At the start, put the complete bibliographic information:
Title in full, author, place of publication, publisher, date of publication edition, number of pages.
Your introduction will usually include:
· Your overall impression of the book
· A statement about the author
· A statement on the purpose of the book
· A statement of the significance of the work
The body of your review develops the points you want to make:
· Greater detail on the author’s thesis and summary of the main points
· Evaluation of strengths, weaknesses, contribution, or bias
· The evidence that is the basis of your critique
The Conclusion (last paragraph) includes:
· Your final assessment
· Restatement of the overall impression
· (re)statement of your recommendation
No new information should be included in the conclusion.
Any references to a quote or chapter only do an in-text citation, for example ( Acho, 25).