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 = 34908556

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id ▼ book_id user_id rating text date_added date_updated read_at started_at
2776982496 The Unicorn Anthology 34908556 rixx 41972609 3 Rating anthologies is always hard. **The Unicorn Anthology**, fittingly edited by *Peter S. Beagle* contained stories that touched me, and stories that just passed some time. Different strokes for different folks, and all that. Most stories tended to be dark and tragic, unsurprisingly enough. There are a couple of very good stories in there, so if the whole mythical realism thing interests you, check it out. (An ARC in exchange for a review was provided by the publisher via NetGalley.) 2019-04-06T08:23:56-07:00 2020-02-23T11:40:21-08:00 2019-04-08T07:49:14-07:00 2019-04-06T08:23:57-07:00

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CREATE TABLE [reviews] (
   [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);