We welcome reviews from anyone who cares to write one, provided that they are are not reviewing their own work and that the review is constructive.
Over the years there have been a number of guest reviewers who have taken time out of their busy lives to write a review or three on SFBook.
If you fancy writing a review yourself then why not get in touch - we can often provide review copies.
Nate Hawthorne's small children temporarily extinguished then recently rekindled Nate's love of reading. He has taken up book reviewing in order to better appreciate the ways that books have become fun again.
He particularly enjoys apocalyptic science fiction, creative nonfiction, and books he can enjoy with his kids.
Alice Wybrew is a guest reviewer for SFBook.
At some time in the distant past an anonymous reviewer was kind enough to write a few reviews for SFBook. We have no idea who they are.
Charles Haynes was kind enough to review China Meiville's novel Embassytown back in 2011.
Ed Prior guest reviewed two novels for SFBook back in 2012, Ben Aaronovitch's Moon over Soho and Scott Lynch's novel The Lies of Locke Lamora.
Accomplished author, ex-police officer and all round nice guy Frank Zafiro was kind enough to review a novel for us a few years ago.
Gill Shutt was a gifted author, poet and editor who guest reviewed on SFBook for a period. She was friendly, kind and SFBook were lucky to have known her. Sadly Gill passed away in August 2013 after a long battle with fibromyalgia. You can read a review of her fantasy saga The Legends of Light which was published by Greyhart Press.
Little is known about the guest reviewer Hist other than the fact that he or she took the time to review books on SFBook from the very start of our journey on the world wide web.
Another review whom we know very little about, Jim Mourgos reviewed but one novel in 2006.
Accomplished Freelance Journalist Luis Villazon whose work experience including writing for BBC Focus, PC Format, Mac Format and How it Works was gracious enough to review a few novels for SFBook.
Matt Karder is a science fiction fan who agreed to review Gregory Benfords short story collection "Anomalies" back in 2012.
Science fiction and fantasy fan Mozley Hayes was a guest reviewer on SFBook for a time.
Number 6 reviewed books on SFBook during the earlier years, little is known about this figure other than his love of Jack Vance and KW Jeter novels.
Philip Graham was a fan of the site who kindly agreed to review a novel for inclusion on the website.
Accomplished author Rob Knipe wrote a few book reviews, for which we are eternally grateful.
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