While the questions specifically consider book reviews, you can easily transpose them to an analysis of performances, exhibitions, and other review subjects.
I have included a book review for illustration purposes. This paper will discuss the major points Machiavelli made in his book and analyze his tone and writing style, with an overall critique. Has the author or this book won any awards?
The reader has a sense of what the student expected of the book, but no sense of what the author herself set out to prove. Set out the main argument.
The book can fairly be called a work of popular narrative history directed at a mass audience. Alcinous believes that he will sail home from Ithaca. He would move beyond both John Locke and Jeremy Bentham in asserting that "a just society can't be achieved simply by maximizing utility or by securing freedom of choice" Sandal Here, again, she makes no effort to conceal her position.
The map, which appears prior to any of the main text, is ineffective: it shows no scale, does not identify Nanking's location within the larger landmass of China for the intended uninitiated readership, nor the troop movements of the Japanese army as they entered the city or the remnants of the Chinese army as they fled.
These problems had already made the organization lose money. But keep in mind that a bad book takes as long to write as a good one, and every author deserves fair treatment. Combine these two and you have, an argument about a new historical perception.