For a review be sure to carefully read the book. When writing do not use others ' reviews. Define your target audience, and according to the form submission.
Be sure to indicate the authorship and the title of the work, the output (if the book is published). Specify the genre (story, novel) and content (fiction, alternative history). Describe a storyline, list of characters, locations and key points.
Do not retell the book. The purpose of the review is to generate interest in the product, to perform and to analyze. Write-up: meaning of names, analysis of content and form, an original composition, the skill of the author and his style. Rate the main idea and the relevance of the theme. This is a sample, not necessarily to disclose all the components, most importantly, make the review interesting and competent.
Describe the impression from the book: powerful or weak, whole or fragmented, pleasant or miserable. Note how logical the story.
Pay attention to the characters: whether they described in detail how natural their psychology and behavior, what emotions they elicit (empathy or revulsion). Analyze the accuracy of the details.
Identify errors and mistakes, if any. Most importantly, make sure that it is really mistakes, not a deliberate distortion of reality and events by the author. Emphasize for the public, for example, useful for training or self-discovery. Note the relevance of the work, how relevant is the topic to society.
Do not go to the person. Working on the review, not criticize its author. Not Stargates in personal life, religious or political Outlook, habits, disease or weakness. If you don't have a specific quote from an interview with the author, assume, and conjecture, for example, "as if the author wanted to say." Speak on their own behalf or potential readers.
Do not be rude. Not considered a author, mediocrity, and his work – graphomania. Use broad language such as "the book takes a worthy place in the row of modern literature."
Proposals should be simple and concise. Avoid pompous verbal participle phrases, and unnecessary adjectives. Follow me, carefully build arguments.
Avoid evaluative judgments. Focus controversies, questionable details, plot twists. Leave the reader to draw conclusions.
Describe your feelings, what feelings did the book, what made me think. How you liked the product, is it worth it to buy for the home library.