Our monthly selection of starred reviews from BlueInk Review, a service which reviews self-published books.
Reviews of books that we think are cool, interesting, international and worth your time.
This month’s starred reviews of self-published books from BlueInk Review honor two works of fiction: a dystopian saga and a thriller set in Australia.
February’s notable reviews of self-published titles include stars for a ‘startling’ memoir about the Vietnam War and a ‘fascinating’ exploration of human rights.
This month’s starred reviews of self-published books includes a pair of notable new novels, one about dysfunctional childhood in Western and another about a busy single mother.
This month’s starred reviews of self-published books includes a stellar historical novel and a touching memoir of life as a teacher of disadvantaged students.
This month’s starred self-published books of note include a fictional tragedy in pre-colonial Nigeria and a memoir where beer pong meets sado-masochism.
Starred BlueInk reviews include a novel about a schizophrenic New Yorker who believes he is Beethoven and a timely look at profiteering in American medicine.
The new translation of the graphic novel Beirut 1990 is a timely reminder that when it comes to depicting the reality of war, sometimes waiting a while is best.
David Levithan’s Two Boys Kissing portrays the lives of gay teens observed by forebears who never had the privilege of acceptance. It’s a masterpiece, says our critic.
September’s starred reviews of self-published books include a collection of spiritualist lectures, an examination of the Andean Q’ero faith, and a pair of compelling novels.