This paper is a full critical review of the book, The Night Lives On by Walter Lord. Write a thesis statement giving your evaluation of the book and should include three specific points that evaluate the author’s skill and theme. Gather support from the story. Note passages that support your thesis. Create an outline supporting you main points, using example of incidents, description, and quotations that illustrate your points. Include the page numbers that contain these supports for easy reference. Write the full-length critical review book review with three parts: the introduction, body, and conclusion. The total length of the written review should be 1 1/2 to 2 pages. In the introduction introduce the title, author, book type, and theme in an interesting first sentence. Summarize the book’s main ideas. Close your introductory paragraph with your thesis sentence giving three points of evaluation. Write proof of the thesis. Begin each paragraph with a topic sentence stating one of the points of evaluation in the thesis. Use incidents, details, and quotations to illustrate and support the evaluation you stated in the topic sentence for each paragraph of the body. Quotations should be introduced and cited parenthetically by putting the page number in parentheses after the closing quotation marks but before the period. End each paragraph of the body with a clincher sentence that restates the paragraph’s main point without using quotations.