Written on: 15/12/2008 by Tom H (110 reviews written)
London Review Of Books seems to offer some quite good information on books, current issues etc. I agree that you tend to find more literary and therefore obscure books here (more likely to find Seamus Heaney than Katie Price) but that's generally good.
Although it's a small thing, the name and the site seems to imply greater quality of information, and it does deliver. (read more)
Written on: 15/09/2005 by butch34 (3 reviews written)
There are definitely some excellent and brilliantly written reviews in the London Review of Books. I would however say that for me the title is a little misleading as I personally was looking for a Magazine that reviewed books. LRB is however more of a collection of articles on politics and current issues, with a few reviews of obscure books that the average Joe in the street will have little interest in reading. If like me you read for enjoyment with a little education thrown in... (read more)
Written on: 04/02/2005 by annemay18 (2 reviews written)
London Review of Books - Frequent, broad, and in-depth coverage of books, covering literature, history, science, whatever. Regular features, such as "Shortcut." Occasional short story from a collection. Subscribers to LRB also enjoy access to the full archive online at no additional charge. Plus the personals section in the back of the magazine is unrivalled as far as I am concerned! 24 issues a year. (More or less bi-weekly.) (read more)