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- All Readers A book search engine
- BookBrowse.com Bookbrowse carefully selects from the most interesting current books and provides you with multiple reviews and a substantial excerpt of each. (SR)
- Book Lamp a system for matching readers to books through an analysis of writing styles, similar to the way that Pandora.com matches music lovers to new music. (WILT)
- BookLetters Main Page
- Book Lust Forever Nancy Pearl's book review blog
- Bestseller and Awards Lists From BookLetters
- The Booklist Center The Web's Largest Selection of Booklists. (LII)
- Book Seer type in a book you like to get suggestions for more books.
- Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh: Book Lists Collection of adult fiction and nonfiction annotated reading lists with themes such as travel fiction, chick lit, gay and lesbian fiction, baseball, Christian fiction, the U.S. Civil War, science fiction and fantasy, culinary mysteries, bread baking, and home repair. From the staff of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. (LII)
- Completely Novel The community for everyone who loves books
- Fiction Finder DB free access to over 50,000 author book lists and 200,000 unique titles. In addition FictionDB provides series lists, synopses and pseudonyms - all in a simple, easy-to-use format. (LIS)
- Fiction Finder Search by place, character, categories, etc. From OCLC. (LIB)
- Good Reads a social networking site dedicated to book lovers everywhere. Here you can post up books you've read or are planning to read on your virtual book shelves and get book suggestions based on what others have reviewed. (DS)
- Gnooks offers several literature-related things, as well as a forum, and a book recommender, called Gnod's Suggestions. (LII)
- Great Michigan Read
- IRead Wiki, Iowa librarians' Readers' Advisory wiki (SL)
- Kent District Library's Books and Reading Page book lists, staff recommendations, what to read next, etc.
- A Little North of Here a serialized ebook that takes place a little north of Grand Rapids Michigan.
- Lost Titles, Forgotten Rhymes: How to Find a Novel, Short Story, or Poem Without Knowing its Title or Author What if you wanted to locate Robert Burton's masterful 17th century opus, The Anatomy of Melancholy? But wait: You can't remember his name or the name of the book. That's where you should know to click on over to this delightful and helpful reference guide created by Peter Armenti, Digital Reference Specialist at the Library of Congress. The intent of this guide is to help readers identify a literary work when they know only its plot or subject, or other textual information such as a character's name, a line of poetry, or a unique word or phrase. The guide is divided into three separate sections: Finding Novels, Finding Short Stories, and Finding Poems. Each section offers a host of resources that include general search engines, online book databases, library catalogs, listservs, message boards, and physical print resources available in many public libraries. This guide is rounded out by a selection of related resources, including a primer on how to find poems in the Library of Congress. (SR)
- The Millions Presents 10 book titles that have been reviewed at The Millions Blog, click on a title to read a review or click refresh to see 10 more books.
- Overbooked a website for ravenous and omnivorous readers.
- Reader's Almanac From Library of America, offers a daily update, complete with links to special stories recently featured in their critical print editions, along with video features, interviews, and rare items of interest. (SR)
- Reading the Past A blog for historical novels
- Series and Sequels database provided by the Los Angeles Public Library. (LIB)
- Shelfrenewal this blog highlights books that may be overlooked because they are older.
- UC Berkeley Summer Reading List themed reading lists aimed at college students. (LII)
- What's Next? search for the next book in a series of adult fiction. From Kent District Library.
- What Should I Read Next Enter a book you like and the site will analyse our database of real readers' favourite books (over 32,000 and growing) to suggest what you could read next. (DS)
- Whichbook.net Wondering what to read next? This site may help by narrowing down what you are looking for in a book. (LG)
- Your Next Read suggests books based on what you have already read.