Rating Guide

I just want to let you all know how my scale works when it comes to reviewing books. Because it's only out of  five stars, I thought that it would add more clarity to my reviews if I broke down what each star means for me. If any of you are on Goodreads.com, it's very similar to their ratings but with more detail.

1 Star: I really hate this book. I'm shocked that I made it all the way through.

1.5 Stars: Still hate this book but there might a couple of good qualities about it.

2 Stars: I don't hate it. There are some good moments that I want to share but otherwise I wouldn't recommend.

2.5 Stars: It's okay. I'm on the verge of liking it but I'm not quite there. I don't regret reading it.

3 Stars: I enjoyed it, and it held my attention from beginning to end, but it's not one of my favorite books.

3.5 Stars: I liked it. It held my attention from beginning to end and I'm most likely attached to one character or the main couple.

4 Stars: I really liked this book. The plot was interesting and I'm emotionally invested in the well-being of the characters.

4.5 Stars: I love this book! My heart was racing, my palms are sweating, and I can't put the book down.

5 Stars: THIS BOOK IS AMAZING. IT'S PERFECT, I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE IT. OH MY GOD, EVERYONE MUST READ IT AND WITNESS ITS PERFECTION. MY BABIES!

3 comments:

  1. Going from your rating of 4.5 to 5, my first thought was "boy, that escalated quickly..." xD

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  2. Which seems to be very important and it made good for me. I will always give a nice thrust look in to you from my bookmark feed. I don’t actually comment and don’t like to spend time in typing the comment. But here I have to do this because this deserves a good like.

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