Hi! if you're reading this, I suppose that you probably have my same taste in books. My name's Jackson, and - OH, NO!!!! STRANGER DANGER!!!! Now that you know my name, you'll probably kidnap me and force me to recommend some good books! Well, before you do that, just look at my areas of interest. ;)
Areas of Interest
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Anything containing magic
My Rating Scale
-Awesome, one of the best books I've ever read. Anyone who hasn't read this is missing out on something wonderful.
-Awesome, but not as awesome as 5/5. Still a very good book, though.
-Very good, but missing something.
-Good. This book is satisfactory, but not riveting.
-An OK book, but with bad plot, characters, or setting.
-Bad, not worth your time.
-Bad, will nauseate readers with a fine taste in books.
-You will probably puke your guts out after the first chapter. If you have the courage to read the rest of it, you will find yourself wondering whether anyone would care if you tore it up and threw it away.
-Awful. almost, but not as bad as Anne of Green Gables or Superburger. You will start feeling suicidal after the first chapter.
- This book is horrible. I would rather eat raw fish covered in spam and brussels sprouts than read this again.
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