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Rating Books

How do you choose how many stars to give a book? What does each star level represent for you?

For me, one-star books are DNFs. Now, I don’t think I’ve ever been required to review a DNF book, so I’m not sure I’ve ever given a book one star. I don’t like writing not-positive reviews. 😂

If I give a book two stars, I finished it but didn’t like it. Once again, I’m not sure I’ve ever actually given a two-star review, mostly because I put down a book if I’m not enjoying it.

Three-star books are good, but I won’t reread them. While I enjoyed it, it didn’t wow me.

Now, there is a little bit of a range between three and four stars for me, so I do three and a half stars pretty often. Those are books I’d get from the library and reread, but don’t need to own.

Four-stars are great reads. I’ll recommend these books, reread them, and probably purchase a copy.

And five-stars are my favorites. You hear me shouting about them from the rooftops. 😄

Tell me how you rate books!

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