How to write a review about your favorite book, all roughly represent: when it comes to the best that they read in life, then words and emotions overflow. But if the work did not leave such a noticeable trace in the soul or did not like at all, then the reader sometimes finds it difficult to formulate his thoughts in the form of a bound text.
How to write a good review about the book? If you liked the work, then nothing is easier. Thoughts and emotions overwhelm, I want to admit love and the book, its characters, and the author who created this miracle. And here, strangely enough, natural shyness can prevent: the reader is ashamed to admit to such strong feelings, is afraid to appear stupid or too dull-eyed in the eyes of those who do not appreciate this work so highly. Tip: Before writing a review about the book, drop aside any restraint and focus only on what you really liked. Each reader has their own like-minded people, and they will be pleased to read a positive article. And the author will be especially pleased, it will help him to understand that he is doing everything right and he has his own audience.
Before you write a review about a book you read in a negative way, you need to analyze what exactly caused such strong negative emotions. Perhaps this particular book is not meant for you? After all, many authors write for a certain audience, focus on some kind of gender or age. It is clear that a man who reads out by highly targeted gangster detectives, weakly appreciates a female love story with elements of investigation, and an adult woman will not understand the teenage books that she took to read because of obsessive advertising.
Another point that often leads to criticism from the reader is deceived expectations. It often happens that the title and annotation promises one thing, but in fact the book is something else, not necessarily bad. However, in almost every work you can find your weaknesses and strengths. Therefore, before writing a review about the book, think carefully: do not write insults, humiliate the author or other readers. Instead of insulting the writer, try to tell as politely and correctly as possible, in which, in your opinion, he is wrong (usually this applies to some specific topics and details), point out the illogical actions of the characters, the weak points of the plot.