Rating System

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

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!


Some books may fall slightly between two of the categories (eg. 3.5). Every review will have my rate at the top of the review in bold.


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