How We Rate

Looking at a review and trying to figure out exactly what two blanks means? We got you covered right here:

  • 5: This made me feel, hope, and dream. If you don't read this, you are missing out on the most wonderful book in the whole entire world!
  • 4: It was really good, and I suggest you go out and buy it as soon as you possibly can.
  • 3: It was alright. It was there. There were certainly some good parts, but you can take it or leave it, really.
  • 2: Save yourself the trouble and just don't bother even picking this book up. There might've been one or two interesting parts, but it isn't worth the effort to try and find them.
  • 1: If I never see this book again, it'll be too soon. Don't look at it. Don't think about. Just forget it ever existed, and hopefully I will too.
Our review system is simple. We'll choose a main element from the story and use that as how we rate the book. For example, our review of In Honor by Jessi Kirby is measured in cowboy boots, because those were a point mentioned multiple times in the book. Each element means the same amount, i.e. one cowboy boot is the same as one cupcake is the same as one star.
Hopefully we don't have to be as harsh as one, but there are some pretty horrible books out there, and we've read them. We mean no disrespect to the authors either, it's just that...Well, we want our readers to get the full, honest truth!

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