Books for Review
This is the list of review copies which are currently available to reviewers from The Bookbag. If you click on the image you will get full details of the book from Amazon. Books should be read and reviewed within a fortnight, but in practice we allow three weeks from the date the book is posted. Please don't ask for a book unless you are reasonably certain that you can send a review within that time scale. If you are in any doubt outline the circumstances in an email and we'll decide whether or not there is time available to send the book.
If you're looking for the review submission form, please email me and I'll send it as an attachment.
Please let me have details of the books (including the title and the author's name) which you feel you would enjoy and would like to review, in order of preference. The quicker the response, the more likely you are to get your first choice!
Books are sorted alphabetically by author
If you're looking for children's picture books for review, you'll find them HERE.
If the links to Amazon are loading slowly you'll find a list of the books we have available above each shelf - with a link to Amazon, where you can find more details.
Non Fiction Shelf
I'm afraid we've nothing at the moment.
A Perfect Explanation by Eleanor Anstruther
Poster Boy by N J Crosskey
Little Darlings by Melanie Golding
The Magnificent Mrs Mayhew by Milly Johnson
Metropolis by Philip Kerr
Asylum by Marcus Low
A Memory Called Empire by Arkady Martine
Nocturna by Maya Montayne
A Bloody Business by Dylan Struzan
Stanley and Elsie by Nicola Upson
Children and Young Adult's Shelf
If you're looking for children's picture book for review, you'll find them HERE. New books added on 17 October
The Middler by Kirsty Applebaum
The Disconnect by Keren David
Midnight at Moonstone by Flecker & Krauss
Eiffel's Towqer for Young People by Jill Jonnes
The dog Runner by Bren MacDibble
Jacob's Ladder by Charlie Pike
The Princess and the Fangirl by Ashly Poston
The Secret Runners of New York by Matthew Reilly
Starfell:Willow Moss and the Lost Day by Valente and Warburton