Discussion Time: Does Your Opinion on Books Change Over Time, and Does This Affect Your Reviews?

Nine times out of ten when I finish a book the first thing I do is head over to Goodreads so I can mark it as ‘read’ and add my rating. I don’t give myself a lot of time to think about it, I normally go with whatever my instinct is telling me to rate it. I’m not sure if that what’s most people do, but over the nearly three years I’ve been blogging I’ve noticed sometimes my opinion has changed.

There have been books where, the more I think about them after I’ve finished, the more I’ve realised they weren’t as good as I remember them being. Once the high of finishing a book has gone I started remembering some of the little things I didn’t really enjoy that much, the plot holes which, while reading I may have been able to brush past, but looking back I’ve realised bugged me more than I thought.

Does Your Opinion on Books Change Over Time

Does Your Opinion on Books Change Over Time, and Does This Affect Your Reviews?

There have been books which I’ve enjoyed less re-reading them, and this isn’t because I’ve remembered plot holes which bugged me more than I realise but simply because my reading tastes have changed over the years. I’m not going to go into that here because it would make my post way too long, and in my mind they’re two very different topics as well.


Looking back I know some of my ratings were too generous, the majority of the books I’ve rated on  Goodreads have been four or five stars but I think I was too swept away by the hype surrounding the author or the book itself for some of them. Strange the Dreamer for example is one of my all-time favourite books by one of my all-time favourite authors, it was so incredibly hyped up in the run up to its release that the second I had it in my hands I’d started reading it.

Strange the Dreamer

It probably doesn’t come as a surprise that I rated it five stars, and looking back I do stick to that rating but it took me ages to get into the story, both because of how the beginning was filled with backstory for the main character and because the writing was so rich it was hard to feel immersed in the story. Looking back now I wonder if my rating should be four stars instead of five. Ratings are personal to each person and I don’t think the fact that I would have rated Strange the Dreamer lower mean it isn’t an amazing book, just that it took me a while to really get into this book.


Then there are the books I realised were worse than I originally thought. I’ve never rated a book one star because I’ve always said I’ll reserve those for books I DNF, but should I even rate books I DNF given I didn’t make it to the end? When I finished reading All the Wind in the World my instinct was to rate it three stars, and that’s still my rating today, but looking back I feel like I should have rated it two stars.

All the Wind in the World

While I enjoyed the world I couldn’t stand the main character, and because All the Wind in the World was told in first person POV that affected my view on the story as well. At the time I didn’t feel that way but now, with time and distance from my emotions have just finished the book, that’s how I feel. However as I’ve already posted my review and my rating can I really change it this late after reading it?


It’s rare but it does happen the other way around as well. When I finished reading Daughter of the Siren Queen I rated it four stars, but a few days later while I was writing my review I struggled to remember what it was about the book I didn’t enjoy – the plot was well written and full of action, the setting expanded on what we knew from the first book, and the characters grew and were well developed – so I bumped my rating up to five stars.

Daughter of the Siren Queen

I changed my rating for Daughter of the Siren Queen but that’s the only book I can think of that I have. All the other books where my feelings ended up being a little more negative I left the original rating on Goodreads. Part of me thinks my ratings are more accurate when I go by instinct rather than letting doubts cloud my mind and my opinion, it’s kind of like when you have an interview and at first you think everything went all right but the more you think back on it the more you realise all the things it would have been better to say. For me rating books is like an interview.


Now Onto the Discussion Part of This Post:

When you’ve finished reading a book do you rate it straight away or leave it a few days?

Do you believe your ratings are more truthful when you’ve just finished reading a book or when some time has passed and you’ve had a chance to think more about it?

Do you change your ratings if, looking back, your opinions have changed?

Are your ratings more negative or more positive when you look back on books you’d have rated differently now some time has passed?

Let me know in the comments below.

57 thoughts on “Discussion Time: Does Your Opinion on Books Change Over Time, and Does This Affect Your Reviews?

