John Stackhouse: “The one thing worse than not mentioning something is mentioning it badly—by which I mean, mentioning it in such a way that the reader doesn’t know what you’re saying.”
John Starke on writing a good book review: “(1) Forget everything you learned in seminary. (2) Answer the question everyone is asking. (3) Don’t over-summarize. (4) Show the consequences of an idea.”
Both posts are worth reading.