* Muggle: The author has no idea where their plot went, what their characters are doing, and doesn’t seem to be self-aware enough to care.
* Squib: The author tries– seems to have some concept of an idea, but just doesn’t manage to get it off the ground in the early planning stages, making the book a confusing and dull thing.
* Ron: The story has a few cool characters, some decent beginnings of a plot line, and could be cool. However, the author fails to seal the deal and you’re left going “Uggh, what a Ron,” and enjoying more of what you think the author could have done with it than enjoying the actual book.
* Harry: A good book. Interesting story, a few twists and turns, and a nice feeling of satisfaction after you finish. You maybe don’t read it again, but you liked it and would recommend it to a friend.
* Hermione: Not only beautifully done but just damned beautiful and fantastic and a lot of other awesome praise for plot, characters and diction. A story that makes you understand why you read books.