FYI: I have read several reviews of my book now. Most all of them aren't written very well at all. Two of them proceeded to argue with it chapter by chapter. A couple others went hodgepodge through it, pointing out things they liked and didn't like. But good reviews will first summarize the book, tell what the author is attempting to do, tell who would benefit the most from reading the book, compare it to other books he's seen on the same topic, and offer a generalized statement about how effective his book is in attaining his stated goals. Then at that point the reviewer can speak about some specifics in the book as examples that support his generalized statement by arguing with them or supporting them. This is High School stuff here.