Many academic journals offer opportunities for interested reviewers to submit book reviews. Here is a list of some general book review sources.
Book reviews come in many shapes and sizes, from bare bones to bibliographic essays. Usually we think of a book review as a critical analysis not just a summary of a particular work. Here are a few general tips for writing a review. Generally speaking a book review tells what the book is about as well as evaluating how well it succeeds in conveying its purpose. In writng a review you want to describe and analyze the text.
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Book reviews cover the facts about the book as well as opinion about the book. A review should consider, represent and communicate the author's view point objectively while expressing personal opinion as clearly distinguished from the author's point of view.
So you want to publish a review? Here are a few things to consider as you begin.