It should be a foregone conclusion that if I recommend a book or announce a book notice, that does not mean that I endorse its message wholesale or at all.
There are books that I would disagree with almost all of its message, but I recommend it because it does contain some research value. There are no commentaries on Daniel, Thessalonians, and Revelation from a prewrath perspective, but there is value in many commentaries from different perspectives. If I recommend a book it is because I have used it for research or I have read good reviews of it and am confident that it contains research value.
I may recommend reading a book written by a pretribulation or amillennial author to understand the other viewpoint, but that does not mean I agree with its message. Further, I keep up on the most recent scholarly books on eschatology and if there is one that I think people should be aware of because it contains value, I may give a notice on it.
If you have further questions on a book, you can find book reviews in journals or online websites, even amazon, which I encourage you to do so.
Okay, I just wanted to make a quick disclaimer that a book recommendation or book notice is not the same thing as a book endorsement of its overall message.