By Edward Nawotka
It works for movies (think of Siskel and Ebert, the men who brought you the “two thumbs up” review), it works for reviewing gadgets and video games, cars, wine and restaurants . . . so, can the video review work for books? Many have tried, but few have succeeded — for long, at least. What do you think would make for a good video book review show?
Read our main story today about the launch of a new show with similar intent — Amateur Thursdays — and let us know your thoughts in the comments. And if you know of any good examples, please include the links in the comments.