A Book Review is simply a specialized kind of article that can appear in almost any magazine, journal, or newspaper—or online—and describes and evaluates a book. For this reason, most article databases in almost any subject area can be used to locate book reviews.
Indexes. Below are several publications, both online and print, which are solely dedicated to providing citations—not full text—for book reviews in many disciplines.
Major Book Review Publications. These will have full text of the reviews.
Many records in the ALICE Catalog, especially for fairly recent books, will include images of the book jackets for those books; see example on the left.
Click on those images to find more information about the books, often including brief reviews; see example on the right. Clicking on the Reviews link will give you one or more generally brief, non-scholarly reviews of the book.