Review Policies

Staffer’s Book Review receives hundreds of books each year from publishers across the United States, as well as the United Kingdom and Canada. They can’t all be read. Of those that are read, there will be a concerted effort to write a substantive review. Some of those get a positive response, others receive mixed or negative comments. In each case, the opinions expressed are those of the reviewer alone.

It should be noted that Staffer’s Book Review also reads many books that are purchased or borrowed from a library. These books are treated no differently.

Thusly, Staffer’s Book Review does accept review copies of books with speculative themes, be they science fiction, fantasy, horror, or just generally screwed in the head.¬†If you have something you’d like Staffer’s Book Review to consider for review, please email:¬†justin@staffersbookreview.com.

Comments
  • Ross November 8, 2012 at 10:29 pm

    Hmm… No R. Scott Bakker reviews??? I see Erickson, and Abercrombie on the list but no Bakker. I’d love to hear your thought concerning The Prince of Nothing saga.

    • Justin Landon November 9, 2012 at 10:12 am

      It’s just been a long time since I read Bakker. One of these days.

  • Shy December 15, 2012 at 10:06 am

    How about Patrick Rothfuss books? I recently read The Name of the Winds, expecting myself to enjoy it but the opposite happened. It always bugs me whenever I hate a book that everyone else seems to enjoy. It feels more like I’m missing something that everbody gets and I just hate that. Gosh.. did you see how many “hate” I use in those lines *lol*

    • Justin Landon December 17, 2012 at 9:37 am

      I’ve read both Rothfuss books, but did so before I started the blog. Quite enjoyed the first one. Really disliked the second.

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