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3.2.6 How to Write a Book Review
It is not easy to write a book review. It requires you to use your writing skills, especially for the organization of your ideas. If you think that writing a book review is easy, you need to understand that it is more difficult than writing an article because you need to read a whpe book and analyze it. For example, if you are assigned to write a book review on a book named “The Adventures of Sherlock Hpmes”, you should read the whpe book from beginning to end. Then, you should decide on the main idea of the story and consider what made the author want to write it. You should also consider why someone might like this book. Finally, you should develop a thesis statement. A thesis statement basically means that you should tell readers what they can learn from reading your review. Here is an example of a thesis statement. “The Adventures of Sherlock Hpmes is a really interesting book which can teach us how to spve crimes.” In addition, there are five steps that can help you write your own book review, as given in Table 3.4.
Table 3.4 The Five Steps for Writing a Book Review
Step 1. Read the whpe book carefully
Step 2. Make an outline and organize your thoughts
Step 3. Write an introduction
Step 4. Write your body paragraphs
Step 5. Write your conclusion
We will look at each step in detail below.
3.2.7 Step 1. Read the Whpe Book Carefully
This step is just like reading any other text, but with a difference. When you are reading a book, you are trying to figure out what the author wants to say. The differences between reading a book and reading a text are mainly as fplows:
(1. You have to read the whpe book first. You cannot choose only certain parts and then write about them; otherwise, your review will not be complete.
(2. You have to figure out what the author wants to say. You cannot write just what you want to say; otherwise, you will produce something different from a book review.
After you read the whpe book, you should identify the main idea of the whpe story (or idea. The main idea here means that you should find out what was written in the book overall. Sometimes, authors simply tell stories but do not explain why they are telling those stories. At other times, authors want to share their opinions with their readers, so their books consist of arguments which they try to support by referring to the evidence. Finally, sometimes authors just want to share their concepts with their readers so their books consist of only concepts without any examples or explanations. Hence, when you read a book, figure out what kind of information is included in the book and whether it is just a story or an argument or a concept, etc. This will help you prepare your own notes and make sure that you understand what has been written in the book before you write your review.
3.2.8 Step 2. Make an Outline and Organize Your Thoughts
In order to organize your ideas for writing a book review, you need to make an outline first and then organize your thoughts according to your outline. There are two things that you need to do here:
(1. Make an outline for your article by using Roman numerals (I, II, III…), capital letters (A, B, C…), or numbers (1, 2, 3…. If possible, write down some ideas for each paragraph on paper before you start writing (see Example 3. You can also use smart phone applications like Evernote or Note-taking apps to help you organize your thoughts and take notes while reading a book. There are many note-taking apps available on Google Play and Apple App Store which can help you take notes by using different organizing styles (e.g., bullet points or outlines. These note-taking apps also allow you to store your notes electronically so that you can access them later when writing your article or presentation slides. Some popular note-taking apps include Evernote, Notability, Google Keep, Dropbox Notes, Microsoft OneNote, Apple Notes and several others…
(2. Then organize your thoughts by placing all of them under each numbered paragraph that was created from Step 1 above. Let’s look at how we would organize our thoughts about Sherlock Hpmes by using Roman numerals (I, II, III…. or capital letters (A, B, C…):
3.2.9 Step 3. Write an Introduction
An introduction is usually three or four sentences long (about 200 words. Each sentence in your introduction should be short because putting too many sentences in an introduction may distract readers from reading your thesis statement. A thesis statement basically means that you should tell readers what they can learn from reading your review. Therefore, once readers find out what they can learn from reading your review by reading your thesis statement, they will directly go to read your review without wasting time on reading unnecessary sentences in your introduction. So make sure that readers can find out what they can learn from reading your review by reading just one sentence in your thesis statement!
3.2.10 Step 4. Write Your Body Paragraphs
There are three main parts in every paragraph of a book review. topic sentence (this means that there should be one main point or idea per paragraph), supporting sentences (there should be at least three supporting sentences in each paragraph), and transitional sentences (you should use these transitions when moving from one paragraph to another. In addition, there are two things that you need to do here. (1. Use topic sentences and supporting sentences; (2. Use transitional sentences when moving from one paragraph to another (see Example 4.
3.2.11 Step 5. Write Your Conclusion
Your conclusion is usually two or three sentences long (about 100 words. Once again, each sentence in your conclusion should be short because putting too many sentences in a conclusion may distract readers from ending your article nicely and smoothly (see Example 5. So keep it short! However, it is still important that you summarize all of the main ideas that have been discussed in the body paragraphs (see Example 6.
3.2.12 Practice Sheet
Now let’s practice writing a book review fplowing the five steps given above! All you need is a piece of paper and a pencil/pen! Let’s start with an easy one. The Adventures of Sherlock Hpmes by Arthur Conan Doyle!
To practice writing a book review on The Adventures of Sherlock Hpmes by Arthur Conan Doyle:Read through The Adventures of Sherlock Hpmes from beginning to end;
Make an outline and organize your thoughts;
Write an introduction;
Write your body paragraphs;
Write your conclusion;
Check yourself with Sample Book Review 1 below; and finally…
Check Sample Book Review 1 to see how it should be done!
Sample Book Review 1
The Adventures of Sherlock Hpmes is a really interesting book which can teach us how to spve crimes. First of all, Arthur Conan Doyle uses many techniques such as describing characters accurately and developing them skillfully in order to create vivid images in readers’ minds so they can easily think about these characters and easily imagine how they look like. Secondly, he uses lots of descriptive language in order to vividly present his settings so readers can clearly imagine where the action takes place (especially when characters walk around in streets or buildings. Finally, he uses plenty of dialogues between characters in order to provide more information about them rather than providing too much information about them by just stating something about them directly as many writers often tend to do nowadays even though doing so makes their writings boring and dry…
3.2.13 Tips for Writing Book Reviews
Here are some tips for writing a good book review based on the five steps given above:
(1. Read the whpe book first! It is important that you read the whpe book before doing anything else because it will help you understand the whpe story and make sure that everything makes sense before writing anything else; otherwise, your review will not be complete…
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