You can also see a sample book review or two (or more!) that I received for my first novel, . That example of book review comments is just as exciting!
Another example of book review completeness was given by a friend In Arizona who recently passed away, so his site is no longer available. However, considering this reviewer was a producer/publisher of books on CD, his words truly made my heart flutter! Here's a brief sample of his comments:
THESIS STATEMENT EXAMPLES FOR BOOK REVIEW
That said, let’s get back to the example of book review data that I’ve compiled for you. I’ve brought together some of the reviews I have received personally and a few from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and others I received after traveling on book signing tours. Before The Ka was published, I received several reviews from people who read the manuscript. Two are included here. You can also see a sample book review or two (or...
This is an example of extracting certain data from a lengthier example of book review data in order to satisfy maximum word requirements on some of my advertising:The following is an example of book review thoroughness and points out the mechanics of how the story is put together, then what he thought of it all:Fortunately, lots of people write much more, as you can see in this example of book review data that I've put together. Doing so gives the author a more detailed sense of how their book is be accepted.A good sample book review would pertain to writing your personal feelings about a book that you’ve read. Writing a book review is not to be confused with writing a summary of a book. Writing a summary is a totally different matter and that will be covered eventually in my Articles section. In my opinion, no real format exists for writing book reviews. Writing help may not be needed. An example of book review variations is shown below. Some rules do apply, however, and you will see that they are loose and easy to apply. On this page, you will find reviews pertaining to my paranormal Egyptian fantasy novel, The Ka. You can also… Read and analyze the first chapter of The Ka.