I have a thing for stars and moons, and so moons felt appropriate for my rating system. My awesome graphic designer was clever with my moons. My rating moons go through the moon phases. I'm thoroughly amused by this.
- Five Moons, the ultimate compliment from me. Five moons mean I'm going to obsess over this book, stalk the author on social media, tell everyone I know about it and then let out a fangirl squeal every time it's mentioned. If it's a series, will definitely read the next book. If it's made into a movie, I will probably force my husband to take me the opening week.
- Four Moons, I like this book! Overall more positive things to say than negative things. There's probably a few things that bugged me, but nothing awful. Most likely will recommend to several people. Will most likely read the next book in the series (assuming it's in a series).
-Three moons, nothing special. I was probably entertained but wasn't overly moved one way or another. I would probably describe as "decent" or "entertaining enough." May or may not read the next book in series.
- Two moons. I dislike this book. I probably felt more negative things than positive things and was probably yelling at the book the entire time. Probably wouldn't recommend and probably wouldn't read the next book in the series. Will probably go into my "disappointing" folder on Goodreads
- One moon, I forced myself to finish this book. I probably read this book in its entirety, but I regret every minute of it. It will automatically go into my "disappointing" folder on Goodreads. Will not recommend, will not continue series. Will definitely sanitize my brain after reading.