Review Writing Service
Reviews are a type academic writing most students are familiar with. A good review will be a critical assessment of an event, object or work of art that demonstrates a student’s understanding and appreciation of the subject being discussed. Reviews encompass everything from books, articles, literature, architecture, art, fashion, restaurants, government policies, exhibitions, performances, movies and anything else that can be evaluated by an outside observer.
A good review will argue in favor of or against the subject at hand. A common mistake many students make when writing reviews is to concentrate on the summary instead of writing about their own perceptions. The most effective reviews are those that present themselves as a type of three-way dialog between the reviewer, the author/creator of the work being judged, and the audience reading the review. It does not matter if you agree or disagree with what is being reviewed; what instructors are looking for is how clearly the student organizes his or her arguments and if they can demonstrate the necessary knowledge to back up those arguments.
Reviews are structured similarly to other types of academic writing; they are typically comprised of a central thesis, supporting paragraphs, and a well reasoned conclusion. Unlike most other forms of academic writing, reviews are usually brief, rarely exceeding 1000 words – although this can vary depending on individual assignments. Brevity is an asset when it comes to reviews; reviews that tend to ramble on without making a point or reinforcing the central thesis will not get a good grade.
It is important to understand the difference between a review and a report. Many students confuse a ‘book review’ with ‘book report’. The two couldn’t be more different. A book report is an objective summary of the themes, ideas and events that take place in a book, demonstrating a student’s familiarity with the source material. A book review, on the other hand, is a more subjective look where the student analyzes the themes, ideas and events presented. A book review will be more concerned with the literary style used, the language and tone of the story, and whether the author was successful in conveying his or her message to the reader.
If you’re having a hard time writing reviews, or don’t know where to start, Sliqessays can help. Our team of professional academic writers has the knowledge and writing experience necessary to complete any type of review. Whether you’re in need of a book review, literature review, movie review, article review, a review of a stage play or any other kind of review, our team is ready to help.
All reviews from Sliqessays are written by someone who has a deep understanding and appreciation of the subject they are reviewing. All our reviews are original pieces of work written individually to your exact specifications. We are always open to input from our clients during the review writing process and our writers encourage feedback and suggestions. We guarantee on-time, plagiarism free work at a price that makes sense to the average student.