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Can I talk to you about the content of "Forgotten Marriage...."by Stanley B. Burns?
I like your rating system.
I pulled up your profile after noticing that you had one of the few other copies listed of "Whistler, Sargent, and Steer" & gave it the same rating I would/did.
RE: Shadow Catcher....it's not Marianne Wiggins' best work. However her book, Evidence of Things Unseen is one of my favorite reads in the past 5 years. You might like.
no stars: Not Yet Rated/Not finished reading.
1/2 star: blech. Awful and dreadful, but somehow I still managed to finish it.
1 star: Bad
2 stars: Not very good. Definitely would not recommend. I rated a lot of books from childhood at 2 stars, because I liked them okay at the time, but looking back I know that they weren't the greatest.
2.5 stars: Ambivalent opinion. Wasn't good, but didn't hate it.
3 stars: Pretty good. I might recommend it, but with reservations. I probably wouldn't take the time to read it again.
3.5 stars: I liked it and would probably read it again if I had time.
4 stars: Great, definitely a book to keep but maybe haven't gotten to read it again to see if my opinion is as strong.
4.5 stars: One of my favorites.
5 stars: Best of the best; I have read it multiple times and loved it just as much if not more on subsequent readings.
Apparently, when you weight the lists, we have very similar libraries. Imagine that!

-Shannon
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