Not only are they book recommendations, they’re also bridges to our fellow bookworms all around the world.
Reviews offer a chance to share your thoughts with other readers and to keep track of your own musings on the books on your shelf, but many find that writing a review isn’t as easy as it seems.
We recommend making your thoughts clear as early as possible and throughout the review.
As you describe the plot, share your opinion on the things that worked or didn’t when it comes to the writing, characters, and events of the book.
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Angie Cruz Fiction / Coming of Age Ana Canción is only 15 when her parents convince her to marry Juan Ruiz, a man twice her age whom she barely knows, and move with him from their home in the Dominican Republic to New York City.
Laurel Snyder Children's / Middle Grade It’s finally the last day of school, but Leah has a long summer looming ahead, with no camp or vacation plans.
With boredom starting from day one, she’s aimless in her attempts to stay afloat during the long, hot summer days.
Don’t wait until the middle of your review to try to catch the reader’s attention. Think about what made you pick the book up, and use that to inspire your own way of writing about it.
This tip might seem obvious, but sometimes a reviewer may get caught up in describing the plot and forget to offer their own insight.