Writing the Review: Include title, author, place, publisher, publication date, edition, pages, special features maps, etc. Summary should be kept to a minimum, and specific details should serve to illustrate arguments.
Do: Include some description of the book as well as your opinion. Start with a couple of sentences describing what the book is about But without giving any spoilers or revealing plot twists! Fast-paced or excruciatingly detailed? Does the plot twist, turn, and thicken, or does it plod along?
Unless you're writing for the New York Review of Books or the Times Literary Supplement, your readers are probably not looking for an article-length review. Luisa Plaja loves words and books, and she used to edit the book review site Chicklish. You should not introduce new evidence for your argument in the conclusion.