Rating System

Here’s a little more on the rating system that I use when reviewing books as of December 1, 2014:

Note: I will never give a book that I did not finish a rating. One

One star: I didn’t enjoy this book at all. More than likely it was a struggle to finish.


Two stars: Something about this book just didn’t do it for me.  I didn’t really like it, but didn’t hate it.


Three stars: I found this book enjoyable enough, but didn’t love it.  It didn’t leave a lasting impression on me. However, I may read the next if it’s part of a series. I might recommend depending on the person’s tastes.


Four stars: I really, really liked this book! Would probably re-read, and would likely recommend.


Five stars: I absolutely LOVED this book! This is easily one of my new favorites, and I’d recommend it to just about anyone!

Note: I will occasionally give half-star ratings, if I feel as if a book is between two different star-tiers.


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