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April 05, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 131

Authoring of books since ancient times has been considered as a work of art, an art which has been recognized throughout the annals of history as art works of excellence. Books are one of the richest source of inspiration and one of the most effective means of motivating others. While books are acknowledged to be the finest source of inspiration to others who read them, an avid reader gets a first hand impression of the writer's psyche since the books have been written taking into account the personal experiences of the author. The author writes in order to express a desire to share these experiences with the readers. A large variety of books have been authored by reputed and famous authors which have covered a myriad themes ranging from fiction, non-fiction, history, literature, scientific fiction, management, medical science, information technology and each one of these books have contributed significantly towards the development of the human mind.

The sharing of experience through books has been deemed to be invigorating for readers who emulate the essentials that apply to their lives. Books are known to have completely transformed lives of people thereby altering their lives dramatically. The habit of reading books is inculcated during the early stages of a person's life. There are several factors that lead to the development of the hobby of reading books. Primarily, it is the atmosphere in the family which either allures or deters a child to read books. The upbringing of the child in the initial stages is of utmost significance. A child's mind is extremely fragile and supple and therefore can be easily sculpted and molded.

When it comes to writing reviews on books, it is all the more important that the reviewer takes into account all the aspects of author's writing especially what precisely he wants to project to his reader. One of the most important factors that a person while writing a book review is that he should give his critical views dispassionately and without any prejudice or a bias.

In this manner, a reviewer considers all the positive and negative factors of the contents of the book and gives a totally unique and distinct review. It would be pertinent to mention that a book reviewer simply does not give into any internal or external pressures that he may encounter during the time of reviewing a book or a work of an art.

Reviewers and critics have always been held in high esteem in literary circles because of their unbiased and dispassionate reviews. In fact, when a reviewer writes about a piece of writing, he stands aloof from the events of the book and judges the book as if from a distance. It is this distancing from the writer that makes him an outstanding reviewer.

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