A Template for Book Summaries

Who doesn’t love a non-fiction book every once in a while? But then, they usually contain so much information that you can’t remember it for very long. Which is why I came up with this useful and visually pleasing book summary template so that you can write down whatever was most important to you.

 

book-summary-template
Check out the github or try it out on Overleaf.

Visually, this template is inspired inspired by Jan Küster’s Left Sidebar CV (and his github). I took main the visual elements like the header with the photo on the left, a left sidebar realized using paracol and the title, as well as the nice section headings (now named \heading{}) as well as the colour choice.

However, I simplified the commands for the headings and title box and got rid of all the CV commands which were not needed here. Instead, I added a few details relevant to book summaries such as a nice quote environment as well as checklist style itemize.

Enjoy!

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