I wish I were deft enough of a mimic to write a book review in the style of the author. Such a method might give the readers a better idea of the experience of reading the book, should they venture forth. Alas, I seem unable to command the bits of style that I absorb from reading.
Of course, a good mimic would have to cultivate an audience for such a stunt. Otherwise, readers might mistake the copied style for the reviewer's own style. Depending on the book, the method might backfire.
By the way, if a writer must review an author with alienating prose, should an assessment of the prose be part of the review? It will, of course, in this case, but should it?