Research Guides:
Finding Book Reviews

A book review (as distinguished from a critical study) is a general evaluation of a work and appears in a newspaper or periodical, usually shortly after a book’s publication. Most of the sources listed below do not print the reviews themselves, but indicate where they may be found. You must know the publication date of a book to find reviews in these sources. If you need help finding reviews, please ask a Reference Librarian for assistance.

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Research Guides: Finding Book Reviews / Albert S. Cook Library
Last revised: August 11, 2011

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