Bergers Book Reviews

How to Request a Review

Now in our 10th year.  Over 1,000 books reviewed!

If you’d like to have your book reviewed, please contact us at the following email addresses with a synopsis of your book. Please use the subject header “Review Requested: Title of your book” so your request doesn’t go to our spam folder.  Don’t send a file copy of your book as an attachment – it will not be read.  We do not promote any crowd funding campaigns.  We only review print books. No e-books or electronic copies of any kind will be considered.

We normally only respond if we’re accepting your book.  Follow-ups can be made after two weeks to be sure we’ve received your email.  If we don’t respond at that time, you can assume we’re not interested.  Once we have agreed to review your book, we will provide a mailing address.

Email: Gene Berger
*** Not reviewing at this time ***
Fiction: adventure, humor & satire, literary, science fiction & fantasy.  Nonfiction.  No children’s books.

Email: Alice Berger
Cozy mysteries, Christian fiction / non-fiction, and motivational / inspirational audio programs and music.  I am a conservative Catholic, so please don’t ask me to review anything that runs counter to my faith.

Due to the large volume of requests we receive, we may not be able to fit your book into our schedule. We are only two people, so if we do accept your book, please anticipate at least a six month wait for your review to be posted–we follow a “first-in, first-out” schedule.  We have day jobs, too, and this is a free service we offer to authors.

Acceptance of your book does not guarantee a review.  At this time, we will consider self-published works on very limited basis, and only if they are accompanied by a favorable and trustworthy review.

For a complete listing of all books reviewed, please see the Catalog.  All books featured on this site have been provided free of charge to the reviewer.

Want to receive our reviews by email? Subscribe to Bergers Book Reviews here.

Coming Soon:

  • Animal Adventures:  Sharks
  • Eureka by John Grant
  • Finding the Narrow Path: Patterns, Faith and Searching by Lin Wilder
  • Habit Stacking by S.J. Scott
  • How to Avoid the Fearsome Cat by Yoon Jeong Choi
  • Juan’s Sweet & Spicy Memory by Hee Jung Yoon
  • Make and Move Shark
  • Recipes for Young Cooks by Tina Nordström
  • Six Figure Secrets by Steven D. Patzer
  • When Bunnies Go Bad by Clea Simon


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