Just for clarity, I'll say that 60-85 percent five stars is typically the sweet spot for really good books. And rarely do books get rated 86-92 percent five stars. I think the highest I've seen for a book with more than 100 ratings to be about 88 to 91 five stars. I know I've seen low 90's on some lesser volume rated books. So, the idea that Hillary's book would be at 92-95 five star rating just blatantly betrays the rating system. As an aside, if you find a book from 36-59 percent five stars, I would still typically recommend it if your interest level is there. Just read the four-star-and-less reviews to find out why the reviewers didn't give five stars before making a final determination.