How Do You Write A Critical Book Review?
Writing a critical book review can be an exciting task. While a book review basically just outlines the storyline of a book, a critical book review allows the reviewer to delve into all aspects of the text. Book reviews of this type are most often done either for the author or for a wider audience. Most book reviewers in this line of work follow a fairly basic formula. Study the title of the book. Is the title catchy and interesting? Comment on how the title ties into the book’s text. Identify the genre of the book. Does the text of the book fit the intended genre? If you can’t figure out what the genre is then most likely the reader won’t be able to either. Comment on the length of the book. For instance, a novel should be 80,000 to 120,000 words. Does this book follow those guidelines? If the book is longer than the maximum, then the author of the book might consider breaking the novel into parts or doing a careful edit to remove excess. If the novel is shorter than the suggested min