  1. Such a fantastic discussion post!! 💗🌺 I definitely think about this a lot, especially with the books that I adored years and years ago during high school, I fear that I won’t like some as much as I used to! That has happened in the past too e.g. with Obsidian it was only a matter of 4.5 instead of the original 5 stars, but as I’ve grown, I might not like some books as much now. However, it has also recently happened that I loved a book I read 5 years ago as much as before, which was a surprise! I was full on prepared to hate it now, but somehow it still had some appeal to me! 🙂

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    1. Thanks so much Caro. 🙂 ❤️ Yeah there are plenty of books I read in high school that I know I won’t love as much now as I did the first time around (even just thinking of them I can pick apart the flaws). Those I leave, there’s something to be said for nostalgia after all. Funny you mentioned Obsidio because I feel like now looking back that would be more of a 4.5 rating from me too. It was good, but not as good as Illuminae or Gemina.
      I suppose it’s rare it happens the other way around, but I guess we’re more likely to think on/go back to books we’ve loved than books we’ve not loved; so maybe it’s not that it’s rare but more that there’s not a lot of opportunities for us to love books more later on you know? 🙂

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  2. Oh this is such an interesting discussion! I always rate a book right away as well, though sometimes I change it while writing my review, because I realise I actually enjoyed it more/even less than I thought. I have also sometimes erased my rating and review a long time after finishing it, because I realise the book is actually kinda problematic so I don’t stand by my rating and review anymore, but I don’t know how to rate and review it since it’s been so long since I read it so I feel like I can’t properly rate/review it if that makes sense 😅

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  3. I absolutely LOVE this discussion, Beth! It’s definitely one I relate to a lot, since I’m always doubting my old ratings (especially since I never write down my thoughts haha). One positive to negative example was Strange the Dreamer like you, though not really that negative haha. I think I took like a half or full star off because I realized that the hype had made me rate it higher than I actually thought it deserved!

    And as for a lower to higher rating, that would probably be Song of Achilles for me! It was at 4 stars because of the slow pacing at the beginning, and how it was slightly boring until after halfway through, but it just stuck with me so much for so long that I had to bump it up to 5!

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    1. Thanks so much May. 🙂 Yeah and looking back even further now I’m re-reading more I realise some of my ratings have changed over the years. I guess even just between us rating on GR and writing our reviews our reading tastes are slowly developing. There was so much hype for Strange the Dreamer wasn’t there? I mean it was a great book but sometimes there is nothing that can live up to the hype it actually has.
      I’m glad The Song of Achilles was one of those books you ended up rating higher. Sometimes I guess it just goes show it can be worth waiting for the story to actually kick into gear. 😀

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  4. I relate a lot with this post, honestly. I also rate books immediately after I finish them, which I don’t think is the wisest choice at times. At the same time, I always feel awkward to go back and change them, so sometimes I leave them there, even if I don’t agree with it 100% anymore. Usually, the more I think about books, I also tend to lower my rating; but I do have a few instances in which I realized that maybe the book wasn’t as bad as I first rated it. For example, My Life Next Door, by Huntley Fitzpatrick – I gave the book 1 star, and that’s how I still have it on my Goodreads, but thinking back, I think I could’ve given it 2 stars.
    Recently, I also finished Obsidio and I did give it 5 stars, but the more I think about it, the more I feel like I should lower it. However, there’s so much that I love about the overall series, that I feel bad not rating all the books 5 stars. Basically: a lot of conflicting thoughts everytime I rate a book, hahaha. I think it’s impossible not to let our love for a series/author affect the way we review books, so I try not worry much about it; even though it’s probably not objectively the best book I’ve ever read, I also think it’s okay to take into consideration your feelings/attachment towards a book when rating them.

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    1. No I completely get what you mean. I do the same and when it come to writing my reviews I realise it’s not a five-star review like my rating but it just seems a little awkward to have to change the rating after it’s sat on my Goodreads for so long.
      I feel like it’s rare that we have books we later realise are better than we first thought (though it makes it all the more worthwhile when they do come around). I definitely get what you mean about Obsidio. For me I think there was just too much happening in that last book for me to give it a five-star despite how much loved the series.
      Oh yeah, we all have personal feelings that will shape our reviews, I guess we have to expect that ratings will change with time. Happens to everyone right? 🙂

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  5. I’m not even sure, personally! On one hand, our memory fades with time so we’re bound to forget more the more time goes by… So technically, our experience immediately after reading a book should be the most accurate. On the other hand, feelings and hormones are fickle and those are basically the things we are experiencing after finishing a story. Thus, we cannot trust our judgement at that exact point in time – it should become more accurate later on.

