As a newbie book blogger, chances are I’ll probably say yes! Especially if offered a physical copy of the item – which isn’t to say that I don’t like eBooks, I just prefer the former.
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Five stars: Either I absolutely loved this book and it resonated with me on an emotional level, or I was extremely impressed with the way in which it was written. A five star review doesn’t necessarily mean i thought the book was flawless, I’m an emotional reviewer and will sometimes rate a book highly because I enjoyed it, not because I thought it was technically perfect.
Four stars: A common rating from me! I enjoyed this book a lot, but it wasn’t necessarily a favourite. Possibly, there was something about it that I thought should have been done differently. Overall, I can see this book appealing to a wide variety of readers and I’d love to check out more books from this author.
Three stars: Mostly positive. Generally, I thought the book was average / okay, but didn’t find it particularly special. I’d still recommend this book to certain readers, but it probably didn’t appeal to me.
Two stars: I did not enjoy this book and would not recommend it to others. However, I still see some value in it, perhaps it had a fun side character or it made me laugh on occasion.
One star: A one star review is very rare for me! Usually I’ll only give a book such a low rating if I found it offensive or potentially harmful.
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