Rating System

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Everyone use ratings in a different way. In this page I’m going to explain the way I rate the books I read.

My Rating System

5 stars= I love it! One of my favorites. I had difficulty putting down and I recommend buying it ASAP. I miss the story and was sad when it was over. The might maybe be one thing I had a problem with but still excellent book.

4 stars= It few things I had a problem with, so I can’t say I loved it. I really enjoyed it but it didn’t gave all the feels. It has issues but still enjoyable.

3 stars= It was good and I can’t say I regret reading it. I expected more but still a good read. Three star books are enjoyable but not anything I would scream others to read. It still had something I felt that made the book lacking. The book was mediocre and has a lot of good and bad things.

2 stars= It was OK. I only liked few things about it and thought about DNF’ing it for a moment or two. The book had more bad than good things. The might have been only few good things but overall not that enjoyable.

1 star= I didn’t like it. I refused to DNF it but had to force myself to finish. I don’t recommend it and might even want to forget the whole book’s existence. In these cases I can’t usually say anything good about them since I feel like the whole book was waste of time. It was horrible and had maybe one good thing.

DNF= Did not Finish. I always try to finish books but it might be that the book wasn’t for me or I just wasn’t in the mood for it. I might try to get back to these books later to give them another chance.