Book Ratings

For my book reviews, I use the following guidelines for book ratings:
Five paws means I loved the book.

Four paws means I really liked the book.

Three paws means I liked the book but something was missing.
There were some problems with the plot, characters, grammar, etc.

Two paws means that something(s) didn't click, elements/characters
weren't working, there were many grammatical/plot errors,
but the some aspect of it was still enjoyable.

One paw means that I honestly didn't not find this book to be enjoyable, it
wasn't written well, the storyline had plot holes, there were too many
spelling and grammatical mistakes, had character issues, etc. 

Half paws means that there was something minor that either
boosted the paw score up or dropped the paw score down.