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How I use the 5-Star rating system on Goodreads

The Fault in Our Blogs

Most book reviewers believe in some way that rating all books on the same scale of 1 to 5 is messy. For example, what am I supposed to do when I just read a really good fantasy book that is nothing like any of the literary fiction picks that dominate my shelves? What do those five stars even MEAN? Why are there only five? Why is rating books even important?

Over time I stopped putting 1 to 5 ratings on my blog reviews, because I think the definition of what those stars mean varies too much from person to person.

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  1. Always a little disoriented at first when you guys feature me and I see my own posts on my wordpress dash! Thanks for the signal boost, I really appreciate it 🙂

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