Rating System

My rating system is pretty simple:

  • 5+ Stars = *FOAMS AT MOUTH* HOW CAN SOMETHING THIS AWESOME EXISSSSSST?!
  • 5 Stars = INCREDIBLE! EVERYONE MUST READ! GO GO GO!!
  • 4.5 Stars = Loved it, but not enough to give it a perfect 5
  • 4 Stars = Loved it.
  • 3.5 Stars / 3.75 Stars = Liked it well enough, but there were some issues I couldn’t get past
  • 3 Stars = Liked it / It was ok
  • 2.5 Stars = There was A LOT wrong with it, but still some potential
  • 2 Stars = ….ehhhh… let’s just say there was more I did NOT like about it than what I actually did
  • 1.5 Stars = Might have had a decent or even great plot/synopsis/concept/characters but fell short in actual execution or had crap writing.
  • 1 Star = Literally a waste of time.
  • DNL = Did not like (which could simply be that I had no idea what I was getting myself into and once I started reading, found I just didn’t like the concept/characters/plot/etc. For these I don’t really rate because they may have been written well and everything… I just didn’t like ’em. :/)
  • DNF = Did not finish (which means it was either THAT BAD or didn’t hold my interest long enough for me to finish in a reasonable amount of time)
  • NO STARS = as in “Who The Hell Even Thought This Deserved Stars?”
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