Blogging for a Good Book This blog provides a book review every weekday, from librarians at the Williamsburg Regional Library (Virginia). Browse past reviews by reviewer and by subjects and genres such as literary fiction, nonfiction, science fiction, fantasy, historical fiction, mysteries, young adult, and thrillers.
BookBrowse: Reviews, recommendations, read-alikes, books by theme, author bios and interviews, resources for book clubs, and more. Access from home using your library card number.
Booklist ALA's magazine of book reviews (Subscription required)
Book Lovers Wiki from Princeton Public Library.
Bookcrossing this site encourages readers to forget their used books in public places. You can then track where your book ends up. It also has reviews, ratings and recommendations.
BookPage This online version of the monthly publication features brief reviews of new general interest nonfiction, fiction, science fiction, mysteries, romance, children's books, and audio books. Also includes author interviews, book club recommendations, and special interest lists (such as Black History Month and holidays). Aimed at librarians, booksellers, and consumers, it is archived and searchable back to January 1996.
Book Reporter reviews, booklists, author interviews, newsletters, and lots more
Complete Review book reviews, can be searched by genre.
The GateGuide San Francisco Chronicle Book Review
Paper Cuts: A Blog About Books This blog is about books and other forms of printed matter, written by Dwight Garner, senior editor of The [New York Times] Book Review. Look here for book news and opinion, interviews with writers, regular raids on the Book Review's archives, and other special features. Includes posts on topics such as the 50th anniversary of Jack Kerouac's On the Road in 2007 and playlists of songs from writers. From The New York Times
ThugNotes YouTube book summaries with an attitude.