Book critique on “Outline of the principals of history”

Book critique should be 3-5 pages double-spaced with proper footnotes in Chicago Manual of Style format.
First discuss the thesis and its relevance. You should be able to figure this out by lookingat the title and reading the introduction.What is the author arguing? Whyis that argument important? How might itchange people’s view of the events covered in the book?[1]
Next give a description of the book. How is it organized? Is it chronological or thematic? What do the chapters cover? Do some chapters seem more important thanothers? [2]
Then discuss the author’s sources. Look at their footnotes andbibliography. Do they rely only onsecondary sources or do they also use primary sources? Do they use a certain source over and overagain? What archives or primary sourcecollections did they use?
After reviewing all of this material give your opinion onall of it (thesis, structure, and research).Did the author’s argument make sense to you? Did it change your mind? How might the author have strengthened theirargument? Did its structure and writingstyle make sense? How might the authorhave improved his/her presentation? What was good about theirpresentation? Was their researchthorough? Did they misuse a source?
Then look at 2 or more reviews by scholars of the book. What did they think of the work.[3]
Finally, conclude with a brief biography of the author. Why are they qualified to write thisbook? What is their training and wheredid they get it? What and where do theyteach? What else have theypublished? [4]