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These are the 10 best free book review websites for you. Check them out to find out which book you should read next and whether the book you are going to buy is worth it or not. If you know about some other good book review websites, feel free to share them with me in the comments section below.
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Here is a list of 10 best free book review websites. These website offer reviews of books on different criteria like plot of the story, characters, storytelling, way of ending the book and much more. They are your one stop solution to know whether a particular book is worth reading or not. This will not only save you some bucks but also help you find out the books which are really worth spending time on. Some of these websites also offer various other options like book recommendations, list of trending books, best selling books, popular authors, author bio, etc.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the redesigned Global Law Books and European Law Books book review websites. The Global Law Books and European Law Books sites represent a partnership of the World Trade Review, the Hauser Global Law School Program and the Jean Monnet Center for International and Regional Economic Law & Justice. These sites provide permanent coverage of the literature on European Union law and integration, and international trade law, regional integration and questions of global governance (global law), through the online presentation of book reviews and review essays. These dynamic sites provide a common platform for the many scholars, students and practitioners interested in these two areas of the law in part based on our belief that these two areas of the law share some of the same issues and normative dilemmas, though the answer to be given may differ greatly, and in part because this synergy will facilitate more efficient research across legal fields for global scholars. There will be two distinct interfaces, both accessible through the Hauser Global Law School Program and Jean Monnet Center web pages: one addressing books on European Union law and integration (), and another for books considering topics of global law and economics (). Though the central review database will be common to both sites, the highlights posted on each site will be different, making it easier for the reader to focus on his or her particular area of interest.