    You see why it’s so difficult to reply to this dilemma? XD I daresay, it’s impossible!

    Usually, I let some time pass before rating/reviewing a book but that has more to do with time constraints/laziness than actual feeling like that is the right thing to do. Only rarely do I think I should let some time pass so my feelings can settle down. As soon as I start writing a review, I feel like the initial high has passed, whether it has been a minute or an hour since finishing the book. So yeah, it’s not about time in my case, usually.

    Then again, I try not to let too much time pass in between reading and reviewing because of the memory thing. Mine is absolutely atrocious and if I don’t take notes along the way or write a draft of a review soon after finishing, I ought to forget most of the key points. I remember how a book MADE me feel, but not the reasons that led to those feelings. Does that make sense? xD

    So yeah, I really like this topic because it’s one I struggle with soooo much and you addressed it super well with your post, Beth 🙂 Amazing discussion!

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    1. See most times I think my gut rating is more accurate, and I think most times I do stick with it. When I’m writing my reviews it’s rare that I change a rating, but sometimes my rating does change and I think it’s more with hyped books that that happens. I feel like I get swept away by the hype and then looking back I realise there are things that could have been done better and my rating does change.
      Definitely a difficult question, and I think it will vary depending on the person. Some people will change their rating on GR if they realise their feelings on the book change but other people stick with their gut (I think again I vary).
      I’ve let a fair bit of time pass before writing some of my reviews, and notes have helped in this case. I normally rate the book on Goodreads and write notes right away so I can keep my memory fresh but then I’ll write the review a few days later when I’ve let my feelings sit a little.
      Thanks so much Sophie, I’m glad you enjoyed this post. 🙂 ❤

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      1. Yeah I feel your dilemma…
        That’s a great strategy, to be honest 🙂 I’m glad it works for you! I always have a hard time knowing where to keep my notes, etc, they always end up in different/random places depending on where I am and what kind of access I have so it’s quite the mess xD
        Without them, however, I’d be totally lost. Do you write your notes anywhere in particular? I tried a notebook but failed to have it with me all the time so now I just write them down on my phone, which is where I read most books anyway and it syncs to all my other devices – plus, I’m never without my phone so it’s safer hahaha

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      2. I think it helps that I’m stubborn and rarely change my mind once I’m set on something, even if it is just a book rating. 🙂
        With my notes I’m the same, I wrote them on my iPad, I have OneNote which is synced with my phone too so I always have them no matter the device, and because I do a lot of reading while commuting I always have one or the other with me. Were the generation who are never too far away from their phones, so in my mind if it works it works. 😀

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  6. This is such an interesting post, I really enjoyed reading it! 🙂 I have to say that it really depends for me. I usually start to think about a possible rating as I’m reading, taking note of everything, because I tend to forget my complaints about a book after I’m done with it and have been done with it for a couple weeks or even days. I’ll look back on the book and think, “oh, that was good!” and already have overlooked everything that I didn’t like as much about it. As for rereading, I tend to normally enjoy the book the same, if not more! I think that’s because I only reread my all-time favorites and returning to them is alway a joy. Again, really lovely post! ❤

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    1. Thanks so much Olivia. 🙂 I get what you mean about forgetting complaints once you’ve finished a book, sometimes you get swept away by the ending and remember it as better than it was. I don’t tend to take notes while I’m reading but I’m going to start taking notes straight away when I’ve finished reading, so I can remember everything about the book for when I’m writing my review a few weeks down the line.
      Only going back to your all-time favourites to reread is probably a good idea. It means you’re pretty much guaranteed to love the book exactly the same. 🙂

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  7. Great topic Beth! 🙂 I don’t normally change my rating on a book unless the book really stays with me in a good or bad way and I think that I need to reevaluate my rating. I think I’ve done it a few times. Even when I re-read a book years later I re-rate a book depending on my current thoughts.

