Rating system

I work on a 5 star rating system:

3 stars – It’s OK, the sort of book you read and donate to the charity shop or borrow from the library rather than buy.

4 stars – It’s good, definitely worthy of a re-read one day

5 stars – It’s amazing! Worthy of the space on my very limited book shelf. The sort of book I buy twice because I want book the ebook and the paper copy too.

Super star – When 5 stars just aren’t enough. Books that I will read over and over again.

You won’t find a review with less than 3 stars as I just won’t finish the book.

Please remember, the reviews are my opinions of the books I have read, everyone’s entitled to an opinion and they’re not always the same but I will always be honest and only post reviews of books I have completed.


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