I apparently have enough ego-needs to find it really reinforcing when I read a review, assess it as an especially effective example of what a review (in the relevant field) should be and should do* -- and then notice that the reviewer is already recognized as an exceptional performer in the Amazon 'verse.
Thank you for such a prime work on what is clearly a prime work; onto the To-Be-Read list!
*three of the key criteria being...
(A) does the review teach me something that might be of value and that I didn't already know, either within the relevant discipline or beyond it (and preferably both)? (bonus points if it answers a question with which I'd been struggling and had not yet found any satisfactory answers, or provides an answer different from any already found)
In short, the review helps reduce my ignorance.
(2) does the review articulate anything that I'd believed, thought, felt, suspected, etc, in a way better than I'd yet done for myself? (bonus points if it's presented in a way better than I'd ever have been able to do)
In short, the review helps reduce my inarticulateness.
(iii) does the review help me to appreciate a point of view, belief, judgement, or life experience foreign to me? (bonus points if the review gets me to recognize how the thinking makes sense to the person(s) holding it, even if it still doesn't make sense to me; double-bonus points if the review gets the thinking to make sense even to me, even if I still disagree with it; and an order-of-magnitude or quantum leap in bonus points if it gets me to change my mind on something and realize I'd previously been wrong about it)
In short, the review helps reduce my narrow-mindedness and/or stupidity.