One Page Turn: For one reason or another (or many) we couldn’t finish the book. We would not recommend this to others and we have no plans to pick it back up again.
Two Page Turns: Not our favorite. We finished it, but it’s a few hours (or days) of our lives we will never get back. Flimsy plot, one dimensional characters, and cheesy dialogue did us in. We wouldn’t recommend this book to others, and we’ll be sure to tell you why.
Three Page Turns: This book was simply okay. Maybe it had a couple of plot holes, or characters we couldn’t fully connect with. We wouldn’t read this book again, but we might recommend it to readers who enjoy certain genres.
Four Page Turns: We enjoyed this book. The story kept us interested and we connected with the characters, and were happy to follow them along on their journey. We would recommend this book to the masses and might reread it some day.
Five Page Turns: This book has a new place on our Favorites shelf, and we will definitely be rereading it soon. We not only recommend this book to everyone we know, but we will likely secretly shove it ignto the bags and bookshelves of our nearest and dearest. We want to spread the gospel of this book around the world!
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