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    1. Thanks so much Meghan. 🙂 ❤️ Yeah most times I stick with my gut reaction when it comes to rating books as well. When I reread books though I do leave the original rating, even if I haven’t enjoyed it as much or enjoyed it more, just because that original rating is for the first time I read the book and I dunno I don’t tend to rate rereads because I already know the book you know?

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  8. This is really well said! I do this quite often and struggle with whether or not I should change my star rating. Right now I’m feeling that way about the Lightning Thief series. I really like the books, but I’m realizing now that I’m a few months out from reading them that they’re not 5 star reads for me. I think I was rating them based on how I would have felt if I would have actually read them when I was younger like everyone else!

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    1. Thanks so much. 🙂 Yeah a lot of the time when I’m reviewing a book I’ve already rated I have that struggle too. It’s always a shame but sometimes once the buzz of having just finished a book fades you realise it was’t as good as you thought. A couple of books I read last year which I still need to write reviews for I initially rated them five stars but looking back I’m thinking I’l drop that rating slightly. They were good but not as good as I’d hoped.

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  9. I tend to be quite generous in my reviews and there are definitely some that I should have given less stars! But actually there have been several books that I’ve been kind of ambivalent about but then my feelings change thinking about it later 😊 Really interesting post!

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    1. I have a lot of books which I’ve rated four or five stars, so I guess you could say I’m generous in my reviews too. 😀 Yeah I think everyone has changing feelings when it comes to books, take the time to think on something long enough and your opinions are bound to change.
      Thanks so much. 🙂

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  10. This is such an interesting discussion, Beth, I love it. I have to say that I tend to take a little bit of time before rating the book on goodreads and even more time to actually draft my review, so my opinion changes a little bit when time passes. Sometimes, I feel like a book isn’t as fantastic as it was, or sometimes when a book ends on such a rollercoaster, it’s easy to want to rate it 5 stars and only think of the rocky start once I start drafting my review. It’s so complicated haha. I don’t really drastically change my ratings ever, though, sometimes it just goes up or down one star 🙂
    Wonderful post! ❤

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    1. Thanks so much Marie, I will say based on the comments I don’t think many people do that. I always go with my gut reaction, so the second I finish a book I’ll rate it on GR and that’s that. Someone else mentioned that they keep track of ratings on an Excel spreadsheet, so they don’t rate books until they write the review and then they can see if their opinions change and then rate it on GR. I’m going to start doing that because it seemed like it would work for me too. Oh yeah, whenever I’ve changed ratings it’s not been by a massive amount. Only a star either way.
      Thanks so much. 🙂 ❤

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  11. I also rate mine straight away just as part of saying I’ve finished the book. I don’t often change them, but have recently just done exactly that. I think what gets me is that five stars isn’t a lot of leeway – a solid and enjoyable book is given the same rating as one I absolutely obsessed over, because the solid one deserves more than 4* – if that makes sense? My three star ratings really don’t line up with one another in terms of how much I enjoyed it. That’s why I stopped giving ratings on the blog because I couldn’t figure them out. Love this post – relate to it so much!

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    1. That does make sense, a lot of the books I rate have been given five stars but there’s a difference between my all-time favourites which I will reread over and over again and still love and a five-star book which was good but not one I’ll obsess over. If only there were half stars on Goodreads. Ha, yeah maybe giving ratings is something I should reconsider on my blog, or maybe adding half stars to differentiate books more.
      Thanks so much. 🙂 ❤

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  12. I usually don’t rate a book publicly right after finishing it. I have an Excel spreadsheet where I track what I read every year and as soon as I finish something I will mark it as read on Goodreads and ad it to my Excel spreadsheet after and only in that Excel spreadsheet will I add a rating. I then put the book to the side and wait until at least the day after to write the review.
    And when I write the review I’ll check how I rated it and think about why write my review from there and once I have finished that I will either have found out my first feeling was right, or I will have figured out that it wasn’t and will adjust my rating accordingly. So in the end the actual final rating I give a book is the one on my blog and my goodreads, because that’s the one I really thought about, and those do rarely if ever change tbh. I might change them if I reread the book, but most books I might reread ten years later because it takes me that long not to remember the story.

