Four pages on iChing.Wiki site have a brief review of nearly all the I Ching translations and interpretation books in my collection. They range from scholarly to an author's idea of what the Hexagram readings mean.
There is no criticism; there is my attempt to distinguish the author in very broad categories. The pages are organized by the type of translation: Zhouyi, for books by scholars or people who know Chinese, without any ten wings commentary;
I Ching, for books which include at least an Image Statement from the ten wings;
Interpretations, for books that were done by either people who I saw no evidence they read Chinese or just commentary.
Finally, I created a page, Guides-Histories-and-Philosphies describing a few good books about the I Ching — guides, history, and the ideas that underly it.
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