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* [http://www.mercurynews.com/mld/mercurynews/entertainment/books/ Mercury News Reviews] has book reviews every week.  No one should be surprised to hear that the authors are always listed in the subheading.
* [http://www.mercurynews.com/mld/mercurynews/entertainment/books/ Mercury News Reviews] has book reviews every week.  No one should be surprised to hear that the authors are always listed in the subheading.
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* [http://tls.timesonline.co.uk/ Times Literary Supplement] is a publication dedicated to book reviews. For a specific example see [http://tls.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,25342-1886497,00.html The polyrhythms of life]. Most academic reviews display the title, author, press, price, and ISBN.
===Other discussions of Books===
===Other discussions of Books===

Revision as of 17:10, 30 April 2007

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Information Commonly Given About Books

hReview prominently doesn't include a way to markup the author of a book. This makes sense for other kinds of reviews, but it seems glaringly deficient for books. This collection of information is intended as a starting point for a discussion about how hBookReview should differ. I'm expecting to find that most book review sites list the authors' names prominently. I'm googling around for book review blogs and other book review sites. Here are some from the first two pages of Googling.

reviews-formats has some discussion of formats for reviews, including book reviews. Some of the formats use creator as an equivalent for a work's author. Others use author, and sometimes they mean review-author, and other times work-author.

Book Reviews

Other discussions of Books

CounterExamples

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