If you are a reader of science fiction, perhaps you already know of these science fiction book review sites. If you are not such a reader, perhaps reading these review sites will spark your interest, opening you up to a whole genre of fiction you’ve previously not experienced. So, here are some sites to get you started.
SF Book Reviews
This site is not-for-profit, and devoted to providing well-thought-out reviews of science fiction and fantasy books. Not only do they read a book fully before they review it (you’d be surprised how many reviewers don’t) but they also support new writers and self-published writers.
>>SF Book Reviews – sfbook.com
This site is home to three very experienced reviewers who present their reviews in a consistent format, so it’s an easy-to-navigate site, and they review authors in addition to the book reviews. They also have a section for “News and Rumors” and a mailing list so you don’t miss a single review.
>>Future Fiction – futurefiction.com
This site not only reviews science fiction and fantasy novels, but also science fiction in audio and other media. With a staff of over 25 contributing authors, several contributing editors, and a dedicated forum administrator, these folks are serious about their sci fi and fantasy.
>>SF Site – sfsite.com
This site covers literature, movies, games, comics, and more. It also boasts a very robust forum for the categories of fantasy, science fiction, horror, writing, authors, tv and film, and games. There isn’t a lot of information available on the people behind this great site, but it is great. Take my word for it.
>>SFF World – sffworld.com
This site has a groovy feature where you can search by author, title, publication year, and rating. They not only review new science fiction and fantasy novels, but also the classics, and older less-known works. You can also submit your own science fiction and fantasy novel for review on the site.
>>SF Reviews – sfreviews.net