Reviews are critical perspectives on a piece of work, including a book, article, report, art, fashion, performance, etc. They provide commentary about a work, which may include the content, style, structure, and context of the disciplinary landscape from which it was published. They often offer an opinion on the quality of the work.
The following article linked below is an example of a Book Review from the American Historical Review:
When searching for book reviews from scholars or academics, remember that these materials will primarily be published within academic journals or publications. Check the following resources below.
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When searching for book reviews aimed at a general audience, the sources can range from magazines, newspapers, and potentially websites. Consider the context of your particular resource and try a range of resources.