About Ratings and Reviews
You called, and we answered. Members can now give books a rating—from one (terrible!) to five (terrific!)—and write a review so others can see what you thought of a book. Share your feelings with the world.
How do you rate and review books?
You need to be a logged-in Member to rate and review books. (Not yet registered?)
To rate a book, visit that book's page on DailyLit. You'll see the words "My Rating" with five dots underneath it. Select your rating (from one to five) and click on the corresponding dot. You can also rate books while you write a review.
Writing a review is easy too. Visit the book's page on DailyLit, and you'll see a link to Post a Review. Click on it, let your inner critic shine, give the book a rating using the dots above the rating box, and then hit Submit.
Why should I rate and review books?
Ratings and reviews spark conversation and provide a great source of recommendations. Your reviews will appear in the Forums so other Members can read and respond, and they'll also become a part of your Member profile, so folks with similar tastes can get ideas from each other about what books they might like. The reviews—and each book's average rating—will appear on that book's page on DailyLit so if you're browsing for your next read, you can find out what's good.
So go ahead. Pick a fight with the English literary canon. Find the books that make everyone's heart race (we're looking at you, Mr. Darcy). See if anyone else thinks Hamlet is totally overrated (what is it with this guy and his mother?). Grab your opinions and jump in.