Rating Policy

Gold star star no background clipartGold star star no background clipartGold star star no background clipartGold star star no background clipartGold star star no background clipart (5 Stars): This book is a new all-time favorite, I would highly recommend it to others. It is hard to get this rating from me, even if a book is really popular. Five-star books have touched me personally and done something special to my heart.

 

Gold star star no background clipartGold star star no background clipartGold star star no background clipartGold star star no background clipart (4 Stars): This book was well-written and I’m glad for having read it. Not an ultimate favorite, but worthy of my time. Four-star books are usually as high as I’m willing to go for books that had few flaws but didn’t absolutely bowl me over.

 

Gold star star no background clipartGold star star no background clipartGold star star no background clipart (3 Stars): This book was alright. Might be worth reading for most, but there are things about it that might keep me from recommending it to all. 3-stars is not a bad rating for me. Lots of what I read ends up in this category. It’s still an A for effort.

 

Gold star star no background clipartGold star star no background clipart (2 Stars): This book was not good. I don’t absolutely hate it, but I feel like my time could have been better spent. Sometimes I give this rating for books that I don’t want to absolutely trash. It’s like passing a bad student with a C because you see their effort.

 

Gold star star no background clipart (1 Star): This book was garbage. Sorry, not sorry. I would never recommend it to anyone and I feel like it was a waste of time. Books that merit this rating have usually made me very angry and I will have threatened not to finish them several times while reading.

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