How do I find book reviews using electronic resources
Academic Search Elite allows users to limit a search to the Document Type "book review." It covers a wide array of journals, some going back to the mid 1980's, so you can check it for reviews of titles published since that time.
You may also try the New York Times, regularly publishes book reviews. Limit your search to "Review" in the "Document Type" field, and search the title of your book in the "Document Title" field. For titles prior to 2002, use the New York Times Historical Papers.
You may also search multiple journal and newspaper databases from Proquest Research Library. Once you are in, click the "select multiple databases" link , and on the following screen, check the box at the top called "select all databases." Then click "continue." Now from the main search screen limit to "book review" within the "document type" field. Add your title and you should get the results you need.
Books in Print is a bibliographic database that includes book reviews of some of its titles. From their homepage, do a QuickSearch on your title within the title field. On the results page, starred entries mean that reviews of the book will appear. Click on the title, and then the tab for “Title Reviews.”
Project Muse indexes hundreds of scholarly journals. You may want to check it for reviews of scholarly books, published from the mid-1990's forward. On the advanced search screen, use the pull down menu to limit to document type "review." This free web version will not provide full text of articles, but with the citation information, you can track the review down starting with Dowling's Journal Locator.