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Say a book has 10 reviews on amazon.com and 2 reviews each on amazon.co.uk, amazon.it and amazon.in, is there a way to aggregate all 16 reviews?

  • I removed the part of your question that could have made it a good candidate to be closed. – Alex Dec 23 '15 at 16:49
  • ohh. plugins are no-no here? thanks. – ottodidakt Dec 23 '15 at 16:59
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    @otto: See How do I ask a question that may require recommending a web app?. In other words "I have this problem how can I resolve it?" is good. "I think a web app/plugin/service/widget will solve my problem. Where can I find a good one?" is bad. – ale Dec 23 '15 at 19:55
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Amazon Product Advertising API License Agreement prohibits use of the Reviews data for any purpose other than driving sales on the Amazon Site. So I doubt if any site can lawfully provide the aggregated info. You may have to scrape & compile it yourself for your personal use by utilizing Amazon's consistent URL pattern for a product review page of each country.

Typically, the URL of a country-specific Amazon Reviews page for a product has this pattern:

http://www.amazon.{ccTLD}/product-reviews/{ASIN}/

For example, the reviews for the book with ASIN or product code of 0143031031 on Amazon.in are available at this URL: http://www.amazon.in/product-reviews/0143031031/

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