SquidLit: Interactive Book Reviews

Written by on March 20, 2009 in Learning Resources, Reading - 1 Comment

squidlitThe problem with traditional book reviews: there’s no room for discussion. Fortunately, book lovers can now turn to SquidLit. This review site, part of the Squidoo family, lets anyone write about a book and interact with other readers.

A currently popular review on Atlas Shrugged, for example, has a user debate about who the character John Galt represents and a poll about which characters readers identify with.

Take a look, become an active reader, and consider submitting your own reviews.

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One Comment on "SquidLit: Interactive Book Reviews"

  1. Savant March 21, 2009 at 4:25 pm · Reply

    it’s about time the real readers get to critic the books and not the cooperate critics.

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