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    1. Ohh, that’s actually a great idea. I have an excel spreadsheet which I use to keep a track of what books I have read and what dates I read them but I never thought of using it to manage my ratings to allow the what I’ve read to sink in before judging it. I may actually have to steal this idea from you. It sounds like it works really well for you and in a way saves you from changing your GR rating too much. 😀
      God I wish I could remember books that clearly, I tend to forget books I read last week my memory is that bad. 🙂

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      1. Feel free to steal it if it helps you! I mean it’s not like I can tell you what method to use or not use anyways 😉
        Haha I sometimes wish I cold forget books more easily. It would save me a lot of money if I could just reread old books regularly 😂

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  13. I am in the same boat as you, I rate books pretty much right away after I finish reading them. I think, for me, it works better because those ratings at the time are the genuine ones. Sure, I sometimes do go back and wonder about their rating if there is something that bothers for a long while but I generally don’t change the rating unless I re-read it and find some very obvious and glaring points that I somehow missed during my first read.
    An interesting topic and great post.

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    1. Yeah the second you finish a book it’s still fresh in your mind how you felt while reading it. If you wait a few days then you start having doubts and forget how you felt while reading it.
      Most times my rating stays the same, but if there’s something that does bother me that much I will change it. Writing a review means I have to engage the critical part of my brain and I think more about the writing and the plot than just my gut feelings while reading. They’re two very different things so it does mean my rating changes when looking back.
      Thanks so much. 🙂 ❤

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  14. I generally take time to really digest and analyze a book before giving it a full review, but usually the rating just comes to me right away. I try to remember that every book is an experience and my review will reflect my thoughts during that experience. I don’t generally re-read books (except for a very select few), though I will sometimes read other reviews to gain a wider perspective. But while I may learn some new things or think about things a little differently, my reviews won’t change much. The Twilight books got me back into reading as a teenager. As an adult, I can understand the problems some people have with them, but I wouldn’t change my ratings or reviews for them. Also, I find my star ratings don’t always perfectly represent a book I loved. There are books that I am sure I didn’t really like, but something in me gave the book a higher rating because the author had me hooked the entire time. Jenny Han’s “The Summer I Turned Pretty” is the perfect example–looking back at those books, I couldn’t stand the love triangle and the protagonist’s life choices…but I gave every book a 4 star rating because I read each book in a day. Same thing with The Selection (the first three–I didn’t like Eadlyn much). I hate that the story was based on pitting girls against each other over a man, but those books kept me up way too late! Great discussion post!

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    1. Yeah when I rate books I go on my gut instinct, going back a few days later to write the review I start analyzing what I felt when I read and while most times the review does match the rating (if I rate a book five stars there’s obviously a lot I loved about it and it’s about getting all that down on paper). Yeah I loved Twilight when I was a teenager too, and they’re one of the series I won’t ever re-read. I know I wouldn’t enjoy it as much now as I did back then and I don’t want to spoil the love my teenage self had for it.
      When it comes down to it we read to be absorbed in the books, the characters and the story, if you’re hooked on something like you were Jenny Han’s books or The Selection series there’s nothing wrong with rating it four stars even if you didn’t agree with the protagonists choice, like you said you were hooked so there must have been something that kept you reading. 😀

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  15. I do the same thing as you and immediately go on Goodreads to give my gut rating. Sometimes I do sit on writing the review for a week and depending on the book, I may actually change my rating. When I write my review I’ll find myself getting excited about some thing which may or may not alter my feelings. Of course that does work in the alternate direction as well! I do think my initial gut instinct is pretty accurate though. Great discussion post! Also, Strange the Dreamer was VERY hard to get into. It took me half the book!it doesn’t mean I didn’t appreciate the great story and characters but I too only gave it a four. It dragged on and on.

