The 11 Best Sites for Finding What Books to Read NextCreate a wishlist using Readgeek and order from your favorite online shop. Enjoy reading! Suzanne Collins. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Stieg Larsson. One Hundred Years of Solitude.
10 Websites to Help You Find Your New Favorite Book
Finding a book to follow up your new favorite read can be a struggle. How can your heart ever make room for more characters outside of Narnia? Well, reading books that are similar to the ones you love definitely helps. Goodreads is also immensely helpful in generating suggestions. After signing up, you can create personal bookshelves and then view recommendations in response to what you place on each bookshelf. There are just too many good books.
Let's say you just reread To Kill A Mockingbird, the Harper Lee novel you barely even skimmed in 9th grade English, and you're feeling the feelings. You want to read some of Lee's other work, but oh no! Aside from a few articles here and there, Mockingbird was her only published work. Don't worry — there are plenty of websites that can tell you who or what to read, based on your favorite authors and genres. Here are 10 of the best. Looking for a new hookup and a new novel?
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