Our underlying philosophy for book reviews at the Blue Bookcase is to review quality books, of literary merit, and write honest, succinct, informal, intelligent reviews.
We review literary fiction, historical fiction, and creative non-fiction (memoir, personal essay, etc.)
We do not review children's books, most YA books, paranormal, romance, most fantasy, thrillers, sci-fi, how-to, self-help, or erotica
Sorry, no ebooks -- review copies only
Unless part of a blog tour with a specified date, we will post reviews within two months of receiving review copies except in case of unforeseeable circumstances.
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In 1812, by Illarion Pryashnikov, via Reviewed by Susanna Allred Published : 1991 It's about : The Diary of a Napoleonic Foot ...
Family in Cartagena, Colombia, c. 1930, via Reviewed by Arminda! Combine a dash of determination with a twist of opinionated, a heaping...
preparing Japanese tea Via Reviewed by Ingrid Published : 1906 It's about : In this long essay, Kakuzo Okakura discusses the h...
Reviewed by Christina [This is the June selection for A Year of Feminist Classics .] Published : In Arabic, as The Death of the Only Man ...
Reviewed by Christina. The Blue Bookcase is participating in a project called A Year of Feminist Classics that features discussion about ...
Reviewed by Christina (pssssst! A BIG thank you to Sandra at Fresh Ink Books who lent this to me!) Published : In serialized form, in Ar...
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