The Speculative Book Blog is a book review blog focusing on philosophical fiction and non-fiction. For non-fiction, I tend to focus on popular philosophy – introductory guides or books with an interesting application; for fiction, anything broadly termed ‘speculative’ – science-fiction, fantasy, dystopic fiction, literary fiction, or anything that has some philosophical angle I can talk about. I’m also very interested in graphic novels, whatever the topic.
If you are a publisher, author, magazine or blog writer, and you think a book may of interest to me, please get in touch to arrange a review copy. I have a strict one-in, one-out policy, and I only agree to books that I think I can definitely commit to reading and reviewing (so don’t be offended if I say no). If I’m interested, I’ll add you to the list and get in touch when I’m ready (thanks in advance for your patience).
- The Golden Age by Pedrosa and Moreil April 16, 2019
- Jericho Writers Review March 21, 2019
- Lost Connections by Johann Hari February 14, 2019
- Limited Edition by Aude Picault April 7, 2018
- Unbound by Christopher Osborn April 1, 2018
Since its demise, I have not had the opportunity to migrate past reviews from my old site (Philosophy Online), but hope to soon.
Frontiers of Consciousness: The Chichele Lectures
by Lawrence Weiskrantz and Martin Davies (Editors)
Aging, Biotechnology, and the Future
by Catherine Y. Read, Robert C. Green, Michael A. Smyer (Editors)