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    1. Yeah that’s what I do, although at the moment I do have some books I read four months ago I still need to review, so I’ve gotta get on them soon. It’s interesting writing when we’re looking back on the things we enjoyed and didn’t enjoy and seeing how they change our initial gut rating. Sometimes you need distance to realise you didn’t enjoy the book or did enjoy it more.
      Thanks so much. Yeah the whole book was amazing once you got into it, it was just the getting into it that was a struggle. 🙂

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  16. I was actually just writing a discussion post on something similar to this the other day ! It’s about how my reading tastes have changed, and so has the way I rate books! I definitely am guilty of giving books ratings that they don’t deserve- be that too high or too low! i’m working on it though 🙂 great post!

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    1. I almost feel like when it comes down to it we’re all a little guilty of rating some books a little higher or lower than they maybe deserve. I guess reading is a personal thing so there’s no way to really avoid it right? Reading tastes definitely change; looking back to when I started blogging I’ve come a long way judged solely on the books I read. 🙂
      Thanks so much. ❤

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  17. I rate based on my gut instinct when I finished the book. If my opinions change, I still leave the Goodreads rating intact for consistency, though I will rerate if my tastes change due to a reread. I prefer to let my Goodreads act like a time capsule where I can look at my honest opinions of what I read at the time that I read it.

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    1. Oh that’s interesting. I do the same, rate on gut instinct once I’ve finished a book, but if when writing a review I feel like my opinion has changed I’ll always change my initial GR rating to match to. I think that’s a good way of looking at it though, maybe our opinions are more honest when we go off our guts once we’ve just finished reading. 🙂

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  18. I definitely agree – even though I’ve only been blogging for a few months, my rating system and overall opinion on books has changed quite a lot! I try to review books a few days after I read it, just so that I give myself time to think things through, but sometimes I wait too long and then forget everything…
    And a lot of times, I do tend to rate a book higher because of the hype, but sometimes I rate a book *lower* because the hype caused me to expect even more! I guess it changes depending on what genre as well, but overall I try to give all of my books fair reviews 🙂

    Great discussion!

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    1. I feel like when you first start blogging your overall opinions can change a lot, I guess it’s reading a lot of other people’s reviews as well as writing your own right? Yeah it’s rare I write reviews right away too, but I always rate books the second I finish them and sometimes when it comes to a few days later and I’m writing the review I do have to adjust my rating a little.
      Oh hype is a dangerous thing, I mean it’s great when it works out well but there have been a few times when the book hasn’t been as good as the hype led me to believe and I’ve always rated lower too. Our expectations are hard to manage sometimes.
      Thanks so much. 🙂 ❤

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  19. I like to think on my reviews for a few days before I write it for Goodreads and/or my blog. There have been a few times I have changed a rating on Goodreads up or down- but usually only by one star. If only they allowed for half star ratings!

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  20. I relate to a lot of this for sure- I also tend to rate straight after reading it and often don’t give it much thought. And I can definitely relate to books not being as good as I remember or niggling details bothering me more than I first thought. And I also find that my reading taste has evolved for sure. And I think that’s fair about reflecting on your own enjoyment. I think that’s rare it could happen in reverse- but it is possible! Really interesting discussion to have!! ❤

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    1. Sometimes when it comes to rating books it has to be better to go with your gut feeling. After all when you’ve just finished the book is fresh in your mind and you can remember how you felt while reading it.
      There are a few books I loved when I was a teenager which I won’t re-read now because where I rated them five-stars back then I doubt they’d get higher than three now, and I don’t want to spoil that memory I have of them.
      Definitely rare, but it makes it all the more special when it does happen right?
      Thanks so much. 🙂 ❤

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  21. My feelings on books do change over time, but I don’t necessarily change my review. If I think there’s something objective better or worse about the book than I realized initially, I might change the review. However, if I enjoyed a book while I was reading and, say, suddenly decided I just didn’t like the main character that much personally, I wouldn’t change the rating. I’d be more likely to change it if, upon reflection, I realized the world building was shoddy or a major plot point was illogical or something.

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    1. Yeah I guess it differs if say you decide you don’t like the main character personally compared to if fundamentally the world building wasn’t well written or there were problematic aspects. The first is more your personal feelings whereas the other is more critical right? Looking back there are books which I’ve realised have problematic aspects which I feel like I should rate lower, but books where I just grow out of the story or the characters I leave the rating the same. My feelings have changed since I first read the book but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t a great book when I first read it.

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