Types of Book Reviews

Types of Book Reviews
Book data
Book data is usually organized as follows:
Title of book (if the book includes a translated book, the original title must also be written)
Author (if available, also write translator, editor or editor as stated in the book)
Year of publication along with the print (what number of copies)
Book thickness (how many pages)
Book price (if needed)
Opening (lead)
Opening can be started with the following things.

Introducing the author, what forms of work, and achievements.
Comparing with similar books that have been written, both by the author himself and other authors.
Describe the uniqueness or figure of the author.
Describe the uniqueness of the book.
Formulate the theme of the book.
Expressing criticism of the weaknesses of the book.
Express the impression of the book.
Introducing the publisher.

The body or content of the book reviewer's questions
Body or contents
Book reviewer questions usually include the following:
Synopsis or book content correctly and chronologically.
A brief review of the book with sufficient quotations.
Excellence of the book.
Weakness of the book.
Formulation of the book framework.
Language review (easy or convoluted).
Print error (if any)
Concluding reviewer
The closing part, usually contains suggestions or questions that the book is important for who and why.

Review function
Informative function, which is to inform the existence of a particular book or film so that the reader feels interested to find out more
Commercial function, i.e. promoting new products for commercial purposes (material benefits)
Academic functions, namely interactions between book writers, translators, editors, and reviewers in shaping scientific discourse as well as various experiences and perspectives on certain topics that are the focus of the reviewer.

Types of Types of Reviews
Based on the content of the presentation or the contents of the reviewer, the book reviewer is classified into:
Informative review
The informative review only contains information about important things from a book. in general, the content of the informative review is only a summary and presentation of what the contents of the book are or matters relating to a book.

Evaluative reviewer
Evaluative reviews mostly present assessment assessments about the contents of the book or matters relating to the book. Information about the contents of the book is only presented at a glance, sometimes it is only used as an illustration.

Review informative - evaluative
The informative-evaluative review is a combination of the two types of reviewer. This type of reviewer besides presenting a kind of book summary or important things in the book also presents a review of the contents of the book. the third type of reviewer is said to be the most ideal because it can provide adequate reports and considerations.

Stage and Techniques for Making a Review
There are three types of book review techniques that can be done, namely:
a) Cutting and Glueing Techniques
Reviewing a book with this technique means sticking together pieces of writing. The piece is in the form of material that interests you contained in the book that you will review. In addition to the material part that attracts attention, the cut section should reflect the core ideas of the author of the book. Collection of pieces of material that have been selected, then arranged and arranged into a logical arrangement.
This process is called the attachment or attachment stage. What must be maintained in this process is the unity and cohesion of ideas between one piece and another. Strive for your reviewer as if to present the author in presenting his ideas. Your role in the review is only in the context of connecting, flowing and linking ideas to one another.
Regarding your impressions and views of the object reviewer must be reflected in the title. In addition, you can enter your impressions and opinions in sentences / paragraphs in the conclusions section. This technique is the simplest technique in practicing writing a reviewer.