These are example of books for each in-the-box rating, and food to go along with them. Hopefully this will give people an idea of what my dual ratings mean.
5. Ice, by Sarah Beth Durst
This book was beyond amazing
. I would say that this is a vanilla soufflé with caramel sauce and a mango chutney. It was absolutely amazing, so mind blowingly awesome that it doesn't even matter that there isn't any chocolate.
4. Pride and Prejudice, by Jane Austin
This is a creamy, homemade macaroni and cheese. Its filling, and
comforting, and is perfect for a cold rainy day.
3. The Princess Diaries, by Meg Cabot
This was like cotton candy. It was sweet, but after more than a couple bites, it becomes sickly sweet.
2. Twilight, by Stephenie Meyer
This was...well, i don't know. It was bad though. The writing style made me want to barf. It was comparable to over-cooked boiled spinach; slimy and gross.
1. Brighton Beach Memoirs, by Neil Simon
This book was so terrible that i cant imagine any food bad enough to compare it too. Picture eating fire, or wood. it was that painful.