You should include: There are two main sections for this part.The first is an explanation of what the book is about.
Don’t forget that there are certain differences between book reports for different genres.
As mentioned above, in the second part, you may analyze the reasons why the book had become successful (or whether it was successful during the author’s lifetime, which did not happen to a great share of classic literature).
But, if you are writing a review, be careful not to give away important plot details or the ending. Don't try to summarize each chapter or every angle.
Provide a general overview of the author's topic, main points, and argument. Choose the ones that are most significant and interesting to you.
Book reviews are more into expressing the reviewer’s own opinion about the book and often contain advice whether a reader should read it or not.
So, these are just a little bit different angles of the same view.Perhaps, you may be the one who impacts your classmates as readers or even touch your teacher’s feeling about a particular book.There is no need to say that it is impossible to base a book review (or report) on other reviews (or reports). Using the secondary ones is optional, but advisable.Be careful and try not to spoil the story for those, who haven’t read it yet.This is considered to be one of the worst mistakes among book reviewers. This can make your reader easier to consider whether to read this or that book or not.Both offer a combination of summary and commentary.They are a way to think more deeply about a book you've read and to demonstrate your understanding.It is a good choice to start with comparing the main idea with the similar ones in other pieces of literature.This part is important if you want to talk about the impact this particular work has left in the history of literature. Analyzing a piece of fiction literature is a bit different from analyzing non-fiction books. In this part, pay your attention to the setting of the book, the narrator, the protagonist and also specify the mood of the book. Focus on the main events, and plot twists of the book, and literary devices that were used to convey them. Book reports tend to be a little more descriptive (What is this book about?) and book reviews are usually more persuasive (Why a reader should or shouldn't read this book).