Reviews are the m:n mapping table between books and shelves. This means books that are just on your to-read shelf still have a review, connecting the book with your shelf. I don't make the rules.

1 row where book_id = 106

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id ▼ book_id user_id rating text date_added date_updated read_at started_at
2451095056 Dune Messiah 106 rixx 41972609 2 **Dune Messiah** was very much not my kind of book, and for different reasons than I disliked **Dune**. While my criticism regarding Good vs Evil characters from the first volume isn't relevant to the second one, *Frank Herbert*'s narration style of showing the thoughts of just about everybody felt like a giant "tell, don't show". I felt like the story just crawled along. Everything was overthought and overexplained, none of the characters were likeable in any way, and very little actually happened. I felt that the large time gap ("I don't want to be the messiah and cause a jihad" - 12 years later, guess what) took also part in my disbelief at the fact that there was nothing an emperor could do to at least mitigate the issues he suffered from. Ehh, I probably won't go on with the series. 2018-07-09T11:38:30-07:00 2019-09-29T13:53:45-07:00 2018-08-04T11:48:15-07:00 2018-08-04T11:44:25-07:00

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CREATE TABLE [reviews] (
   [id] TEXT PRIMARY KEY,
   [book_id] TEXT REFERENCES [books]([id]),
   [user_id] TEXT REFERENCES [users]([id]),
   [rating] TEXT,
   [text] TEXT,
   [date_added] TEXT,
   [date_updated] TEXT
, [read_at] TEXT, [started_at] TEXT);