Description:A book review site.
Newest Review: ... should be. The BookBag doesn't specialise in any particular genre, and you will find anything from vampire romance to literary experimentation, from theology to marketing, from chick lit to Booker short-list, from scientific debunking of woo to (an occasional) misery memoir. I don't follow the publishing news particularly closely, so it's hard for me to say whether there is any prose ... more
Customer thebookbag.co.uk Reviews (2)
by - written on 18/05/09, updated on 23/05/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Internet abounds in opportunities for writing. This is likely to be the first time in human history that anybody could - if they applied themselves a little - have an audience of thousands, or even millions, even if a fleeting one. In addition to a thriving blogosphere, there are numerous portals acting as platforms for user-generated content: you are reading this thanks to one. Some sites encourage all kinds of content (Helium, Associated Content, Suite101), some are dedicated to one type of article (dooyoo, Ciao, epinions) and some deal with one area of interest (trivago, TripAdvisor). Most appear to be rather sleek, corporate creations. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/05/06 (Very useful, 1489 readings)
It was not by chance I stumbled upon this site, but I think I saw the link in a forum under a username and thought to myself, “What is this all about?” so, being the nosey old so and so that I am, I surfed along and came upon this. Not the analytical type, you will have to forgive me if I approach this somewhat different to an internet site but at the same time, The Bookbag is not your typical internet site as you will see. Two naughty schoolgirls who have never grown up thank god, have frequented review sites such as Dooyoo and Ciao for half a decade, bringing with them a charm, wit and also a sense of enjoyment to the sites. Their reviews have ... Read the complete review