Rating System

All my book reviews will be out of 5:
1 being the lowest rating Gold_Star.svg
5 being the highest rating Gold_Star.svgGold_Star.svgGold_Star.svgGold_Star.svgGold_Star.svg

Different people have different interpretations of this scoring system, so here is how mine will work:

1/5 – This book was a complete disaster! I don’t have anything good to say about it. I’m surprised I managed to finish it. How on earth did it manage to get past the publishers?

2/5 – This book was pretty boring, there was nothing particularly good about it. It was probably predictable. It wasn’t completely awful, but it didn’t improve my life in any way and I would not recommend it to a friend.

3/5 – This book was good! But it had some serious flaws, or lost the story a bit somewhere in the middle. It is probably still worth a read, but probably not a re-read. It may be more enjoyable for some readers than for others.

4/5 – This book was great! It still had a few flaws, eg. too much focus on a love triangle or I didn’t like the character. I would definitely recommend to a friend.

5/5 – This book was amazing! I could not put it down. Nothing could top it! Go and buy it and read it right now so we can fangirl over how amazing it is!

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