You can see what's in the March 2005 issue of Classical Review at the Ingenta site ... of course, if your institution has access, you can read online too. Otherwise, you have to pay close to 27.00 (US) for a two page review. Now since I've obviously woken up in a cranky mood, consider this:

This is a 2-volume edition of Lucretius which will be coming up for auction at Sotheby's soon. Its estimated price is 8 000 -12 000 bucks (US). If we conservatively estimate that there are say, 500 pages between the two volumes, that works out to about 16 bucks a page if the book goes for the minimum. That's only about three dollars more per page than Ingenta is charging for reviews! Something is (hubristically) out of whack, no?