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1 = bad, 2 = fair, 3 = good, 4 = excellent); basically if you give it a 3 or a 4 you are recommending others read it, if you give a 1 you are strongly recommended other people do not bother reading it, and if you give it a 2 that's sort of ambiguous since obviously you didn't like it that much but maybe others will.
For me then, 1 means DO NOT READ, 2 means I didn't like it (or it wasn't great) but still has merit, 3 means I liked it, and 4 means I really liked it.
The issues with perfection being unattainable so a four is never given is less an issue to me if we look at it this way. 4 simply means it is a very good book and is well edited. 1 means I wouldn't recommend it at all. 2 and 3 are equally simple. The more letters/numbers/smiley faces we put in a rating system, the less likely we would be to give the top and bottom marks.
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