libraries, BookPage is a wide-ranging guide to the best new books. You’ll find expert recommendations for the top picks in all genres. As well as author interviews and book bundle features.

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        Epic Reads +

        Epic Reads is a book blog for young adults, mainly focused on the fantasy genre. You’ll find book reviews from authors, bookworms & librarians. As well as news about book releases, author interviews, and great lists of the year’s best books.

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          Caffeinated Book Reviewer +

          Caffeinated Book Reviewer, aka Kimberly, reviews all types of books & genres for women, especially urban fantasy, romantic suspense, paranormal mysteries, and post-apocalyptic. Oh, and she loves coffee. You’ll also find recent book news, author information, guest posts, blog tours, and giveaways.

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            Harlequin Junkie +

            Founder of the Harlequin Junkie blog, Sara, is a self-professed Happily Ever After junkie, who loves to read and thrives on every aspect of the romance genre. She and some other junkies are the book reviewers for this blog, which includes every type of dreamy romance novel you can imagine.

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              The Irresponsible Reader +

              The Irresponsible Reader, aka H.C Newton and a self-confessed beard fanatic, reviews a wide variety of books with a directness that is highly enjoyable. His favorite is the mystery genre, but he also reads urban fantasy, westerns, memoirs, and a good romance if it comes highly recommended.

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                Totally Addicted to Reading +

                Nadene, as the title of her blog suggests, is Totally Addicted to Reading. She’s not stuck on one genre either, in fact, she’ll read just about anything as long as it has a good plot and strong characters. As well as annual reading challenges, her book reviews include romance, mystery, crime novels, and lots more.

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                  Totally Booked +

                  Jenny & Gitte met as online book readers in 2011, became instant friends, and then created their book reviewing blog, Totally Booked together. You’ll find new releases and recommended reads. Oh, and they only share positive reviews about books they loved reading so you won’t find any negativity here.

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