My Rating System

Ok so my system is super simple and I have no idea if anyone else does it the same, I mean probably, how many different ways are there to use a five star rating system.

★★★★★ – Five star reviews: they are mystical creatures rarely seen, but when you come across them you need to relish in the moment and then tell all your friends. These book are AMAZING!!!

★★★★☆ – Four star reviews: These guys are a little bit more common, you don’t see them every day but man you’re happy to catch a glimpse of them, and you’ll probably tell some peeps about coming across this find. These books are what I consider really good but not quite the life changers the five stars are.

★★★☆☆ – Three star reviews: These are common, like house cat common. Everyone seems to have one, and none of them really stand out in your mind. You probably won’t tell anyone unless asked about because you’ve already moved on to the next. These book are the ones that are good and don’t really bring up much of a feeling when finished.

★★☆☆☆ – Two star reviews: These ones are also super common and you don’t really like them like when someone has a hamster as kid all over the place but they don’t really do anything. These ones fall into the meh category, you will tell no one about it because it’s already forgotten.

★☆☆☆☆ – One star reviews: These are like rats wandering around ruining everything, nobody likes them but you can’t get ride of them. These books are a little different than the others because these ones you HATE, but contrary to what you may have thought you do tell people about them but its a warning, to stay clear.

Anyways that’s my super simple rating system to half stars here. I thought I would put a bit of a twist on it for you guys.