Welcome to our Review Coalition
As a reviewer, you will receive free ARCs (Advanced Review Copies). As you read, thinking of your review, don't worry about summarizing the whole book. Just think of what information other readers will want to know. Be sure to let the readers know what books you normally like, what you thought of this book, and who you think would like the book, and who you think wouldn't.
Here are some links to professional reviewers if you want some idea of what a book review looks like.
While reading, you may have some suggestions to make the book better. Those can be submitted with the "Suggestions for the Author" links.
We encourage thoughtful reviews, stating what you typically read, what you liked, what could be improved, and whether you think the target audience would enjoy the book.
I would pay to own this--I love it! I would re-read it and more.
I enjoyed it.
This has issues that ruined my enjoyment of the book.
Not my cup of tea.
Can I have my money back?
Points of Analysis
It helps to know why people chose what they chose, so we offer reviews that measure four categories separately:
When people want to learn how to make Crème Brulee, they don't look up recipes that failed, they look up the successes.
Books should inspire, ending in victory, even if the main characters struggled along the way.
Did this story leave you feeling ready fight your own battles?
Or did the story leave you feeling deflated?