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Genre and special interest - 57 categories: Foreign-language reviews review sites -- reviews in other languages Print media sources Major - fully, freely accessible: The site of The Guardian and The Observer, an excellent general book site with good reviews and coverage of contemporary British literature.
Good reviews and articles, extensive archives now readily accessible. Interesting reviews, archive now again freely accessible. Good coverage of current titles. Large archive going back to with good search engine. Good review coverage and archive.
Limited coverage, decent archive. Limited amount from print version available online, tiny archive. Lots of reviews, but not particularly user friendly, and not the type of books we're interested in Boston Review.
Interesting articles, essays, and reviews.
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Popular stuff, good selection, short reviews. Extensive US review coverage.
Decent coverage of new US publications. Good archive, interesting long reviews. Solid reviews as well as additional literary coverage, decent archive. The New York Sun. Good literary coverage [but no new reviews being added], and the excellent and extensive archive is now freely accessible.
Solid reviews, good archive. Good coverage of new books, archive with over reviews.The publication of the Review of Particle Physics is supported by US DOE, CERN, MEXT (Japan), and INFN (Italy).Individual collaborators receive support for their PDG. Kirkus Reviews magazine gives industry professionals a sneak peek at the most notable books being published weeks before they’re released.
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