Format: 

Author, A. A. (Year, Month Day). Title of review [Review of the book Title of the book, by A. A. Author]. Title of Periodical, p. xxx. http://dx.doi.org/xxxxx or Retrieved from URL

Author, A. A. (Year). Title of review [Review of the book Title of the book, by A. A. Author]. Title of Periodical, Volume(Issue), Page(s). http://dx.doi.org/xxxxx or Retrieved from URL

Author, A. A. (Year, Month Day). Title of review [Review of the book Title of the book, by A. A. Author]. Title of Periodical, p. xxx. Location: Publisher.

Examples: 

Okrent, D. (2015, May 10). The aviators [Review of the book The Wright brothers, by D. McCullough]. New York Times Book Review, p. BR11. Retrieved from http://www.nytimes.com

In-text: (Okrent, 2015, p. BR11)

Shelton, T. (2015). Research resource review [Review of the book The data revolution: Big data, open data, data infrastructures & their consequences, by R. Kitchin]. Progress in Physical Geography, 39, 412-413. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0309133315575783

In-text: (Shelton, 2015, p. 413)

Notes: 

If you are citing a book review that appeared in a non-scholarly periodical (e.g. Kirkus Review), provide the Day Month and Year that the review was published (see the first example) followed by a comma and the page number(s) preceded by a "p.". If you are citing a book review that appeared in a scholarly periodical (e.g. journal), provide the volume and issue number followed a comma and the page numbers (see the second example). Only book reviews published in scholarly journals will have DOIs. Book reviews from non-scholarly sources such as newspapers or magazines should have a link to the homepage of the periodical (e.g. http://nytimes.com), not to a library database.

Source:
APA - 7.06, no. 45