Rating Cheat Sheet

I figure it’s important in a book blog to communicate how I’m rating books. You know, just so you know which books I would jump into a fire to save (a small fire, I admit) and books I could lose on the train and be okay with it.

stock image bow– I absolutely didn’t like the book and that’s that.

stock image bowstock image bow-It was okay. I didn’t hate it with a burning passion, but I didn’t like it either. Nothing special about two bows

stock image bowstock image bowstock image bow-I liked it, but there were some problems.  Probably not a re-read but I don’t feel like I wasted my time either.

stock image bowstock image bowstock image bowstock image bow– I really enjoyed this book. This is a definite recommended read and I would gladly give it to any of my friends.

stock image bowstock image bowstock image bowstock image bowstock image bow– I LURVED the book! Loved it to the point where I didn’t want to put it down, got mad at the author for not writing a never-ending story, immediately looked online for the sequel, etc. Again, I would recommend a book with this rating to anyone, even my enemies so they’d become my friends.

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